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Good morning, Timmins!

Good morning, Timmins!

A warm day is followed by some showers late int he evening and overnight
Chamber wants to show candidates 'a Timmins that works'

Chamber wants to show candidates 'a Timmins that works'

The strategy outlines the business community’s most pressing recommendations for building a strong economic future beyond the upcoming municipal election
Northern College looks beyond Timmins to increase enrolment

Northern College looks beyond Timmins to increase enrolment

Historically smaller population base, outmigration and lower post-secondary participation rates create challenges
New farm growing fresh greens year-round <b>(7 photos)</b>

New farm growing fresh greens year-round (7 photos)

Cutting-edge technology featured in hydroponic, vertical farm
Free transit running during Stars and Thunder

Free transit running during Stars and Thunder

First Student is also running free shuttles to the festival
Good morning, Timmins!

Good morning, Timmins!

It's going to be a warm finish to the work week
Cyclist taken to hospital after collision

Cyclist taken to hospital after collision

Timmins police are investigating and remind people of the need for cyclists to be aware of the importance of wearing a properly fitted helmet and to be particularly alert while approaching and entering intersections
Collège Boréal announced Awards of Excellence recipients

Collège Boréal announced Awards of Excellence recipients

Staff were honoured for their outstanding commitment to students and to our institutional values of excellence, humanism, inclusion, innovation and respect
Flag-raising, unity walk, other activities mark Indigenous Peoples Day <b>(9 photos)</b>

Flag-raising, unity walk, other activities mark Indigenous Peoples Day (9 photos)

Three Indigenous flags were raised for the first time at City Hall
'No excuse' for leaving pets in a hot vehicle, says SPCA

'No excuse' for leaving pets in a hot vehicle, says SPCA

Even a short time in a hot environment can be life-threatening