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Northern automobile dealers help purchase equipment for kids

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION ************************* Proceeds from Association’s 68th Annual Curling Bonspiel to Purchase Equipment for Kids Timmins, ON – Representatives from the Timmins & District Hospital

Holy Name Society Sausage Fundraiser celebrates 50 years

This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Timmins Holy Name Society’s Sacred Heart Chapter’s Sausage Fundraiser weekend.

7.9 magnitude earthquake strikes Nepal

A 7.9 magnitude earthquake centred at Lalitpur on the outskirts of Kathmandu in the Hilalayas has left more than 1,000 people dead and the death toll is climbing, reports theguardian.

Elementary school teachers in legal strike position

NEWS RELEASE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS FEDERATION OF ONTARIO ************************* Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO), the union that represents the province’s public elementary teachers and occasional teachers, has received

English Catholic teachers strongly support strike mandate

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO ENGLISH CATHOLIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ************************* TORONTO - Results have been tallied in a province-wide strike vote held April 23-24, 2015, and members of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (O

Police seize $71,000 in drugs (photo)

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE ************************* Police seize 5000 methamphetamine tablets, 21 cannabis-marijuana plants, and other drugs On April 15, 2015, a traffic stop was conducted by Timmins Police officers on a vehicle traveling i

Bush roads. Bush roads everywhere

NEWS RELEASE MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND FORESTRY ************************* Ontario is investing in forest roads which connect industry to Ontario's natural resources, supporting local communities by growing the economy and creating jobs in

How to keep your kids out of the emergency department

NEWS RELEASE PORCUPINE HEALTH UNIT ************************* Following safe cycling practices, such as wearing a helmet and having a properly adjusted bike, mean your kids can be safe on the road within your community.

Charlie: No mention of Northern Ontario or FedNor in budget

NEWS RELEASE CHARLIE ANGUS, TIMMINS-JAMES BAY MP ************************* Canadians wanted a budget from Ottawa that is focused on their priorities and the needs of the middle class – not just the wealthiest few.

Kashechewan evacuation begins

NEWS RELEASE TOWN OF KAPUSKASING ************************* The community of Kashechewan has declared an emergency due to a high risk of flooding on the Albany River.