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Co-ops in northern Ontario: Putting the 'unity' in community

Co-ops in northern Ontario: Putting the 'unity' in community

In this edition of Northern Policy, researchers highlight how co-operatives can help reduce food insecurity, provide affordable rural financial services and affordable funeral services
Timmins woman arrested for theft

Timmins woman arrested for theft

The Timmins Police Service has charged a local woman with theft-related offences stemming from an incident which occurred during the afternoon hours of Monday, Aug. 19 at a local convenience store
Beaver dam behind rising water on Porcupine Lake <b>(3 photos)</b>

Beaver dam behind rising water on Porcupine Lake (3 photos)

Work being done to remove beavers and the dam
Two firearms stolen in South Porcupine break and enter

Two firearms stolen in South Porcupine break and enter

Sometime between May 2019 and Aug. 9, 2019 someone was able to gain access to an apartment in South Porcupine and then the gun vault and steal two firearms, some ammunition and several scopes
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Cash is still waiting for his furever home

Adopt Me: Cash is still waiting for his furever home

He's had a few surgeries in his short life, one to remove an eye a few years ago and more recently to remove a mass from his bladder
School buses will soon be back on the road

School buses will soon be back on the road

Timmins Police Service is reminding motorists of their legal obligations when approaching or coming upon any school buses with their red lights flashing and their STOP arm activated
Timmins' Terry Fox Run reaches fundraising milestone

Timmins' Terry Fox Run reaches fundraising milestone

The walk is returning to Gillies Lake Sept. 15
Village Media joins Google, McClatchy as part of U.S. local news experiment

Village Media joins Google, McClatchy as part of U.S. local news experiment

Our super-fast platform is going to help bring a sustainable local news model to Youngstown, Ohio
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> What midwifery needs to further flourish in Canada

BEYOND LOCAL: What midwifery needs to further flourish in Canada

Demand for midwifery services across Canada is now much greater than midwives can currently provide
Funding aimed at connecting students with industry partners

Funding aimed at connecting students with industry partners

This year focused on the third-year welding technology students at the Kirkland Campus by providing materials, equipment, travel expenses, and wages for the research they are doing with their private partners