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City working on remedy after speed limit signs moved in error

City working on remedy after speed limit signs moved in error

Police say no tickets were handed out during its speed enforcement in the area
$27.9-million contract for Algonquin roadwork moving ahead

$27.9-million contract for Algonquin roadwork moving ahead

Councillor raises concerns about locking into three-year project, amount of longterm debt the city's incurring
Health unit 'exploring' how to share local COVID wastewater data

Health unit 'exploring' how to share local COVID wastewater data

The information's been collected locally since July 2021, few regions in the north are publicly reporting the data that's an early indicator of the virus' activity in a community
Public meetings for Hoyle bridge expected in May

Public meetings for Hoyle bridge expected in May

Engineering company has been assessing area, working on costing for different options
'You have to fight, it’s your life': Timmins woman shares her transplant story

'You have to fight, it’s your life': Timmins woman shares her transplant story

'I just turned 60 years old Oct. 7 and right now I feel like I’m 45 years old'
Adrian Sutherland earns first-ever Juno nomination

Adrian Sutherland earns first-ever Juno nomination

The Attawapiskat musician received the nod for Contemporary Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year
Large turnout for vigil in support of Ukraine <b> (5 photos) </b>

Large turnout for vigil in support of Ukraine (5 photos)

Residents braved the cold for a candlelight vigil
Yes, those were RCAF helicopters spotted over Timmins last week

Yes, those were RCAF helicopters spotted over Timmins last week

The Chinook helicopters were on their way to Alaska
45-foot snowman attracting attention in Timmins

45-foot snowman attracting attention in Timmins

Michel Campeau has reached new heights with this year's creation that people are invited to stop by to see and snap a photo with
Mayor 'reasonably confident' population will rebound

Mayor 'reasonably confident' population will rebound

The city's population dropped 1.5 per cent in the 2021 census, Pirie says there's 'a lot of irons in the fire that will see us well past this portion of our history'