Timmins physicians react to new study findings that poorer Canadians endure more opioid harm than wealthier ones
A new study reveals that low-income Canadians are nearly four times more likely to die from opioid usage than people who are wealthy.
Mining giant, Newmont Porcupine in Timmins is finished phase one of a land use plan-a partnership agreement it has with the city. It's a spectacular lookout area where people can watch mining activity happening in the Hollinger open pit mine and see many familiar areas of the city's landscape.
Hundreds of people lined up for free hot dogs and for fun in the suds in Hollinger Park in Timmins on Canada Day. The event was hosted by the City of Timmins and the Timmins Community Park Association.
The Timmins Police Service is issuing a public safety reminder to everyone celebrating the Canada Day holiday weekend.
With Health Canada's permission, street drugs can now be consumed inside Safe Health Site Timmins.
Timmins police are warning the public that counterfeit money is circulating in the city.
Copper Cliff’s Jim Pappin, who scored the cup- winning goal for the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1967, died yesterday at the age of 82,
With June being 'Pride Month', the Porcupine Health Unit in Timmins took the opportunity to connect with members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community to let them know that since pandemic restrictions have now lifted, many of its services are being offered again to the public.
Pride Month ends Thursday and while Timmins Pride wasn't able to hold a celebratory event, due to a lack of volunteers, president Matthieu Villeneuve said things are looking brighter.
A 65-year-old suspect in Timmins has been arrested for disturbing the peace for repeatedly using an "air cannon," or a device that makes extremely loud, air raid-like noises.
Wyona Thompson, a university alumna, passed away in June 2021, is donating the funds to support full-time students in the Bachelor of Education programs in both English and French.
Some people in the city of Timmins are still taking trips to the mall, either for necessities or self-care splurges. Maybe, just to get out. But when it comes to saving money, some are finding they have less to put away these days.
More than seventeen-hundred blankets have been delivered to survivors throughout the country.
Crowds showed up by the thousands to view Canada’s oldest and longest serving naval vessel. HMCS Oriole spent the Canada Day weekend docked at the Port of Sault Ste. Marie, where the crew offered free tours of the 101-year-old sailing ship.
14-year-old Ellie Maxwell from Manitoulin Island released her second original song on July 1.
Greater Sudbury Fire Services responded to a small bush fire near Cityview Gardens, downtown.
In Sudbury, for over 20 years, new and seasoned musicians have delighted crowds from June to August with free concerts in Bell Park every Sunday evening from 7 to 8:15 p.m. After a two year absence the Peter Schneider Concert Series has returned this year.
Bluegrass music is the key to success for a River Valley campground.
Retro video gamers, card collectors, and vintage toy enthusiasts descended upon the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre in the Sault for Steel City NerdCon. This is the first such event since COVID restrictions were lifted, bringing in large crowds. Some attendees dressed up as their favourite sci-fi, fantasy and comic book characters.
The touring Museum of Failure, now in Calgary, shines a light on the worst failures in history. Mark Villani reports.
Three months since their arrival through a special evacuation program, Ukrainian families with children receiving care in hospital share their experience.
As Canadian airports deal with their own set of problems amid the busy summer travel season, by no means are they alone.
Two people are injured and a third is in custody after what RCMP describe as a 'public shooting' at a rodeo in B.C. Sunday.
A gunman opened fire inside a busy shopping mall in the Danish capital Sunday, killing three people and critically wounding three others, police said.
A Toronto woman says a dog she rescued from the Dominican Republic has been traumatized after being left in a corner of Toronto Pearson International Airport with baggage for about 21 hours.
Flight delays and cancellations continue for Canadian summertime travellers; meanwhile, Ohio police fatally shoot an unarmed Black man.