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  1. What's new in this club
  2. Timmins brew wins a spot on the menu at Queen's Park - TimminsToday.com WWW.TIMMINSTODAY.COM Read the full story and comment on TimminsToday.
  3. The entertainment line-up is set for Canada Day in Timmins, taking place at Participark beside the Mattagami River on July 1st. And what’s more appropriate for Canada’s birthday than a headline act that’s a tribute to Stompin’ Tom Connors by his son, nonetheless? Tourism manager Guy Lamarche says watching Stompin’ Taw Connors will take you back. “He’s very, very much like his father in every sense of the word,” Lamarche reports. “He looks like his dad, he talks like his dad, he’s got the plywood board, just like his father had.” Stompin' Tom's son to do tribute act in Timmins for Canada Day - My Timmins Now WWW.MYTIMMINSNOW.COM The entertainment line-up is set for Canada Day in Timmins, taking place at Participark...
  4. Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1943149732438622/ https://www.facebook.com/420Timmins/ "The Timmins Hemp Community Is back in 2019 Taking A Stand For YOUR Rights! Join Us for the 2nd Annual Timmins 420! Vendors Contests Door Prizes Entertainment & MORE! People say "it's legal, do we need a 420?" The answer is YES! The stigma continues, & The new mayor wants to bylaw away your rights! "Timmins Mayor George Pirie told council in January that he feels cannabis smoking should be restricted to private homes. "I would like to see more restrictive bylaws," he said." ~ CBC report Alcohol is legal, & consumed in bars & outdoor venues. Alcohol induced fights, vomit, & vandalism ensue... Cannabis is LEGAL & CAN'T Be Consumed anywhere?! Cannabis consumption NEVER causes public nuisance, vandalism, or community concerns, UNLIKE ALCOHOL, & is LEGAL in Canada to purchase. Timmins consumers are entitled to equal rights for consumption under the Law. Timmins "Opted In" to Cannabis sales within the city. So this Mayors stand is that Tourists & locals can purchase the product here, but not be able to consume it anywhere? If you are a tourist, you're in a "smoke free" hotel, if you live in an apartment, or rent a house, the majority are also "smoke free"... Pirie wants the money from sales, taxes, & the province, but not the people who will provide it by purchasing the LEGAL product, by outlawing any place they could then consume it! Under PROVINCIAL Regulations, you CAN Consume Cannabis anywhere "smoking" is permitted. We Must Stop the City From undermining your rights with Local Bylaws! Yes, cannabis has a smell, so does alcohol, perfume, incense, room sprays, ethnic food & body odour! YOU CAN'T OUTLAW SMELL! This is why our Annual 420 Event is even MORE Important than ever this year! Last year we saw over 120 people at our inaugural event. We look forward to seeing you all again & MORE this year! ♥ Brought to you by Timmins Hemp Community & NOCER"
  5. Timmins Festivals and Events Committee (TFEC) has released more details on the second annual event, which is a fundraiser for Rock on the River, on Facebook. The event is taking place April 6 at the McIntyre Curling Club. Tickets go on sale Monday, March 4 at noon. They are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Beer Fest tickets going on sale soon - TimminsToday.com WWW.TIMMINSTODAY.COM Read the full story and comment on TimminsToday.
  6. Music fest weekend in Porquis Junction WWW.TIMMINSPRESS.COM A wide variety of musicians electrified the stage at this year’s Porquis Rock ‘N’ Blues Festival.
  7. Full Beard Brewing Co. wins award WWW.TIMMINSPRESS.COM A local business won an award at North on Tap Craft Beer Festival in Temiskaming Shores this year.
  8. UFOs reportedly seen in Northern Ontario WWW.TIMMINSPRESS.COM Whether hovering in the night sky with pulsing lights, there have been more than 1,000 UFO sightings reported in Canada in 2017, including one in Iroquois Falls. Read more Whether hovering in the night sky with pulsing lights, there have been more than 1,000 UFO sightings reported in Canada in 2017, including one in Iroquois Falls. The study was conducted by the Ufology Research, formerly named Ufology Research of Manitoba. They have reportedly been gathering data since 1989 from known and active investigators and researchers in Canada. The Iroquois Falls incident occurred on May 10, 2017 at 8 p.m. A witness said they saw an irregular brown shape with a trail in a photo, according to the Ufology Research.
  9. Billy Talent set to Rock on the River WWW.TIMMINSPRESS.COM Look readers, I will not be crowd surfing or mosh pit dancing at Rock on the River July 28th in Timmins – but I will be there to check out and rock with Billy Talent who I should explain to readers is not a single person but the name of the band with vocalist Ben Kawolewicz, guitarist Ian D’ Sa, bass player Jon Gallant and drummer Aaron Solowoniuk. Read more
  10. Timmins man will big lottery prize A Timmins man is celebrating a lottery win. Victor Blanchette won $86,566.50 in the May 5th Lotto 6/49 draw. The winning ticket was purchased at the Timmins Square Lotto on Riverside Drive. https://northernontario.ctvnews.ca/timmins-man-will-big-lottery-prize-1.4019012
  11. Timmins Summer Concert began early on Wednesday A special edition of the Timmins Summer Concert series kicked off Wednesday afternoon with a performance by Cass Lamarche of Timmins. This is the third consecutive week for the summer concerts at the Schumacher Lions McIntyre Park and it coincides with the arrival of the Beauce Carnaval, which is set up for July 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22. Also being featured are a number of local food vendors who will provide treats as part of the Summer Beats and Eats. Each vendor must feature local sourced food or food with locally sourced ingredients. More http://www.timminspress.com/2018/07/18/timmins-summer-concert-began-early-on-wednesday
  12. Licence Bureau at Chamber office shutting down The Timmins Chamber of Commerce is shutting down its Service Ontario licence bureau for things like driver’s licences, licence plate stickers and Ontario health cards. The chamber said the local office will cease operations on August 30, 2018 due to a decline in demand. More http://www.timminspress.com/2018/07/20/licence-bureau-at-chamber-office-shutting-down
  13. "Work is progressing on the $4-million reconstruction of the Kraft Creek Bridge on Airport Road where the part of the old bridge has already been demolished. The work means that section of Airport Road is completely closed until after the Labour Day weekend in September." More: http://www.timminspress.com/2018/07/13/airport-road-remains-closed-as-bridge-work-continues
  14. Noront shortlists Sault and Timmins as potential sites for ferrochrome smelter Noront Resources has narrowed its search for a Northern Ontario host community for a future $1-billion ferrochrome smelter to Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins. Thunder Bay and Sudbury have been removed from consideration for a ferrochrome production facility, the company announced late on the afternoon of July 13 Read more: https://www.northernontariobusiness.com/regional-news/far-north-ring-of-fire/noront-shortlists-sault-and-timmins-as-potential-site-for-ferrochrome-smelter-984873
  15. "A forest fire in the area has already seen the forced evacuation of 20 homes in Temagami Shores, about 100 kilometres north of North Bay, Ont. An evacuation of nearby provincial parks, including of Finlayson Point and Marten River has also occured." https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/temagami-fire-forest-fire-evacuations-emergency-1.4738820
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