Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver is rejecting a forecast from a major American bank suggesting that Canada is already in a recession.
Timmins residents will soon start noticing improved lighting along streets and roads.
Beginning on Monday, July 6th, installation crews will upgrade all of the City’s streetlights to light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures.
Find the KiSS Timmins Garage Street Team THIS SUNDAY at the Porcupine Kinsmen’s Annual FREE Day in the Park. From 11am – 4pm, the Kinsmen will be serving up FREE hotdogs, FREE cotton candy, and FREE pop! You can’t get better than FREE … plus, you get to fill out a ballot to win a $10,000 Polaris Sportsman ATV from Bourque’s in Cochrane and KiSS 99.3! That’s FREE to enter too!
Canadians across the country will be getting hooked on fishing July 4th to 12th for Canada’s National Fishing Week.
The first season for the Timmins Rock has been mapped out.
This little puppy is in control of his own destiny… because HE’S holding the leash!
Deadlines to get street lines painted didn’t go over well with city council on Monday night.
Ward 5 Councillor Rick Dubeau says there were a number of presentations that displayed exactly why things are they way are, and while Mayor Steve Black wasn’t completely off the mark with his idea, Dubeau says June 1st is simply impossible.
The North East Region Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reminding Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) operators to check with your municipality to ensure local by-laws have been amended to allow 2-up All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Side-by-Side ORVs and Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTVs) on-road access in your respective areas.
Beginning in the fall of 2015, students at Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology can enjoy a special Joint Admission Agreement with Algoma University, allowing graduates from diploma programs easier access and entrance into degree programs.