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Timmins Times
Ski Runners get boost from GoldcorpThe acquisition of a specially designed lightweight groomer has already paid of
Timmins Times / Posted 2 days ago
The acquisition of a specially designed lightweight groomer has already paid off for the Porcupine Ski Runners — especially this season, with the early snowfall Timmins has had. “Because of the early snow, and the new machine, we’ve been skiing... Read more
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Timmins Times
Advance polling worries for Timmins electionlearning that there are no plans to have conventional paper ballots for advance
Timmins Times / Posted 3 days ago
learning that there are no plans to have conventional paper ballots for advance polling in the next municipal election in Timmins, city council has asked administration to see what options are available to change that. As things go now, the plan... Read more
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Timmins Times
Mac lease approved despite Facebook commentsDespite the outcry on Facebook in Timmins, which some city councillors condemne
Timmins Times / Posted 3 days ago
Despite the outcry on Facebook in Timmins, which some city councillors condemned this week, the city has given approval to Boogy’s Diner Inc. to run the McIntyre Coffee Shop restaurant and catering business for the next five years, with an option to... Read more
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Timmins Times
Outdoor rink almost ready in PorcupineThe outdoor rink is making a comeback in Porcupine. A committee of residents i
Timmins Times / Posted 6 days ago
The outdoor rink is making a comeback in Porcupine. A committee of residents is in the final stages of opening a rink behind the Pete Landers Ball Park on Falcon Street. The boards are from the now-closed Frank P. Krznaric Whitney Public... Read more
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Timmins Times
OVER THE HILL by Diane Armstrongto the arrival of Dr. MacDonald, the village was served by Dr. E.A.F. Day who l
Timmins Times / Posted 17 days ago
to the arrival of Dr. MacDonald, the village was served by Dr. E.A.F. Day who later moved his professional offices to Timmins. In 1927, Dr. Day presided over the Connaught Hospital where Miss Maude Yuill, R.N. was the matron. Fire in remote... Read more
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Timmins Times
Whitney sewage project under tight deadlineevent, which is the whole reason the project was created in the first place. T
Timmins Times / Posted 18 days ago
event, which is the whole reason the project was created in the first place. That was the news this week from City of Timmins public utilities manager Steve Kukulka in his report to city council on the progress of the controversial... Read more
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Timmins Times
First confirmed influenza case in PHU areaThe Porcupine Health Unit is reporting the first case of influenza A in the Coc
Timmins Times / Posted 18 days ago
The Porcupine Health Unit is reporting the first case of influenza A in the Cochrane District. This first case was identified on Nov. 27, in Timmins. According to Stéphanie Brunet-Guppy, a Public Health Nurse in the Infectious Diseases Program at... Read more
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Timmins Times
EACOM has faith in continued US tradeEACOM's general manager of Ontario Forest Operations, told an audience of local
Timmins Times / Posted 18 days ago
EACOM's general manager of Ontario Forest Operations, told an audience of local business representatives attending a Timmins Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Porcupine Dante Club Tuesday. That is not likely to change, he said. “North... Read more
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Timmins Times
Pre-trial date set for Dubeau matterlocal reporters in the courtroom, Dawkins' uncharacteristically called up the c
Timmins Times / Posted 19 days ago
local reporters in the courtroom, Dawkins' uncharacteristically called up the case only by its number on the docket. The Timmins councillor was not present in court and the name Dubeau was never uttered during the brief proceeding. The... Read more
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The Sault Star
Fall inspires Easterbrook's workthe official opening on Saturday. “Northern Ontario is beautiful. On a nice day
The Sault Star / Posted 22 days ago
the official opening on Saturday. “Northern Ontario is beautiful. On a nice day, the (fall) colour, it just glows.” The Timmins native has past experience painting watercolour works and working with stained glass. She started oil painting about... Read more
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Timmins Times
Timmins Mayor's salary might be raisedto that were several honorariums for serving on other boards and committees as
Timmins Times / Posted 23 days ago
to that were several honorariums for serving on other boards and committees as follows: - $5,184 for chairing the Timmins Police Services Board. - $2,191 as a member of the CDSSAB. - $525 as a member of the Porcupine Health Unit... Read more
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Timmins Times
Treasurer warns of risk of taking on huge debtsThe lowdown on the city budget talks for 2018 is that is they’re keeping it dow
Timmins Times / Posted 23 days ago
The lowdown on the city budget talks for 2018 is that is they’re keeping it down low. Timmins city council decided in October to set a 2% limit for any net increase on the expenditure budget. So far that has happened according to Timmins chief... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Watch debt, Timmins treasurer tells councilTIMMINS - The lowdown on the city budget talks for 2018 is that is they’re keep
The Sudbury Star / Posted 24 days ago
TIMMINS - The lowdown on the city budget talks for 2018 is that is they’re keeping it down low. Timmins city council decided in October to set a 2% limit for any net increase on the expenditure budget. So far that has happened, according to Timmins... Read more
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Timmins Times
Take Two Theatre revisits golden age of radioend up on stage.” Take Two Theatre presents “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Rad
Timmins Times / Posted 24 days ago
end up on stage.” Take Two Theatre presents “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” at the William Dawson Auditorium at Timmins High and Vocational School this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Evening performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.... Read more
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Timmins Times
Staff recommends hike in water ratesA city department head is recommending a $40 increase in the Timmins water and
Timmins Times / Posted 26 days ago
A city department head is recommending a $40 increase in the Timmins water and sewer levy for 2018. It was not voted on. It was just a suggestion. City council was told Monday night that the water and sewer levy for 2018 could be put through at $40... Read more
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Timmins Times
New president for South Porcupine Food BankMickey Auger is stepping up as president of the South Porcupine Food Bank after
Timmins Times / Posted a month ago
Mickey Auger is stepping up as president of the South Porcupine Food Bank after Richard Bouvier's passing last month. “I started with the food bank about two weeks ago on Saturday,” said Auger. The South End resident said he offered to be a... Read more

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