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Polar Bear Express getting upgraded technology

Improvements are on the way to the Polar Bear Express by next Spring. Chairman of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission Al Spacek announced that WIFI will be added to the train from Cochrane to Moosonee. He adds the equipment has already arrived and will take time to test and install...

Grassroots group looks to save Thornloe Cheese

A group calling itself the ‘Save the Thornloe Cheese Committee’ is holding a rally Saturday morning in an attempt to keep the operation alive with a new buyer. The event takes place at the Old Ag Station/Heritage Barn in New Liskeard from 1 to 3 p.m. and aims to raise awareness and...

Finding Rudolph business campaign unveiled

A new holiday promotion aimed at helping businesses in Smooth Rock Falls and Cochrane kicks off on Monday, Nov. 27. It’s Finding Rudolph thanks to a partnership between the Northern Corridor Chamber of Commerce and the Cochrane Board of Trade. The Chamber’s Donna Todd says they’re thrilled to expand the...

Rosewood Avenue headlines Iroquois Falls Arts Council Christmas concert

The Iroquois Falls Arts Council is gearing up for its Christmas Concert on Friday, Dec. 1 at 7 pm at the Marie and Dr. Michael Boyle Community Auditorium. Fundraising coordinator Tamara Morrissette says it’s going to be a great night featuring the Iroquois Falls Community Choir under director Roy Takayeso,...

Bradshaw mine moved to maintenance phase until summer 2024

Gowest is temporarily moving the Bradshaw mine to a “Care and Maintenance” phase, which is expected to continue until about next summer when the mill is ready to begin processing ore. That’s according to Gowest officials who say the Northern Sun tailings pond will also need to be completed, adding...

Christmas season in Timmins kicking off with annual parade

Story by Lee Griffi The Timmins Santa Claus Parade is set for this coming Saturday beginning at 6 p.m. Timmins BIA executive director Jessica Mayer says the event will be bigger than previous years. “We have about 60 floats this year and there will be lots of Christmas lights this year which...
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