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Charlie does the math on Liberal tax cuts

Charlie does the math on Liberal tax cuts

The Prime Minister has a strange notion of what constitutes the struggling middle class, says Charlie
More bad holiday vibes in Kirkland Lake

More bad holiday vibes in Kirkland Lake

On December 6, 2015, members of the Kirkland Lake Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were conducting R.I.D.E. (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) on Government Road West in Kirkland Lake.
<b>Gifford Jones:</b> How to reverse pre-disease

Gifford Jones: How to reverse pre-disease

If a doctor says, “Your blood sugar is borderline for diabetes” or “your bones are getting fragile”, he’s giving you a pre-disease warning
Council bows to neighbourhood concerns, denies preschool expansion

Council bows to neighbourhood concerns, denies preschool expansion

Teacher wanted to expand her program from five to eight students. Council says it will cause headaches for neighbours.
Time has come to listen, learn and take strong actions

Time has come to listen, learn and take strong actions

The following Statement was issued today by David Zimmer, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Tracy MacCharles, Minister Responsible for Women's Issues, and Madeleine Meilleur, Attorney General, on the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls:
Hospital receives $75,000 Christmas gift from the auxiliary

Hospital receives $75,000 Christmas gift from the auxiliary

Christmas came a little early for Timmins and District Hospital today as the Hospital Auxiliary presented it with a $75,000 cheque.
Crime of the week <b>(2 photos)</b>

Crime of the week (2 photos)

The Timmins Police Service and Crime Stoppers are again looking to the community for help.
Holiday season off to a really bad start for these two guys

Holiday season off to a really bad start for these two guys

The beginning of the holiday season saw impaired driving charges laid against two Timmins residents, along with a suspension being issued during a RIDE program.
Christmas will be brighter for as many as 15 families thanks to corporate donor

Christmas will be brighter for as many as 15 families thanks to corporate donor

Hint: It was a gold mining company
Search on Government Road West ends in drug charges

Search on Government Road West ends in drug charges

Members of the Ontario Provincial Police Kirkland Lake Detachment along with assistance of the North East Region Canine Unit and the Kirkland Lake Crime Unit have charged a man with drug offences.