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Crime Stoppers and the Ministry of Natural Resources Need Your Help to Bring Wildlife Poachers to Justice

Between the 20 th and 21 st of September, 2013, about 21 kilometers south of South Porcupine, near Liberty Mine a senseless hunter killed a cow and calf moose using a high powered rifle directly on the roadway.

Ontarians Warned Not To Eat Certain Frozen Beef Burgers

Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Arlene King, is warning Ontarians not to consume certain frozen beef burger products produced by Belmont Meats because they may be contaminated with E Coli.

Letter to Editor – Liberal Finance Management is Enough to Make Stomach Turn

Since being elected to government 10 years ago in 2003 the Liberals have managed to almost double the provincial debt. It has increased from $138 billion in the 2003-2004 fiscal year to over $257 billion now.

Lord's Kitchen Week - Making the Difference in People's Lives

A proclamation was signed by Acting Mayor Mike Doody proclaming The Lord's Kitchen Week. This group have been a staple in our community for many years.

$1,100,000,000 Ontario Mistake ...OOPs!

WOW ... Even I have a hard time swallowing this story. It's a story of a lovely lady, who was bringing up a province called Ontario. One day her organization made a 1.1 billion dollar mistake. OOPS! We have the obligation to move on and I apologize.

Toronto Branch Canadian Mineral Processors Mineral Processing Scholarship 2013

This is an FYI for anyone wanting to get into this industry.

Grand Re-Opening & Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at Montana's Restaurant

[TIMMINS, ONTARIO] – Montana’s Cookhouse Timmins held a Grand Re-Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for its new owners Shawn Roy and Rose Boulianne-Roy of Montana’s followed by a week-long community celebration with prizes and draws.

OPP and MNR Working Together to Ensure Ethical and Safe Hunting This Fall

OPP officers will be working closely with the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Conservation Officers throughout the hunting season to ensure that hunter safety and ethical hunting practices are in the thoughts of all hunting enthusiasts.

OPP News Digest - Northern Ontario

IROQUOIS FALLS OPP LAY CRIMINAL HARASSMENT CHARGE (IRQOUOIS FALLS) – An officer with the Iroquois Falls OPP has charged a local resident with a Criminal Harassment, Breach of Probation and Prostitution related offences contrary to the Criminal Code o

September Real Estate Booms

Residential sales activity in the area served by the Timmins Real Estate Board came in well above year-ago levels in September 2013. Home sales numbered 122 units in September, a record for the month. This was up 13 per cent from last September.