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Stinson bowls path to YBC Nationals - Timmins Press
TIMMINS - For the second year in a row, Timmins ' Elissa Stinson will be on the big stage as she gets set to roll for junior girls supremacy at the Youth Bowl Canada (YBC) National Championships in Gatineau from May 5-7. The 14-year-old has been a.

Timmins area farmers reaping the benefits - Timmins Press
Noella Rinaldo, executive director of Downtown Timmins Business Improvement Association, said the novelty of a mid-week downtown farmers' market hasn't worn off on city residents. In fact, she said, the market's popularity continues to grow and seems.

$1.4M in federal funding for Timmins Transit - Timmins Press
Patty Hajdu (Liberal — Thunder Bay-Superior North) is seen here at a press conference held in Timmins in November 2016. On Monday, she announced Timmins Transit would be receiving $1.4 million in infrastructure funding.

Attawapiskat resident makes do with Nutrition North food subsidy - Timmins Press
The Attawapiskat resident shared a photo of his grocery receipt with The Daily Press , showing how the subsidy lowered the prices of meat and bread by $0.66 to $1.07. Prices for items like canned soup, tea and spices weren't reduced by the subsidy.

Sault Theatre's 'Lucy' wins Outstanding Production at 60th Quonta Drama Festival - Timmins Press
SUPPLIED PHOTO/THE DAILY PRESS ... TIMMINS - Sault Theatre Workshop's staging of Damien Atkins' Lucy took home the Outstanding Production award at the 60th Quonta Drama Festival in Timmins on Sunday. The award allows the ... After opening the festival.

Rock deal Cunningham to Cougars - Timmins Press
After two years with the Rock, Cunningham wanted to play his final junior year a little closer to his Barrie home . Meanwhile, three more Rock veterans have indicated they will be returning for the 2017-18 campaign. THOMAS PERRY/THE DAILY PRESS.

Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering opens next week
The Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering, a nine-story research facility, opens at 610 Commonwealth Ave. PHOTO BY VIGUNTHAAN THARMAJARAH/ DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF If you ... 610 Commonwealth Ave., will be home to the Center for Systems.

Trappers oust Eagles from major bantam 'AAA' playoffs - Timmins Press
The Timmins Eagles and captain Jeremy Jeffries were eliminated from the Northern Ontario Major Bantam 'AAA' Hockey League playoffs on Saturday at the Archie Dillon Sportsplex by the North Bay Trappers. The Trappers will face the Nickel City Sons in the&nbsp.

Urban Park opens for new season Wednesday - Timmins Press
Stuart Munro, Maria Mousseau, Dawson Lauzon, and Kimberley Caron, who are students working for the Downtown Timmins BIA this summer, display the “veggie kits” that will be handed out for free to kids who visit the Urban Park on Wednesday.

TH&VS Sr. Blues down TDSS Sr. Saints for 4th-straight Earlybird Girls Volleyball title - Timmins Press
Andrea Pintar and the host Timmins High & Vocational School Sr. Blues won their fourth-consecutive Earlybird Girls Volleyball Tournament senior title with a down-to-the-wire 26-24, 23-25, 15-12 win over the Timiskaming District Secondary School Sr.