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Ouch! Hungry muskie takes bite of Sudbury boy's foot (photos)

SUDBURY - Just when you thought it was safe to dip your foot in the water. A local youth got up close and personal with a muskie last weekend on Trout Lake near Alban, and suffered some minor, but surprising injuries as a result on his foot.

Former mayor called to testify at police chief's sentencing

The sentencing hearing for Timmins Police Chief John Gauthier got underway with lawyers from both sides wrangling over the seriousness of the transgression and Gauthier’s character. Gauthier pleaded guilty in March to disreputable conduct.

Barrie man charged with making and distributing child pornography

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* BARRIE, ON - Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) - Child Sexual Exploitation Unit have charged a Barrie man following a child sexual abuse investigation.

Police find missing Sudbury man's body. Search for wife continues

SUDBURY - The body of Boyd Lynds, 77, was found yesterday afternoon, Greater Sudbury Police announced Thursday, but the search continues for his wife, Gail Lynds, 73.

Police urge caution at this intersection

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE ************************* The Timmins Police Service is reminding both drivers and pedestrians to be vigilant when sharing the road.
Sinkhole opens, slows traffic on highway <b>(5 photos)</b>

Sinkhole opens, slows traffic on highway (5 photos)

Heavy rains in the Timmins area on Wednesday caused flooding in various parts of the city as well as contributing to a sinkhole on Highway 101 east. The sinkhole incident occurred in the early evening in South Porcupine.

Flooding possible as more rain expected

NEWS RELEASE MATTAGAMI REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY ************************* The Mattagami Region Conservation Authority would like to advise area residents that a large weather system with significant rain has recently passed though the Timmins ar

Alan likes it at 11

NEWS RELEASE FONOM ************************* KAPUSKASING - The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) is pleased with the recent introduction of election reform legislation that will see the number of ridings in the North remain at 11.

Art lovers assemble!

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS MUSEUM ************************* The Timmins Museum: NEC presents “Bright Earth” by the Porcupine Art Club from June 3 - July 5, 2015 in the Red Gallery.

Government makes it harder to get stuff we can't pronounce. Bees rejoice

NEWS RELEASE MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE ************************* Regulations to Reduce Neonicotinoids Effective July 1 2015 Starting July 1, 2015, Ontario will be the first jurisdiction in North America to protect bees and other