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Cancer Society in Timmins planning now for the Grand Dessert Night
Planning is underway again for one of the most popular social events on the year in Timmins. The 9th Annual Grand Dessert Night, in support of the Timmins Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society, will be held on Tuesday October 16th at the Porcupine Dante Club.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-21 18:44:16



Lemieux to host a video series for child safety
Timmins Police Constable Rick Lemieux is getting the word out to children about bicycle safety, bullying and dangers on the Internet. Lemieux is stepping a little bit beyond the normal classroom setting to do it.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-21 10:45:21



Police interview friends and neighbours to learn more about fatal stabbing in Timmins
Updater Monday August 20, 2012 11:00 a.m. TIMMINS: Police say the investigation into the stabbing death of a Timmins man early Saturday morning is still under investigation and officers are still on the scene at Birch Street South gathering evidence.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-20 10:43:42



Timmins woman charged with murder. 27-year-old man is dead.
Sunday August 19, 2012 4:30 p.m. TIMMINS: ~Timmins Police Service revealed today that a charge of second degree murder has been filed against a Timmins woman as the result of an incident on Birch Street South early Saturday morning.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-19 18:43:43



Northern Ontario Business Awards in Timmins this fall
The annual Northern Ontario Business Awards are coming to Timmins this fall.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-18 18:44:32



Timmins fire fighters get a new wage deal through arbitration
The Timmins Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 535 has been awarded wage increases through the process of arbitration. Firefighters are forbidden by law to go on strike, but they can negotiate contracts with the city or argue their case before a provincial arbitrator.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-17 18:46:05



Queen's Park Liberals explain sell-off of Ontario Northland
With Sudbury Liberal MPP Rick Bartolucci claiming Ontario cannot afford to further subsidize the cost of running Ontario Northland, the McGuinty Liberal government in Queen's park issued an updated news release Thursday on how the sell-off on the ONTC (Ontario Northland Transportation Commission) [...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-16 14:58:56



Nishnawbe Aski Nations elect new Grand Chief
A well-known Northern Ontario First Nations leader has been elected as the new Grand Chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation?s (NAN). Harvey Yesno was elected this week as 49 First Nations gathered for the XXXI Keewaywin Chiefs Conference in Kashechewan.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-16 14:58:55



Northern New Democrat MPPs upset with Libs over ONTC process
Timmins-James Bay MPP Gilles Bisson and Timiskaming-Cochrane MPP John Vanthof say the Liberal government has sped up the divestment of the ONTC in order to silence community critics.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-16 14:58:54





Mully's Musings with Mike Mulryan
If you're an NHL fan,better find a new hobby for awhile. If I were a betting man , I'd put money on the fact that the NHL won't play a game before the U.S Thanksgiving (late November). I hope I'm wrong , but the tone of these negotiations has lockout written all over it.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-16 10:27:49



Our Past Is Our Future
It was a cold, wet rainy day in October 1988 when it was announced that the last of the 250 Hollinger Houses was being torn down. Still covered in the familiar red and green roofing paper, there were just two left.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-16 10:27:48



Crime Stoppers needs help on theft from Ontario Northland
Crime Stoppers of the Cochrane District and the Ontario Provincial Police are seeking your help with investigating a theft, which occurred at the Cochrane or Moosonee Ontario Northland Railway(ONR) yard between late April and May 6th, 2012.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-15 14:31:40



Maria McInnis riding high with Wheels of Hope campaign
Canadian Cancer Society Partner Maria McInnis has launched her Wheels of Hope campaign in support of transportation for Northern cancer patients. Most recently, she was collecting pledges while cycling in the stationary mode at the Canadian Tire in Timmins.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-14 14:15:34



Work is underway at the new Timmins airport balloon base
Construction work is well underway at the Timmins Victor M. Power Airport where a new base is being built for launching high-altitude balloons. In June, the City of Timmins entered into an agreement with Paul Construction of Timmins to carry out the work at a cost of $3.4 million.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-14 14:15:33



Feds invest $1.6 million in in heritage money in Northern Ontario
Federal Heritage minister James Moore announced in Timmins this week that the federal government is spending more than a million dollars on heritage programs across Northern Ontario.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-14 14:15:32



Man with three-year-old in the truck crashes on Pine South. Suspect charged with impaired.
A single-vehicle crash on Pine Street, some 30 kilometres south in Timmins, has resulted in an impaired driving charges for a Timmins man who had a three-year old passenger in the truck. One passenger required medical attention for minor injuries.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-14 10:00:54



Heritage Minister James Moore visits Timmins Legacy Project
Federal Heritage Minister James Moore was in Timmins today to help celebrate the recent unveiling of the Timmins Legacy Project, which saw the creation of three bronze statues of founding prospectors Jack Wilson, Sandy McIntyre and Benny Hollinger.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-13 13:53:38



Police confirm death of Joshua Depelteau
Timmins Police Service confirmed Sunday evening that the body recently discovered in a wooded area near South Porcupine is that of the missing teen Josh Depelteau.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-13 09:47:24



Kevin Vincent's new book on sale at The Timmins Museum
Timmins Author Kevin Vincent, right, got help from museum assistant Emilie Bourgeault-Tasse this week, setting up the book display at the Timmins Museum and National Exhibition Centre recently where copies of the new book Bootleg Gold, Volume I are now on sale.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-12 21:41:09



The story of mining prospector Don McKinnon. SPECIAL TO THE TIMES.
ED'S NOTE: Following is a story on the life on Don McKinnon presented by a close friend of McKinnon and his family. McKinnon died Thursday. *** The Canadian mining fraternity has lost one of the most successful prospectors from its ranks with the passing of Donald Duncan McKinnon.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-12 09:39:19



Promoter says Timmins concert failed because of liquor licence process
A Timmins man who was planning to put on a summer concert at the Hollinger Park's Fred Salvador Field said the event had to be cancelled because the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) denied a liquor licence for the event.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-11 21:33:14



Famed Timmins prospector Don McKinnon dead at age 83.
A well-known Timmins prospector, businessman and former town councilor has died. Don McKinnon, who earned fame and status for co-discovering the Hemlo goldfields, died at the Timmins and District Hospital on Thursday.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-11 21:33:13



Timmins Police officer awarded Queen's Jubilee Medal
Timmins Police Constable Rick Lemieux has received a special honour for his outstanding efforts at teaching children to stay away from drugs and alcohol. Lemieux, who runs the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program for Timmins Police, has been awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-09 13:41:04



Riverside Dental Clinic upgrades its technology
Another reason to smile. That's how it is at the Riverside Dental Clinic where the staff is more than pleased with the newest piece of diagnostic imaging equipment. Dental hygienist Graziella Millions RDH, left, posed with dentist Dr.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-09 13:41:03



Snail mail, Land Lines and Muffin Tops
Have you ever realized how many new words and expressions have come into our daily conversations in the recent past? Take "Arab Spring", for instance, or "Hijab". The fight for democracy in Arab countries has introduced many words we never used or even heard just three years ago.[...]
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Feed: Timmins Times's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-08-09 08:49:58



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