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Timmins doctor facing several sexual assault charges

Timmins Police Service is continuing its investigation into sexual assault charges against a Timmins man that dates back four years. The 52 year-old, who is an orthopedic surgeon at Timmins and District Hospital is facing two counts of sexual assault, two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm, two counts...

Crawford Mine Project near Timmins remains on schedule

Progress continues on the Canada Nickel Company’s Crawford Project located on Highway 655 near Timmins. That’s the word from Communications Coordinator Alexandra Armstrong who notes that the company is focusing on the feasibility study that should be completed by the end of the year. She adds that Canada Nickel...

Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits now available for 2022-23 season

Hunters interested in going after ducks, geese and other game birds can now get their papers for the upcoming open seasons. The federal government is now letting hunters purchase Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits, which will be valid until June 30th of next year. A permit costs $17 total, including...

Tournament walleye fishing hits Kapuskasing this weekend

More than 250 Walleye anglers from across the province will be in Kapuskasing this weekend. It’s the return of Kap River Walleye Tournament and the final leg of the Northern Ontario Walleye Tour Championship. Spokesperson Dean Bliss says competitors will be coming from as far west as Thunder Bay...

The sign on Wilson Ave. says ‘No left turn’

You can’t miss the temporary sign just before the stop sign, yet drivers keep turning left from Wilson Avenue onto Mountjoy Street. Timmins Police communications coordinator Marc Depatie says the prohibition is only for the duration of this summer’s connecting link work on Algonquin. “Given the increase in traffic flows in...

Timmins history: Quick recovery from 1911 fire

This week’s Timmins history feature wraps up our look back at the Great Fire of July, 1911. Museum director-curator Karen Bachmann has told us how big city reporters covering the building of the mining camp filed stories as the flames devoured the area. Investors reacted, proving that money talks, and everything...
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