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All about our 'broken down' electricity grid

All about our 'broken down' electricity grid

Almost half of all outages provincewide happen in Northern Ontario
Need a summer job? Click here

Need a summer job? Click here

Groups or organizations in the Timmins-James Bay region are being asked to apply for the federal government's Canada Summer Jobs program.
<b>Gifford Jones:</b> Where are the dead bodies?

Gifford Jones: Where are the dead bodies?

I fear the media will never get it right about supplements
Police seek witnesses to serious pedestrian collision

Police seek witnesses to serious pedestrian collision

A collision occurred at approximately 12:30 a.m. the morning of December 2, 2015 at the intersection of Balsam Street North and Sixth Avenue.
Pilot project to improve local labour market information

Pilot project to improve local labour market information

Ontario Connecting Workers in Northeastern Ontario to Local Jobs
Freezing rain warning changes to freezing drizzle warning

Freezing rain warning changes to freezing drizzle warning

Freezing drizzle is being reported across much of northeastern Ontario this evening. The freezing rain warning that was in effect is being changed to a freezing drizzle advisory
Sultan Industrial Road closed between Highway 144 and 667

Sultan Industrial Road closed between Highway 144 and 667

South Porcupine Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police advise of the following Road Closure: Sultan Industrial Road
Lighting up the night

Lighting up the night

New initiatives are adding a colorful touch to the festive season in Timmins.
Woman dies when vehicle breaks through ice

Woman dies when vehicle breaks through ice

Shortly before 7:00 p.m. on November 30, 2015, officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Cochrane Detachment responded to the report of a single passenger vehicle that had broken through the ice
Immediate action needed to protect future mining investment

Immediate action needed to protect future mining investment

Provincial and federal governments must take bold steps to position Ontario’s mining sector for success in the future, according to a major report released today by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) and the Timmins Chamber of Commerce.