No collisions or road closures to report, however:

The government has issued a “Snow Squall Watch” for Timmins, Cochrance, Iroquois Falls, and Kapuskasing. “A snow squall is expected this afternoon along a sharp cold front. Brief, but heavy snow and blowing snow is expected as this cold front passes southeastward through the area. The cold front is expected to be over Kapuskasing near noon and reach Chapleau and Timmins near 4:00 P.M. EST.” More details can be found by clicking the link here.

Snow Removal Schedule for Wednesday, February 12th, 2020:

Wednesday, February 12th, starting at 7:30 AM:

  • Timmins North: Tamarack (Ross to Dead end), Spruce (Ross to Brousseau), Cedar (Ross to Brousseau), Hendry
  • Porcupine: Boucher, Duke (Krznaric to Boucher), Krznaric, Earl (Krznaric to Dead End), Marquis, Ristimaki

Wednesday, February 12th, starting at 9:30 PM:

  • Timmins South: Wilson, Commercial

The City of Timmins Winter Parking By-Law is now in effect. From November 1st, 2019 to April 30th, 2020, vehicles may not park on the streets overnight, from 11:30pm to 7:30am. Cars can park overnight in areas with signage that reads “Parking Permitted Unless Otherwise Posted”. Towing will occur anytime an illegally parked vehicle interferes with winter operations, like snow plowing. More details about the Winter Parking By-Law can be found here.

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