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KiSS is Hiring!

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Cochrane receives community innovator award

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From left: CAO JP Ouellette, Emily Monroe and Elysia Leung of 8-80 Cities, Valerie Ouellette (no relation) from the Porcupine Health Unit and Gil Penalosa, Founder and Chair of 8-80 Cites.

From left: CAO JP Ouellette, Emily Monroe and Elysia Leung of 8-80 Cities, Valerie Ouellette (no relation) from the Porcupine Health Unit and Gil Penalosa, Founder and Chair of 8-80 Cites.

On March 30th Cochrane, Ontario was invited to attend a special ceremony held by 8-80 Cities group, where J.P. Ouellette of the Town of Cochrane and Valerie Ouellet of the Porcupine Health, Unit accepted an award from the group on behalf of the Town’s Doable Neighbourhoods Working Group.

8-80 Cities is a non-profit organization based in Toronto that’s dedicated to contributing to the transformation of cities into places where people can walk, bike, visit vibrant parks and accessible to all.

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Free public transit on Earth Day

Posted on by mark.pare

transitbusOn Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Timmins Transit will celebrate the 45th anniversary of Earth Day by offering free conventional transit to residents of the City of Timmins.

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Youth charged following multiple bullying incidents

Posted on by mark.pare

Timmins_Police_Service_logo_updA Timmins youth is facing charges following reports of several incidents related to bullying at a local school.

Timmins Police patrol officers began investigating the incidents following reports from two victims.

Investigation revealed that the victims had been assaulted by an individual at school, as well as threatened on multiple occasions over the past several years.

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Connecting Link funding will return; Black not impressed

Posted on by mark.pare

mayor steve blackAs part of the largest infrastructure investment in Ontario’s history, the province is committing $15 million annually to a new Connecting Links program, which will help municipalities pay the construction and repair costs for connecting links – municipal roads that connect communities to provincial highways and border crossings.

While some may choose to be satisfied the Connecting Link program is being re-instated, Mayor Steve Black of Timmins isn’t.

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MP Angus on federal budget: expect “political circus”

Posted on by mark.pare

angusExpect an “election budget” on Tuesday, according to Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus (NDP).

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Do you know what your child is doing after school?

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Pine St. South is in for shocking spring changes, courtesy Hydro One

Posted on by tom.parisi

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Max Pro Welcomes All Miners and Public Servants to Gold Rush 2015

Posted on by mark.pare

max pro1 2015In a way to celebrate the efforts of all area miners and public servants in the city, Max Pro will welcome these individuals with a large discount in event tickets.

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ANOTHER puppy who loves sticks!

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