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Ever Feel Violated from a Burglary ? Help Crime Stoppers and TPS Catch a Criminal

Crime Stoppers and the Timmins Police Service need the help of the public to identify a suspect that broke into a residence in the south, central area of the city of Timmins.

NDP MPP Sarah Campbell ’s bill would protect Ontarians from unscrupulous electricity retailers

QUEEN’S PARK – Today in the legislature, MPPs debated New Democrat Sarah Campbell ’s Private Member’s Bill, the ‘Energy Consumer Protection Amendment Act,’ which would ban fixed-rate electricity contracts for residential customers, but would not affe

70% of Canadian children are concerned about crime and violence, Small Voices, Big Dreams survey say

Small Voices, Big Dreams Small Voices, Big Dreams is an international survey released today of almost 6,500 children, including 400 Canadian participants. Christian Children’s Fund of Canada led the Canadian survey component.

South Porcupine OPP Charge Suspended Driver

(SOUTH PORCUPINE) – An officer with the South Porcupine Ontario Provincial Police has charged a Timmins man with Driving Under Suspension stemming from a routine traffic stop on November 18 th , 2013.

Montana's Cookhouse and TADH Foundation Teamed Up For " DIning for a Cause "

Montana's Cookhouse, Rose Boulianne-Roy and her team answered the challenge during the TADH Foundation's "Dining for a Cause" with a cheque presentation of $720 to Patricia Gaudreau, Assistant Executive Director at Timmins & District Hospital Fou

Hydro Corridor Cash Grab Threatens Community Access to Snowmobile Trails : NDP

QUEEN’S PARK – Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha says an Ontario Hydro plan to force snowmobile clubs to pay for access to hydro corridors is a cash grab that threatens the existence of community not-for-profit clubs across the province.

Liberal mismanagement threatens to extinguish Ring of Fire

QUEEN'S PARK - NDP Northern Development and Mines Critic Michael Mantha says years of Liberal mismanagement of Northern resources are to blame for tonight's announcement that Cliffs Natural Resources will be indefinitely suspending operations in the

PhotoVoice: See what they see!

The Timmins Youth Organization (Y.O.), in partnership with the Porcupine Health Unit, is hosting a PhotoVoice exhibit. “Photovoice” is any creative form that tells a story prompted by photographs or that uses photography as a medium for a story.

CPR Makes You Undead! Over 100 People Show Up for CPR Training

Over 100 people have the knowledge to potentially save a live after the training they received from the Heart and Stroke Foundation at the Timmins Native Friendship Centre last Saturday.

OPP Thanking Motorists Ahead of Festive R.I.D.E. Campaign But Not Letting Their Guard Down

The Ontario Provincial Police ( OPP ) is taking the rare step of thanking Ontario drivers ahead of their 2013 Festive R.I.D.E.