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BC Local News
Funny man brings levity to Vernonwith an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
with an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve been worried about B.C.,” said Edwards, a Timmins, Ont. product. “Let’s see if I can bring some levity to the group.” Edwards, in Vernon for the third time, said he... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Funny man brings levity to Vernonwith an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 7 hours ago
with an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve been worried about B.C.,” said Edwards, a Timmins, Ont. product. “Let’s see if I can bring some levity to the group.” Edwards, in Vernon for the third time, said he... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Funny man brings levity to Vernonwith an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 7 hours ago
with an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve been worried about B.C.,” said Edwards, a Timmins, Ont. product. “Let’s see if I can bring some levity to the group.” Edwards, in Vernon for the third time, said he... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury to get 16 more hospital bedswards. Sixteen of those beds will be opened at Health Sciences North. Hospita
The Sudbury Star / Posted 7 hours ago
wards. Sixteen of those beds will be opened at Health Sciences North. Hospitals in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins will get each new beds each. The North East Local Health Integration Network - which takes in Sudbury, North Bay,... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Funny man brings levity to Vernonwith an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 9 hours ago
with an Oct. 28 stop at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. “We’ve been worried about B.C.,” said Edwards, a Timmins, Ont. product. “Let’s see if I can bring some levity to the group.” Edwards, in Vernon for the third time, said he... Read more
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Perth Now
Queensland court listRELATIONS COMMISSION: Monday 23 October 2017. Deputy President Swan, Hearing Ro
Perth Now / Posted 19 hours ago
RELATIONS COMMISSION: Monday 23 October 2017. Deputy President Swan, Hearing Room 13.01, 10:00 AM: TD/2017/41 (Hearing) Timmins, Gregory Joseph v State of Queensland (Department of Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Corrective Services).... Read more
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Timmins Times
City sees upswing in building developmentThe value of building construction in Timmins is on the rise, according to Mayo
Timmins Times / Posted 23 hours ago
The value of building construction in Timmins is on the rise, according to Mayor Steve Black, who spoke about the improvement during his state-of-the-city speech on Wednesday. It is a turnaround from the previous two years, when the value of... Read more
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Timmins Times
Science Timmins not just for kidsare children who have questions ranging from what snakes eat to how they poop.
Timmins Times / Posted 23 hours ago
are children who have questions ranging from what snakes eat to how they poop. Charbonneau is a facilitator at Science Timmins and is hosting a demonstration of some of their live exhibits which include geckos and an African bull... Read more
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The Sault Star
Midget Hounds win a pairscoring twice and setting up another in defeat. Raf Praysner had the other Soo
The Sault Star / Posted 23 hours ago
scoring twice and setting up another in defeat. Raf Praysner had the other Soo goal. On Saturday, the Hounds beat the Timmins Majors 4-3 as Rebek scored three times and Praysner contributed a goal and two assists. Caden King added three... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Care group celebrates 'fantastic success' with fourth annual awardsannual awards to recognise and reward special achievements by staff. Townfield
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
annual awards to recognise and reward special achievements by staff. Townfield Care, run by brothers Michael and John Timmins, handed out awards at its ceremony at Great Harwood Golf Club last week. The group runs Townfield & Coach House, a... Read more
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The Sault Star
Fowler's first two pace Houndsput the Soo ahead to stay three minutes later. He didn't have to wait long for
The Sault Star / Posted 2 days ago
put the Soo ahead to stay three minutes later. He didn't have to wait long for his second OHL marker, redirecting a Conor Timmins drive past Peccia at 11:49. "Those are obviously mistakes we want to cut out,” centre Hayden Verbeek said of the... Read more
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Timmins Times
Hollinger remediation costs continue to riseThe remediation plan for the Hollinger Park in Timmins could possibly cost the
Timmins Times / Posted 3 days ago
The remediation plan for the Hollinger Park in Timmins could possibly cost the city an additional $155,000 to ensure the south field is ready for Stars and Thunder 2018. City council will be advised on Tuesday that Phase-2 of the remediation plan... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Timmins miner reaches 'golden' milestoneIn a ritual that has been performed thousands of times before in Timmins, a bra
