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OPP Resond to Numerous Single Vehicle Collisions

(SOUTH PORCUPINE) – The South Porcupine Ontario Provincial Police responded to a total of 4 collisions yesterday. All were single vehicle collisions that were attributed to road and weather conditions and thankfully none resulted in injuries.

Former Union President Charged After Theft from Union Account - Timmins

Timmins police have charged a Timmins man following an investigation into the theft of money from several accounts belonging to a local union.

CSEC security tear down activist banner at “spy palace”

Alarms triggered after comedians and youth peacefully mount banner and giant eyeballs at site OTTAWA—Today security guards at the construction site for the new $1.

Bill to Strengthen Consumer Protection Passes Final Vote

Ontario Supporting Stronger Rights for a Fair, Safe and Informed Marketplace Ontario is strengthening rights and providing more protection for consumers when it comes to door-to-door sales, debt settlement services, real estate transactions , and rea

NDP to Libs: Open the books on Cliffs documents

QUEEN’S PARK – In the wake of Cliffs Natural Resources’ decision to withdraw from the Ring of Fire, NDP Northern Development and Mines Critic Michael Mantha says the Liberal government should be upfront about agreements they had with Cliffs.

Inquest into the Death of Preston Biederman Announced

Dr. William J. Lucas, Deputy Chief Coroner for Inquests, today announced that an inquest will be held into the death of Preston Biederman. Mr.

The Hawkins-Gignac Act (Bill 77) Passes, Making Carbon Monoxide Alarms Mandatory in all Ontario Homes

Today the Ontario government has unanimously passed the Hawkins-Gignac Act into law, making carbon monoxide alarms mandatory in all Ontario homes with fuel-burning appliances or heating systems, fireplaces, or attached garages.

Ombudsman Clears Timmins City Council of Violating Municipal Act

The Ombudsman found that council for the City of Timmins did not violate the Municipal Act, 2001 when it held a closed meeting on June 17, 2013 to consider a complaint against a resident with respect to allegations of a zoning by-law infraction, as t

OPP Supports LGBTQ Communities

(ORILLIA, ON) – The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) recently released a ground-breaking document that aims to strengthen police relationships with people in gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) communities.

Horwath grills Wynne on Ring of Fire bungling

Queen’s Park - New Democratic Leader Andrea Horwath called on Premier Wynne to release her government’s agreements with Cliffs Natural Resources so Ontarians can see whether the Liberals lived up to their end of the agreement.