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UPDATE - POLICE DISMANTLES INTER-PROVINCIAL CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION Nine Charged with Drug and Criminal Organization Offences (OTTAWA, ON) – Since the arrests made on October 16, 2013 two additional arrests have been made.

Would YOU Stop a Rape? Watch and See Who Might Not ...

On the ABC segment, " What Would You do ", two actors stage a scene where a woman is visibly intoxicated and a man is trying to drag her away to rape her in his hotel room. ( There is a difference between sex and rape).

Bringing Education from Great to Excellent - Part 2

Ontario’s publicly funded education system is recognized as one of the best in the world. Now it’s time to build on that success and update our vision , aspirations and goals not just for the system, but for our students.

MADD Timmins Vigil - You Will Never Walk Alone

http://storify.com/TheTimminsToday/madd-timmins-vigil-you-will-never-walk-alone [caption id="attachment_20318" align="aligncenter" width="448"] MADD Timmins at the Dante Club. Items can be seen for the silent auction.[/caption]

FONOM and Nishnawbe Aski Nation Discuss the Future of First Nation Education

The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) met with representatives of Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) on October 29, 2013 in Timmins to gain a better understanding of the position of NAN First Nations with respect to Governance and Educat

Ouellette & PC Caucus Vote Against Wasting Taxpayer Dollars on Another Committee to Study Nuisance Bears

QUEEN’S PARK – Jerry Ouellette MPP for Oshawa and Natural Resources Critic for the Official Opposition voted against an NDP motion calling for another committee to deal with the problem of nuisance bears.

2013 Timmins Santa Claus Parade Awards

Timmins was the scene of another wonderful and successful parade. The weather cooperated, the crowds came out and the event was held without incident.

Angus Calls for National Strategy on Palliative and End of Life Care

OTTAWA – New Democrats will introduce legislation today to improve the quality of continuing care beyond the treatment of hospitals.

Flu Season Notice: Kids Need Flu Shot

Children Under Five at Higher Risk of Serious Illness from Influenza With the weather cooling off and a new flu season fast approaching, Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr.

Kidd Operations' 'Working Toward Sustainability' Conference and Training

Achieving Sustainability for Community-based Non-Profit Organizations (Social Enterprise focus) Presented in collaboration with Cochrane District Social Planning Council .