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Police investigate theft of trailer wheels

Submitted by Michelle Simard, Coordinator The Timmins Police Service needs your help in solving the theft of wheels from a trailer. Sometime through the weekend of Friday, July 15th to the morning of Monday, July 19th unknown individuals attended the construction site of the new SMS Equipment located on Hwy 101...

Corrections officer takes on half Iron Man in support of a mother and her son with autism

Monteith Correctional Centre officer Pat Lafleur is planning to complete a half  Iron Man event at Nellie Lake on September 2nd. He’ll swim 1.9 kilometres in Nellie Lake… run a half marathon and bike for 90 kilometres. It’s a fundraiser he and his union are using to help a...

Angus borrows British idea to stop high gas prices

Timmins-James Bay New Democratic MP Charlie Angus is borrowing an idea from the UK… trying to get our federal government to act against what he calls gouging at the gas pump. “The British Conservative government is throwing a windfall tax of 25% on the oil companies in the UK and...

Butterfly release now tonight

You will notice butterflies fluttering by at about 7:30 tonight at Schumacher Lions Club Park, across from the Mac. Seventy-five butterflies, to be exact. Last night’s release by MADD Canada’s Timmins chapter had to be postponed, because Canada Post hadn’t delivered the guests of honour.  It did deliver them this...

Mattagami Blvd. S. being used improperly

Timmins Police are cracking down on the number of near collisions caused by drivers going the wrong way on Mattagami Boulevard South. Communications coordinator Marc Depatie reminds us that it’s the short stretch of road that you can legally use coming off the bridge on Algonquin. “It is a one-way street...

Hockey Canada says it used money from reserve fund to pay for nine settlements totaling $7.6 million

More revelations in the Hockey Canada hearing. The national governing body for the sport in Canada says they paid out nine settlements from its National Equity Fund, totaling $7.6 million, since 1989. A large portion of the funds was related to Graham James, a former Canadian junior ice hockey coach who...
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