Day: July 24, 2019

Library adds to its board game collection

Timmins Daily Press Library no longer just a place for quiet reading Erin Auger, assistant library director at the Timmins Public Library displays some of the newly added games (Catan and Ticket to Ride) to the tabletop game collection at the library. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press jpg, TD Now people can enjoy games not only […]

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Library adds to its board game collection

Timmins Daily Press Library no longer just a place for quiet reading Erin Auger, assistant library director at the Timmins Public Library displays some of the newly added games (Catan and Ticket to Ride) to the tabletop game collection at the library. RICHA BHOSALE/The Daily Press jpg, TD Now people can enjoy games not only […]

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‘Come and be Italian for a day’

Timmins Daily Press Festa Italiana expanded to a three-day celebration kicking off this Friday Chris Loreto, from left, Hector Ciccone and Joanne Norkum were getting into the spirit of Festa Italiana, the three-day Italian-themed celebration which kicks off this Friday. Loreto is the Festa Italiana chairman, Ciccone is the president of the Porcupine Dante Club […]

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‘Come and be Italian for a day’

Timmins Daily Press Festa Italiana expanded to a three-day celebration kicking off this Friday Chris Loreto, from left, Hector Ciccone and Joanne Norkum were getting into the spirit of Festa Italiana, the three-day Italian-themed celebration which kicks off this Friday. Loreto is the Festa Italiana chairman, Ciccone is the president of the Porcupine Dante Club […]

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Metro will test shuttle service from Porcupine to Timmins

Timmins Daily Press Beginning Aug. 15, Metro will offer to shuttle South End residents to its Timmins location, ahead of the Aug. 31 closure of the Metro in Porcupine Mall The Metro at Porcupine Mall will close on Aug. 31, leaving the city’s east end without a chain grocery store. JORDAN HORROBIN/THE DAILY PRESS jpg, […]

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Metro will test shuttle service from Porcupine to Timmins

Timmins Daily Press Beginning Aug. 15, Metro will offer to shuttle South End residents to its Timmins location, ahead of the Aug. 31 closure of the Metro in Porcupine Mall The Metro at Porcupine Mall will close on Aug. 31, leaving the city’s east end without a chain grocery store. JORDAN HORROBIN/THE DAILY PRESS jpg, […]

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Maxime Bernier says his party would cap immigration levels at 150K 

CBC | Politics News People’s Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier speaks from a podium at an announcement in Toronto on June 21, 2019. (Chris Young/THE CANADIAN PRESS) A People’s Party of Canada government would lower the number of immigrants Canada accepts to between 100,000 and 150,000 per year — a level not seen since […]

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Flames sign forward Sam Bennett to 2-year, $5.1M deal

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Sam Bennett has signed a two-year deal with the Calgary Flames. (Derek Leung/Getty Images) The Calgary Flames and forward Sam Bennett have avoided arbitration after agreeing to a two-year contract with an average annual value of $2.55 million US. Analysis NHL free agency: Plenty of talented players still […]

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Third World problems in a First World country

Timmins Daily Press Xavier Kataquapit Supplied Bad water in Attawapiskat is an old problem. Ever since the water treatment plant was put in place drawing from a little lake away from a fast-flowing river, there have been problems. How did we end up with water that is making people in my hometown sick? After all, […]

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Third World problems in a First World country

Timmins Daily Press Xavier Kataquapit Supplied Bad water in Attawapiskat is an old problem. Ever since the water treatment plant was put in place drawing from a little lake away from a fast-flowing river, there have been problems. How did we end up with water that is making people in my hometown sick? After all, […]

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