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Police investigation on Schumacher highway

Posted on by mark.pare

investigationhwy655The Timmins Police Service, with assistance from the Ontario Provincial Police and volunteers from Timmins Porcupine Search and Rescue are currently conducting an evidence-based search in the area North of Algonquin near Hwy 655.

This search is in relation to an ongoing investigation.

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Q92 is Hiring! Work with the Q92 Winter Street Team!

Posted on by amanda.dyer

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We’re getting ready to launch our Q92 Winter Street Team!  If you’re in high school or college and looking for a FUN part-time weekend job … this is it! 

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…Monday has arrived, so too has new Celebrity Cleavage to check out!

Posted on by shawn.gilmore

Boobs and prizing, how can you go wrong?! Best part is, it’s all for a great cause October is “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”, the contest is in support of research and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

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…Short Week, but we are not short on Cleavage..Q92′s Celebrity Cleavage Prizing Continues!

Posted on by shawn.gilmore

We have a winner!  Congrats to Terry Boucher from our submissions, scoring 25 dollars to Between Us Lovers Boutique in Timmins.
And of course Terry correctly guessed our Celebrity Cleavage. This week it was Halle Berry!

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Led Zeppelin vs Spirit Continues….

Posted on by chris.fudali

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Drug bust in South Porcupine

Posted on by mark.pare

Timmins_Police_Service_logo_updOn October 20, 2014, officers from the Timmins Police Service’s Drug Enforcement unit executed a search warrant at a residence in South Porcupine.

As a result of the search warrant, police seized approximately 465 methamphetamine tablets, approximately two ounces of cannabis marihuana and approximately $1500 in Canadian currency.

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New distracted driving legislation at Queen’s Park

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no-cells-1131636-mStiff penalties are coming for distracted drivers.

Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca will reintroduce a bill Tuesday, in an effort to help people break the habit of texting or talking on a hand-held phone while behind the wheel.

The legislation would increase distracted driving fines to $1,000 and take away three demerit points, and is also looking at a crackdown on driving while high on drugs.

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Blood donor clinics look to stop nationwide shortage

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blooddonorclinicsoct14Canada is in immediate need of blood to stop an impending shortage.

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NHL Alumni return to support Special Olympians

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NHLVSTPSThe Timmins Police Service All-Stars will once again host the NHL Alumni at the McIntyre Community Centre, as part of the NHL Alumni Benefit Tour for Special Olympics.

The charity hockey game will feature NHL Hall of Famers, Stanley Cup winners, and hockey legends including Brent Gretzky, Dan Daoust, Mike Krushelnyski, and Rick Vaive. The game will also feature guest coach and Ambassador Walter Gretzky.

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Laughren’s final State of the City outlines struggles and growth

Posted on by mark.pare

stateofthecitycroppedFrom forestry to housing, roads and infrastructure, city officials have their work cut out for them.

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