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Trust vital as digital age re-shapes history: Expert

Trust vital as digital age re-shapes history: Expert

'The biggest problem today isn’t scarcity of information, it’s the abundance of it,' noted educator/author/historian at annual John A. Macdonald dinner
Trapper won't be charged after dog dies in body trap

Trapper won't be charged after dog dies in body trap

No charges have been laid and the trapper has voluntarily removed all of the ground trap sets adjacent to the trail
Teen charged for fatal October crash in North Bay

Teen charged for fatal October crash in North Bay

Victim was a 74-year-old Timmins man
Tax changes will impact northern campgrounds, says MP

Tax changes will impact northern campgrounds, says MP

Angus wants finance minister to reach out to campground associations
New constituency office for Fedeli following fire

New constituency office for Fedeli following fire

 An opening date will be announced in the near future
The Sault's first cannabis store could open its doors in March

The Sault's first cannabis store could open its doors in March

Hello Cannabis CEO says company received more than 600 job applications for Northern Avenue East location
Revenue source: Serpent River First Nation buys Agawa Crafts, Canadian Carver

Revenue source: Serpent River First Nation buys Agawa Crafts, Canadian Carver

New ownership looks to generate dollars for Serpent River First Nation infrastructure projects, while employing Indigenous workers from across the north shore
Chapleau lumber mill operator fined $250K for 2018 fatality

Chapleau lumber mill operator fined $250K for 2018 fatality

Rayonier Advanced Materials convicted on Jan. 8
Timmins' first legal pot shop expected to open early this year <b>(3 photos)</b>

Timmins' first legal pot shop expected to open early this year (3 photos)

The local store is one of three new Ontario locations for the Vancouver-based company
'Heinous act': Thieves break into Callander mayor's home just hours after his death

'Heinous act': Thieves break into Callander mayor's home just hours after his death

'Property crimes are typically hard for victims to deal with, but the fact these people took advantage of a tragic situation to commit a criminal offence is particularly heinous'