The Sudbury Star / Posted 3 days ago
In a ritual that has been performed thousands of times before in Timmins, a brand new gold bar was poured Thursday morning. The shiny ingot, weighing around 55 pounds, was valued at roughly $1.2 million. For a handful of people in Timmins it might... Read more
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Timmins Times
Lions turn dial to host Fowler radiothonwas the combination of these aggravating factors that spurred the Schumacher Li
Timmins Times / Posted 3 days ago
was the combination of these aggravating factors that spurred the Schumacher Lions to partner this year with Moose FM. The Timmins station will be hosting a day-long radiothon this year in support of the Stan Fowler Christmas Fund, airing Saturday,... Read more
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Timmins Times
TSO concert a homecoming for guest musicianThe leaves are changing colour and there is a chill in the air which means anot
Timmins Times / Posted 3 days ago
The leaves are changing colour and there is a chill in the air which means another season of wonderful music by the Timmins Symphony Orchestra and Chorus is just around the corner. Fittingly, the TSO’s next performance is entitled Fall Fare. It... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
OWERADE Challenge to put Aucklanders through their pacestimes to help them improve and move further up the leader board, and keep a kee
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
times to help them improve and move further up the leader board, and keep a keen eye on their mates’ times as well.Jodie Timmins, POWERADE Brand Manager says: “The POWERADE Challenge is hugely popular in Auckland and we’ve really seen the... Read more
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The Sault Star
Bannister has message for his team: 'Shoot'would care to hear. If the newcomer is cleared to play, Bannister said on Thur
The Sault Star / Posted 4 days ago
would care to hear. If the newcomer is cleared to play, Bannister said on Thursday that he's “100 per cent sure he'll be in the lineup.” Asked which Greyhounds defenceman Sandin would be paired with, Bannister said: “Probably Cono... Read more
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Timmins Times
One millionth ounce of gold pouredIn a ritual that has been performed thousands of times before in Timmins, a bra
Timmins Times / Posted 4 days ago
In a ritual that has been performed thousands of times before in Timmins, a brand new gold bar was poured Thursday morning. The shiny ingot, weighing around 55 pounds, was valued at roughly $1.2-million. For a handful of people in Timmins it might be... Read more
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Timmins Times
Mayor drops teaser about S&T headlineralready, the possibilities have people throughout the city guessing and specula
Timmins Times / Posted 4 days ago
already, the possibilities have people throughout the city guessing and speculating who the top performers might be. Timmins Mayor Steve Black added some fuel to the fire Wednesday afternoon when he revealed the headliner act is a... Read more
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Timmins Times
Residents concerned about bear problemand they're very big and unpredictable,” said Deacon. Deacon said the bears ma
Timmins Times / Posted 4 days ago
and they're very big and unpredictable,” said Deacon. Deacon said the bears make her nervous, and she'll often call the Timmins Police Service (TPS). “(They) just check the area and then talk to me and leave, nothing that makes me feel safe... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
South Porcupine residents worry about bearsand they're very big and unpredictable,” said Deacon. Deacon said the bears ma
The Sudbury Star / Posted 4 days ago
and they're very big and unpredictable,” said Deacon. Deacon said the bears make her nervous, and she'll often call the Timmins Police Service (TPS). “(They) just check the area and then talk to me and leave, nothing that makes me feel safe... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Timmins patients staying, not travelling for careTIMMINS - Many surgical patients are choosing to stay in Timmins and wait longe
The Sudbury Star / Posted 4 days ago
TIMMINS - Many surgical patients are choosing to stay in Timmins and wait longer, rather than have surgery elsewhere. That's according to Tiina Guillemette, decision support analyst at the Timmins and District Hospital. “We went through a process... Read more
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The Sault Star
Hounds fall to hard-working Wolvesthey don't want to score,” he said. “They're trying to be too cute.” "We got o
The Sault Star / Posted 4 days ago
they don't want to score,” he said. “They're trying to be too cute.” "We got off to a slow start and it killed us,” said Timmins. “I think we just didn't play 60 minutes.” Asked how many minutes he believed he and his teammates did play, Timmins... Read more
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The Sault Star
Sandin excited to join Greyhoundsmake his OHL debut on Friday at Essar Centre against the Kingston Frontenacs.
