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Wind and blowing snow are the storm’s real issue at Timmins Airport

Travelling in to or out of the Timmins Airport this last weekend of March break will be, shall we say? --  complicated. Airport manager Dave Dayment notes that we’re getting the storm that Environment Canada predicted. At the airport, the real issue is the wind and blowing snow. “We’ve got a...

TOPS group in Kapuskasing needing more members

A weight loss group, take off pounds sensibly or TOPS is looking for a few new members. That’s according to organizer Nicole Doyle. She says the group strongly believes in the message that no gimmicks are needed to lose weight and thinks they can be of benefit to others. “We...

Delivery room equipment upgrade next for Sensenbrenner Hospital Foundation

Sensenbrenner Hospital Foundation has set its sights on the next fundraising project….an upgrade to the delivery room equipment.  Project Manager Mireille Dubosq says the foundation is looking at fundraising $88,375 for four important items. “The first piece of equipment being a fetal heart rate monitor, a delivery bed, a post-natal...

Winter storm heading our way, proving ‘March is a winter month,’ says meteorologist

Your plan to head home from Grandma’s house to end March Break might be delayed by weather, A winter storm watch from Environment Canada says a large storm forming in the Colorado Foothills will move northeast Thursday into Saturday. Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says up to 10cm of snow could fall,...

New opportunity for your U15 hockey player to play at AAA level closer to home

There’s an opportunity coming up in our region for AAA-level Bantam hockey players – now called U15 – to play closer to home. The U18 Timmins Majors are starting up their own U15 team. General manager Ron Holmes says the OHF and NOHA principle is usually that if you have...

Kap Town Council turns down affordable housing proposal, citing too many unknowns

Kapuskasing town council turned down an affordable housing application by Action  Group Inc last night. The proposal called for four apartment complexes to be built if the town was approved for a Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation program. The nearly $12 million project would have cost the town $85,000 up...
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