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MNRF reporting over 700 wildland fires so far this year

What a difference a year makes regarding the number of wildland fires in the northeast region. MNRF fire information officer Isabelle Chenard says 715 fires have been reported that’s consumed over 420,000 hectares which is up from 255 from this time last year. “If you look at the fire season so...

Vandals stealing copper wiring caused massive Northern Telephone landline outage

Bell Telephone officials say they’re unsure how many Northern Telephone customers from Temiskaming Shores to Hearst were impacted by the cut in the fibre optic cable in Schumacher on Sunday. Network services director David Joice says vandals were at the cause of the break stealing copper wiring. “And as they were...

Timmins and District Hospital and U of T Kensington Eye Institute form partnership to benefit the region

Timmins and District Hospital and the University of Toronto’s Kensington Eye Institute have inked a partnership to keep people in the region closer to home for treatment of eye diseases and cataract surgery. Ophthalmologist Dr. Alejandro Oliver says as of Monday, ophthalmology teachers and senior university residents will start seeing...

Charlie Angus says RCMP must have more power to combat domestic extremism

Timmins James Bay MP Charlie Angus says he’s had to ask police officers to come in to answer his phones following more threats of bodily harm made to him, his staff and his family. In the House of Commons on Tuesday, Angus says enough is enough and it’s time to...

Hudson Bay lowlands featured in presentation at Timmins Museum on Sunday

The Wildlands League and the Mushkegowuk Council are teaming up to hold an information meeting about the Hudson Bay Lowlands also known as the ancient peatlands of the Mushkegowuk Territory. It takes place this Sunday at 1 pm at the Timmins Museum. Wildlands League spokesperson Anna Baggio says the event...

Business owners learn more about adding employees through unique partnership

Officials from the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program were in Kapuskasing on Tuesday afternoon for a presentation to members of the Northern Corridor Chamber of Commerce. The provincial program nominates foreign workers or international students for permanent residence based on the skills they have to fill jobs. It works in...
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