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Timmins Police to enforce COVID-19 restrictions

Timmins Police to enforce COVID-19 restrictions

'It should be noted that compliance among the business community in Timmins in regards to COVID-19 restrictions has been stellar so far and we have no reason to believe that this will not continue'
Ontario stay-at-home order in effect but police can't randomly stop people

Ontario stay-at-home order in effect but police can't randomly stop people

Government spokesperson says the order does not give police the power to enter homes or stop vehicles solely to check if measures are being followed
Looking to get outside? Here's what you need to know locally for the stay-at-home order

Looking to get outside? Here's what you need to know locally for the stay-at-home order

Masks are now recommended outdoors if physical distancing isn't possible
Modifying your snowmobile exhaust mean a $110 fine: Timmins Police

Modifying your snowmobile exhaust mean a $110 fine: Timmins Police

Aftermarket modifications are in direct conflict with the specific section of the MSVA that applies to mufflers, police remind
Timmins sees slight increase in gas tax cash

Timmins sees slight increase in gas tax cash

It's receiving $668K for 2020-21
Province issues emergency alert about stay-at-home order

Province issues emergency alert about stay-at-home order

It went into effect Thursday morning
Ontario reports 3,326 new COVID cases today

Ontario reports 3,326 new COVID cases today

The province also reported 62 deaths and 152 new hospitalizations in its latest update
The ‘infodemic’ is not helping people truly understand COVID and vaccines, panel says

The ‘infodemic’ is not helping people truly understand COVID and vaccines, panel says

Science communicators discuss the issue of misinformation on social media
Good morning, Timmins!

Good morning, Timmins!

Every day is a fresh beginning
<b>CANADA:</b> COVID-19 shows the cracks in public education, expert says

CANADA: COVID-19 shows the cracks in public education, expert says

The solution to better education in Canada isn’t a national department, politicial studies prof says