The Sault Star / Posted 5 days ago
make his OHL debut on Friday at Essar Centre against the Kingston Frontenacs. Meantime, Hounds stars Boris Katchouk, Conor Timmins Matt Villalta and Morgan Frost have been named to OHL rosters for the 2017 CIBC Canada-Russia Series. Katchouk and... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Red Devils roundupbest efforts in the Devils net. At the Ottawa Showcase, wins came against Nort
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 5 days ago
best efforts in the Devils net. At the Ottawa Showcase, wins came against North York, 3-0; Ottawa Junior Sens, 3-0; and Timmins, 3-2. The lone loss came against Rockland, 4-1. Matt Cawker and Braydan Forestell each had three goals on the... Read more
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Timmins Times
Steve Black gives pre-election speechIf you don’t take some risk, you’ll never get anything done. That was part of t
Timmins Times / Posted 5 days ago
If you don’t take some risk, you’ll never get anything done. That was part of the message from Timmins Mayor Steve Black Wednesday as he stood up to the harshest criticisms of any mayor in recent history over some of the controversial decisions made... Read more
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Timmins Times
Gunshot victim recoveringThe Timmins Police Service remains tight-lipped about the details concerning a
Timmins Times / Posted 5 days ago
The Timmins Police Service remains tight-lipped about the details concerning a shooting that occurred Friday night near Mountjoy Street North and Sixth Avenue. Kate Cantin, corporate communications officer for the TPS, said the victim is recovering... Read more
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Timmins Times
Campaign for return of Northlander gathering steamresistance from politicians, including MP Charlie Angus, MPP Gilles Bisson and
Timmins Times / Posted 5 days ago
resistance from politicians, including MP Charlie Angus, MPP Gilles Bisson and northern representatives like then-mayor of Timmins Tom Laughren. “The political decisions being made by this government make me feel as if we are being punished here... Read more
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Timmins Times
Hail to the new chiefMaybe the second day on the job wasn’t the best time to drop in at the top floo
Timmins Times / Posted 5 days ago
Maybe the second day on the job wasn’t the best time to drop in at the top floor of the Timmins fire hall on Cedar Street, to meet newly appointed fire chief Normand Beauchamp. Beauchamp was sitting at a conference table in Chief Mike Pintar’s... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Timmins shooting victim recovering in SudburyThe Timmins Police Service remains tight-lipped about the details concerning a
The Sudbury Star / Posted 5 days ago
The Timmins Police Service remains tight-lipped about the details concerning a shooting that occurred Friday night near Mountjoy Street North and Sixth Avenue. Kate Cantin, corporate communications officer for the TPS, said the victim is recovering... Read more
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Timmins Times
Bouvier dedicated to giving back to the communityof this, we have growing numbers of people who are suffering due to the upheava
Timmins Times / Posted 6 days ago
of this, we have growing numbers of people who are suffering due to the upheaval in the economy." Bouvier died Friday at Timmins and District Hospital after a short battle with cancer. He was 74. When he took over as president of the South... Read more
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Timmins Times
Sewage overflow in lake exceeded limitsof Porcupine Lake reveals that the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Clim
Timmins Times / Posted 6 days ago
of Porcupine Lake reveals that the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) is giving the City of Timmins additional time to work on a solution to stop sewage overflows from running into the lake. The city is in the... Read more
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Timmins Times
Accused woman in Elm Street stabbing pleads guiltyA 37-year-old Timmins woman has admitted to a stabbing that put a man in hospit
Timmins Times / Posted 6 days ago
A 37-year-old Timmins woman has admitted to a stabbing that put a man in hospital with life-threatening injuries. The 43-year-old victim survived the attack. Cindy Nicole Labelle, who police charged with attempted murder, pleaded guilty in the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Timmins woman admits to stabbingTIMMINS - A 37-year-old Timmins woman has admitted to a stabbing that put a man
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 days ago
TIMMINS - A 37-year-old Timmins woman has admitted to a stabbing that put a man in hospital with life-threatening injuries. The 43-year-old victim survived the attack. Cindy Nicole Labelle, who police charged with attempted murder, pleaded guilty in... Read more
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Timmins Times
Updated: College faculty strike starts MondayCollège Boréal are empty Monday as faculty take to the picket lines. Clint She
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
Collège Boréal are empty Monday as faculty take to the picket lines. Clint Sheehan teaches health sciences at Northern's Timmins campus and was among the picketers on Highway 101. “It's a shame the students are getting caught in the middle,”... Read more
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Timmins Times
Matheson unveils its very own cenotaphthe country. They didn't occupy, they liberated and went back to their home cou
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
the country. They didn't occupy, they liberated and went back to their home country,” he said. Charlie Angus, MP for Timmins-James Bay, highlighted that cenotaphs don't glorify war. “They don't show weapons,” he said. “They're simple designs... Read more
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Timmins Times
TPS moves for unrestricted # of accessible taxisThe Timmins Police Services Board has approved a series of amendments to the ta
Timmins Times / Posted 7 days ago
The Timmins Police Services Board has approved a series of amendments to the taxi bylaw that includes allowing for an unrestricted number of accessible taxicabs licences. The draft bylaw was approved this week and will be forwarded to Timmins city... Read more
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The Sault Star
Ontario colleges go on strikeCollege, Sarnia Loyalist College, Belleville Mohawk College, Hamilton Niagar
The Sault Star / Posted 7 days ago
College, Sarnia Loyalist College, Belleville Mohawk College, Hamilton Niagara College, Welland Northern College, Timmins St. Clair College, Windsor St. Lawrence College, Kingston Sault College, Sault Ste. Marie Seneca College,... Read more
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Timmins Times
Serious injuries for man after shootingAvenue, took place sometime between 11 p.m. Friday night and 1 a.m. Saturday.
