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Northern College Announces Senior Management Retirements

TIMMINS, ON: Three of Northern College ’s finest leaders are set to retire June 30, 2014. College Vice-Presidents Loran Charbonneau, Bob Mack and Peter MacLean will be leaving the college after providing over 90 years of combined service.

Take Two Theatre and Timmins and Area Women in Crisis Partner

Take Two Theatre has partnered with Timmins and Area Women in Crisis to promote services and bring to light the impact of abuse. The play is titled “Agnes of God”. This story speaks of abuse, religion, secrecy, choice and disclosure.

On UN day of Holocaust remembrance, Ban urges 'equality and dignity for all'

A story from (United Nations).

Ontario Power Generation Fined $75,000 For Failure to Comply With Law

WHITBY, ON - Ontario Power Generation has pleaded guilty to failing to follow notification procedures required under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and fined $75,000.

Romance Fraud Under Investigation

Members of the Kirkland Lake Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating a romance fraud incident. The complaint was received from a Kirkland Lake resident by police on January 23, 2014.

Police warn against taking unprescribed medication

The Timmins Police Service would like to remind residents about the dangers of individuals taking medication which has not been prescribed to them.

OFSAA Nordic Skiers Are Coming!

Timmins High and Vocational School and Porcupine Ski Runners (PSR) are in the final planning stages to host the 2014 OFSAA Nordic Championships. OFSAA Nordic is one of the largest OFSAA events.

‘ Buy Ontario ’ for major procurement should be the rule, not the exception: NDP

TIMMINS – NDP Transportation Critic Gilles Bisson called for a return to a ‘ Buy Ontario ’ policy in the wake of an announcement that GO Transit has awarded a $190-million order to Bombardier’s Thunder Bay facility.

BC Government Ordered to Pay 1.7 Million to Forestry Company - First Nation Blockade

This is a story from ( Written by Jennifer Brown ) showing a possible future regarding negotiations between companies and First Nations... interesting read. The link is at the bottom of the page where more stories can be found.

Thousands of Crashes Across the Province

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers across the Province have been kept busy responding to calls for service as a result of the latest storm that has blanketed the Province.