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Data centre among slate of projects (2/03)

By MAGGIE RIOPELLE With new projects on the horizon, 2003 looks promising for the City of Timmins. The Timmins Economic Development Corp.

City sees power in cash crops (2/03)

by SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW An organization in northeastern Ontario has identified an opportunity to diversify and expand the economy of the North under the Kyoto Protocol.

Northern College boasts banner year (10/02)

Northern College in Timmins has sustained enrolment expectations for a econd year in a row.

Timmins hopeful shipping of resources out of city can be prevented (10/02)

Timmins city council hopes a provincial regulation will stop Globex from shipping mined talc-magnesium to Quebec for processing.

Kidd Met workers ratify deal (10/02)

With an October strike deadline looming, Falconbridge and unionized workers at its Kidd metallurgical division in Timmins have reached and ratified a three-year deal. On Sept.

Ideas abound at innovation summit (10/02)

Business, aboriginal, government and community leaders gathered in Timmins Sept. 24 to exchange ideas on telecommunications.

Open-pit gold mining potential explored (10/02)

Goldeye Explorations has initiated a stripping program to discover a high-grade zone on its Tyrrell Township property near Timmins.

City secures funding for geothermal study (10/02)

A geothermal energy study in Timmins is moving ahead, following a recent funding announcement from the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines. Minister Jim Wilson announced in October that the city would receive $45,000 for the study.

De Beers-Attawapiskat Victor talks resume (10/02)

Talks have resumed between De Beers Canada and the Attawapiskat First Nation in an attempt to end the deadlock, which has brought the Victor diamond project to a halt. The two sides met Oct.

Discover Abitibi project nets ideas (10/02)

The review of a large outpouring of suggested exploration projects in the Abitibi Greenstone belt in northeastern Ontario is expected to be complete by late October.