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Trillium Foundation gives money to Porcupine Ski Runners

The Porcupine Ski Runners (Runners) are getting a new trail groomer. It's on its way thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). MPP George Pirie announced the funding today. " thrilled to be awarded a grant of $150,000 from OTF," says Gerry McNair, Chair of Operations for the Runners. He adds it...

Mayor touches on policing issue, says alarm bells aren’t ringing yet

The Mayor of Timmins wants to assure residents the current level of policing is at an acceptable level. Earlier this week, Luc Lamarche, Timmins Police Association President said they weren’t providing adequate levels of policing to the community. “Somebody has to admit that,” said Lamarche. “I think we are the first ones out of...

Hearst area graphite mine put on hold

A company that was looking at developing a graphite mine northwest of Hearst near Constance Lake First Nation has put the project on hold. Zentek officials say due to a deteriorating market for battery metals and graphite the project is being shelved until conditions improve. They add the company believes in the...

Missing man found dead in Timmins

The body of a man declared missing last week has been found by Timmins Police. The service says 39-year-old Kevin Dupere (doo-PEAR) had been reported missing last Thursday (Nov. 16), and a search was conducted in the Carrigan Road area in the following days. The man was found shortly before noon...

Schumacher Lions helping to address doctor shortage in the north

The Schumacher Lions Club (Club) is doing its part to make sure our community's health is taken care of. At this month's meeting, the club donated $7,500 to the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University (NOSM). "We know all about the doctor shortage in Northern Ontario, and how NOSM is striving...

Tree lighting ceremony at Hollinger Park this Saturday

The City of Timmins is celebrating the festive season in just a few days. The 9th annual Community Holiday Tree Lighting is taking place on Nov. 25. Officials say the year's yuletide isn't complete without carols, free hot chocolate and thousands of twinkling lights. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at Hollinger...
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