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Different detours in place for this year’s Algonquin Blvd. reconstruction

It’s not confirmed yet when shovels go into the ground, to start reconstruction of Algonquin Blvd. between Thériault Blvd. and Mountjoy Str. City Hall’s project coordinator, Eryk Rice, says the contractor’s waiting for some utility locates, so it can install traffic lights along the detour.  Then digging begins. And unlike last...

Lower speed limit back on Airport Rd. for 2022 connecting link construction

Like dandelions and buds on trees signify spring in Timmins, there are things popping up indicating that connecting link reconstruction season is soon upon us.  You’ve noticed signs and posts for signs as well as fencing and traffic cones on Algonquin Blvd..  This year, it will be rebuilt between...

Donation gives Mountjoy Farmers Market a permanent location all its own

You’ll have to turn in the opposite direction off Riverside Drive this summer, to get to the Mountjoy Farmers Market. Barry and Celina Petroski have donated the old Barry’s Truck Ranch property to the Porcupine District Agricultural Society. President Rock Whissell says the city will take ownership of the property right...

Feeling gassed at the pump?

You probably wish you had filled up your gas tank on the way to work this morning, instead of after work this afternoon. The price of a litre went up by 20 cents in Timmins and Kapuskasing by early afternoon, now registering in the $2.23 range.

Housing one issue at candidate event

The two major party candidates in Timmins for the provincial election answered questions today from a mostly business audience. The Liberals have no candidate registered. The Green Party declined the invitation, and the two other parties were not invited, based on the Elections Ontario Reimbursement of Expenses criteria The local...

It’s not the Northlander politicians rode to North Bay: ONTC chairman Al Spacek

Perceptions can be deceiving, when Northeastern Ontario residents have three more years until the Northlander passenger train returns, yet politicians seem to be riding it already. Despite municipal politicians billing it as the Northlander, Ontario Northland Transportation Commission chairman Al Spacek says the train they rode to North Bay last...
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