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Northerners Need Commitment - Not More Delay Tactics - Peter Politis

The lack of an appropriate Bear Management policy continues to escalate the frequency of dangerous encounters between Bears and Northerners.

Timmins High and Vocational School Students Constructing Sheds

Timmins High and Vocational School runs several construction programs that help students get involved with “real life” worksite challenges , and situations.

Early morning collision at Algonquin Blvd. E & Hwy 655

During the early morning hours of Friday, November 1, Timmins Police officers responded to a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Algonquin Blvd . E and Highway 655 involving two pick-up trucks.

Northern Ontario #OPP Report - One Collision and OPP Auxiliary "Are up to the Challenge?"

OPP INVESTIGATE COLLISION (IROQUOIS FALLS) – The Iroquois Falls Ontario Provincial Police is investigating a two vehicle collision which occurred on Main Street in the town of Iroquois Falls , on Thursday, October 31 st .

Timmins Comedy Festival - Friday Comedian Announcement! TGIF !

Robert Simoneau started his comedy career in 2006 during the Northern Ontario “Comedian Idol” competition. Although he did not win the crown, he fell in love with performing. Since that time, he has become part of the Sudbury comedy scene.

City of Timmins Parking By-law Clarification

Timmins, ON. On August 26th 2013, Mayor and Council approved changes to Parking By-Law 1973-196.

NDP bear management motion passes crucial vote despite PC opposition

QUEEN’S PARK – NDP Natural Resources Critic John Vanthof says the success of his motion calling for the creation of an all-party bear management committee is a victory for the North, where nuisance bears and bear attacks have become a growing problem

Timmins Police arrest two young offenders in relation to recent mischief

The Timmins Police Service has laid multiple mischief charges following several incidents of vandalism to local businesses. Police began their investigation following reports of “tagging” on several commercial buildings.

Crime Stoppers Catches Two Youths in Graffiti Damage

Timmins Crime Stoppers want to thank media and the city for their quick reaction on helping catch the people responsible for graffiti damage in the city.

Timmins to host Northern Leaders' Forum December 6th

Ontario is taking a co-ordinated, long-term approach to creating jobs and growing a stronger, more diverse northern economy.