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<b>Movie Review:</b> The Magnificent Seven

Movie Review: The Magnificent Seven

For all of its faults and failings, The Magnificent Seven is just so much damned fun. And there haven't been a whole lot of just fun Westerns in a quite a while.
Bad drivers forcing school bus officials to re-evaluate school bus service in North Bay

Bad drivers forcing school bus officials to re-evaluate school bus service in North Bay

“I think we have to look at how we are conducting ourselves when it comes to school bus stops and our most vulnerable student population which are the junior kindergarten and senior kindergarten students.”
On his 80th birthday, veteran Timmins councillor Michael Doody looks back <b>(2 photos)</b>

On his 80th birthday, veteran Timmins councillor Michael Doody looks back (2 photos)

Councillor Michael Doody turns 80 today. He talked to TimminsToday about his long career as a broadcaster and politician in Timmins
Wasaya adds Dash 8 to fleet

Wasaya adds Dash 8 to fleet

Wasaya officials say new Dash 8 aircraft is well suited for servicing remote communities throughout the north.
The last of the lost Timmins tartan  <b> (4 photos) </b>

The last of the lost Timmins tartan (4 photos)

Perhaps you or someone you know has a piece of this rare fabric from 1956 at home? If so, post your findings in the comment section and share a the story of your piece of history
All clear given: Soo police station re-opened after suspicious device removed

All clear given: Soo police station re-opened after suspicious device removed

Device was dropped off earlier this morning
<b>BREAKING:</b> Sault police station sealed off over possible explosive device <b>(4 photos)</b>

BREAKING: Sault police station sealed off over possible explosive device (4 photos)

Paramedics and firefighters are on scene
Nestlé open to dialogue

Nestlé open to dialogue

Company will be at November committee of the whole meeting
Control efforts reducing lamprey population

Control efforts reducing lamprey population

Fisheries and Oceans Canada are treating the Kaministiquia River to reduce the population a destructive fish known as the sea lamprey.
Brave guy: Man extricates skunk from Coke can (video)

Brave guy: Man extricates skunk from Coke can (video)

Orillia Good Samaritan helps out furry creature