Timmins Times / Posted 8 days ago
Avenue, took place sometime between 11 p.m. Friday night and 1 a.m. Saturday. The Criminal Investigation Section of the Timmins Police Service is currently investigating. The scene was processed by members of the Forensic Identification Unit,... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
49 First Nations investing in medical potTIMMINS - Nearly 50 First Nations communities – including at least two in the T
The Sudbury Star / Posted 9 days ago
TIMMINS - Nearly 50 First Nations communities – including at least two in the Timmins area – are investing in medical marijuana. Matachewan and Wahgoshig First Nations are among the shareholders in DelShen Therapeutics, which is a licensed medical... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Timmins city councillor facing new chargeTIMMINS - Timmins city councillor Rick Dubeau is facing an additional charge in
The Sudbury Star / Posted 9 days ago
TIMMINS - Timmins city councillor Rick Dubeau is facing an additional charge in connection with an incident at a local business earlier this year. Timmins Police Service revealed today that Dubeau, 54, is charged with Breach of Trust by a Public... Read more
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The Sault Star
Give math strategy time: Hunterofficials participating in panel discussions with delegates. The conference is
The Sault Star / Posted 10 days ago
officials participating in panel discussions with delegates. The conference is attended by about two dozen senior board staff and trustees from several Northern Ontario communities including Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay, Kenora, Timmins and Sud... Read more
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Timmins Times
Job cuts planned at Timmins city hallTimmins is preparing to set up a customer service call centre and office for re
Timmins Times / Posted 10 days ago
Timmins is preparing to set up a customer service call centre and office for residents who need a one-stop-shopping approach for dealing with the city. This will mean jobs cut at city hall, but the new approach promises that city residents will get... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
OFSAA tested at Kitchissippi Ridge Invitationalcross-country championships. The Kitchissippi Ridge Invitational hosted 924 sp
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 10 days ago
cross-country championships. The Kitchissippi Ridge Invitational hosted 924 sprinters from high schools as far away as Timmins and Toronto. The 2017 OFSAA cross country championships will be held on Saturday, Nov. 4. “Petawawa and Renfrew... Read more
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Timmins Times
Council asked to contribute $200Gs to Living Spacebeen asked to donate $200,000 in support of the creation of Living Space, a new
Timmins Times / Posted 10 days ago
been asked to donate $200,000 in support of the creation of Living Space, a new initiative aimed at helping the homeless in Timmins. The idea was put forward at this week’s council meeting by representatives of the Canadian Mental Health... Read more
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Timmins Times
1.78% hike in tabled police budgetTimmins Police Service will be submitting a $15.9 million proposed net budget t
Timmins Times / Posted 10 days ago
Timmins Police Service will be submitting a $15.9 million proposed net budget to city hall for approval. It represents an increase of roughly 1.78% over the 2017 budget. The percentage number was revealed at the Timmins Police Services Board meeting... Read more
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Timmins Times
Councillor Rick Dubeau facing a new chargeTIMMINS - Timmins city councillor Rick Dubeau is facing an additional charge in
Timmins Times / Posted 11 days ago
TIMMINS - Timmins city councillor Rick Dubeau is facing an additional charge in connection with an incident at a local business earlier this year. Timmins Police Service revealed today that Dubeau, 54, is charged with Breach of Trust by a Public... Read more
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Timmins Times
OVER THE HILL by Diane ArmstrongPoodle, would the resulting offspring be called Poopoos? Our current master-of
Timmins Times / Posted 11 days ago
Poodle, would the resulting offspring be called Poopoos? Our current master-of-the-house, Miss Daisy, came from the Timmins Humane Society. She arrived with a lot of fears and mental baggage. This was quite understandable, for we were her... Read more
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Timmins Times
City looks at use of cameras for policing trafficTimmins is looking into the idea of collecting fresh data on traffic safety pat
Timmins Times / Posted 11 days ago
Timmins is looking into the idea of collecting fresh data on traffic safety patterns in Timmins. It could be the forerunner to a pilot project that will see automated traffic enforcement, something like a high-tech cousin of photo radar. Council... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Miner's powder target of $1-million studyhas 400 case files of miners exposed to McIntyre Powder. At least half of those
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 days ago
has 400 case files of miners exposed to McIntyre Powder. At least half of those former miners, she added, were employed in Timmins. May others are from Sudbury and other communities in northeaster Ontario. Another 195 workers have reported health... Read more
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