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Timmins Police Service investigating suspicious death

Posted on by mark.pare

Timmins_Police_Service_logo_updThe Timmins Police Service is currently investigating a suspicious death in the city’s South end.

The scene has been secured and officers, including the Timmins Police Service’s Criminal Investigation section and Forensic Identification section are currently on scene.

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City Council LIVE BLOG July 28, 2014

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CityCouncilCity council is back in action tonight!

Items on the docket this week include the Recreation, Culture, & Tourism master plan, the naming rights to the museum, and a traffic review.

As per the usual, my live blog starts at 6pm so keep refreshing this page as the night goes along for updates!

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KiSS 99.3 hypes Down With Webster crowd

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Door-to-door scam calls piling up for the Timmins Police.

Posted on by tom.parisi

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Bell Aliant set for privatization

Posted on by mark.pare

City_of_Timmins-logoBell Aliant will be finalizing their purchase of ONTERA next month, but their parent company at Bell Canada has another plan.

They plan on spending $3.95 billion to buy shares of Aliant and are interested in privatizing their eastern Ontario affiliate.

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Productivity and Innovation Centre joins ONE

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northern collegeBusinesses in northeastern Ontario will now have access to innovation-related services and programming.

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$160K+ being invested in Timmins.

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MONEYTimmins is getting a big helping from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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New movies out tonight…

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Bisson votes against budget; Queen’s Park dismissed until fall

Posted on by mark.pare

Gilles_BissonOntario MPP’s are off from the Legislature until October 20th after the Liberals passed their budget.

The vote was 56-37, with Timmins-James Bay MPP Gilles Bisson one of the 37 to vote against it.

“First of all, it’s not fiscally prudent,” he said, “And second of all, it is not a progressive budget.  There’s a lot of aggressive moves in there that are akin to the things we see under the Tories.”

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St. Vincent de Paul reopening their doors

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stvincentdepaulAn old thrift store is reopening.

St. Vincent de Paul closed in June because of money issues but Finance Committee President Lorraine Beaulne says they found a solution.

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