Construction is starting on what SMS Equipment says will be a unique facility able to handle growing demand for heavy equipment servicing in Timmins.
A physician recruitment task force in Timmins is urging candidates in the upcoming municipal election to make the local doctor shortage a priority in their platforms. The group said the city is in a healthcare crisis and if the community doesn't come together, the problem will get dramatically worse.
Deposits being explored in the Timmins area could become major source of high-quality nickel for the electric car battery market.
In Timmins, students -- including international students -- are struggling with inflation and rising costs for groceries and other staples.
A disturbance in the early morning of Sept. 30 at a residence on Fifth Avenue resulted in a man being shot.
The criminal investigation division of the Timmins Police Service is on the scene of a residence in Porcupine where a body has been discovered.
A 'Sisters in Spirit Vigil' was held at the Timmins Native Friendship Centre on Tuesday to honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, two spirit and gender-diverse people.
A senior citizen from a small northern Ontario town about 125 kilometres north of Wawa has been charged with trafficking suspected crack cocaine and oxycodone, police say.
A group of First Nations in northern Ontario, that are part of the James Bay Treaty (Treaty 9), are taking the province to court over changes to environmental and forest management legislation and regulations.
A new initiative to illustrate the growing diversity of Timmins includes a series of videos to foster a welcoming and inclusive community.
MacLean Drive has reopened following a serious crash involving an elderly female pedestrian and a taxi in the north end of Timmins, police say. The woman succumbed to her injuries in hospital, police said Monday evening.
Police in Parry Sound are warning northern Ontario residents about a roof repair fraud scam believed to be targeting older adults.
As inflation continues to take a toll on grocery prices, people at the Halloween-themed Mountjoy Farmers Market in Timmins this Saturday may have noticed that it has also been putting pressure on local farmers.
A court hearing next week will seek approval for a $4.725 million legal bill from the legal firms helping Laurentian University emerge from insolvency.
Hockey Canada’s board of directors called an emergency meeting Thursday night under mounting pressure from top corporate sponsors, political leaders and provincial organizations stemming from the group's apparent unwillingness to address its handling of alleged sexual assaults.
Police in Sudbury say a 39-year-old driver has lost their license for three days after they came to the police station after they had been drinking.
Myles Sanderson was responsible for all 11 deaths during the mass stabbing in Saskatchewan last month, according to RCMP.
The City of North Bay has issued more than $200 million in building permits so far this year, surpassing last year’s all-time record of more than $150 million.
The Ontario government is investing $1.6 million into 18 community-based organizations as a way to stop fraud, human trafficking and hate crime from happening. Two organizations in Greater Sudbury are on the list to receive funding.
The Guinness book of world records says a Michigan cat is the tallest living domestic cat in the world, measuring at 18.8 inches tall.
After a night of delays, the vote counts came hard and fast, resulting in Danielle Smith being named the UCP’s new leader and Alberta's next premier.
As he turns 70 on Friday, Russian President Vladimir Putin finds himself in the eye of a storm of his own making: His army is suffering humiliating defeats in Ukraine. Hundreds of thousands of Russians are fleeing his mobilization order, and his top lieutenants are publicly insulting military leaders.
Hayley Wickenheiser, four-time Olympic gold medallist and Toronto Maple Leafs assistant general manager, said Hockey Canada needs a leadership change.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend has been dampened for thousands in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia who are still without power -- almost two weeks since Fiona hit on Sept. 24.