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NOBA Award nominations open

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Your growing business deserves to be celebrated!

Here is your chance at regional recognition in Northern Ontario. We are now accepting nominations for the 29th annual Northern Ontario Business Awards (NOBA).

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Family expecting baby enter week 5 with no running water

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March RIDE programs & impaired driving charges

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Three Timmins residents were charged with impaired driving offences throughout the month of March.

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New report confirms Kashechewan at “intolerable risk” of flood catastrophe

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AngusCharlie_NDPAs another season of flooding approaches on the James Bay coast, a new engineering report shows that it is impossible to assure the safety of the community.

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Homecare nurses reach new deal with CCAC

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Northern College ramps up student safety with new policy

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Don’t tell the toddler to feed the cat…

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… they clearly don’t know that cats like their oranges PEELED first.

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City Council LIVE BLOG March 30, 2015

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city council group pictureThe Centennial Hall is back on city council’s agenda.

Council will decide whether or not to lease the building, instead of selling it or tearing in down.

Stay up to the minute with our live blog starting at 6pm.

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Chief Gauthier pleads guilty

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Timmins_Police_Service_logo_upd“Chief Gauthier how do you plead to that amended allegation?”

Police Chief Gauthier rose from his chair and answered, “Guilty”

Timmins Police Chief John Gauthier is pleading guilty to a discreditable conduct allegation

The amended disciplinary charge was determined at a public hearing before the Ontario Civillian Police Commission (OCPC)

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Timmins Eagles drop opener of All-Ontario’s

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EaglesIt was a tough start for the All-Ontario Bantam “AAA” Championship hosts from Timmins.

The Eagles lost their opening game Monday morning 2-1 to the Clarington Toros at the McIntyre Arena.

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