The Timmins Economic Development Corporation and the Venture Centre are holding the next Age-Friendly Community public consultation in South Porcupine on March 1st. About 33% of Porcupine’s population is above the age of 50, according to the 2011 Census. “We need as much feedback as possible to develop strategies to ensure the city is age […]
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The Great Canadian Kayak Festival keeps getting bigger and better. Over the years the festival has expanded and offered programming for children, music acts, fireworks, and delicious food. This year is set to be the events biggest year with over $10,000 in donations. The 4, 400 foot marketplace tent is sold out and overflow vendors […]
Radical Gardens wants to change the way we perceive of art, community beautification and public space. They are hoping to help rebuild community pride and demonstrate that city beautification is a community project by offering up the walls of their new restaurant as a blank canvas. Owner, Brianna Humphrey, is an artist and hand painted […]
The gateway signs are almost finished and they're in transit toward Timmins. The signs feature striking complementary colours and will look great against the green backdrop of our forests.
TWIG Timmins (Together We Inspire and Grow) is working to make healthy local food more accessible to the residents of Timmins. The group has planted gardens throughout the City with healthy produce like kale, peppers and corn. The food is available for free to anyone in the community who wants it. There are locations in South […]
Corey Grenier from Pride Signs came to Timmins to discuss the new entrance way signs. Grenier visited the proposed locations for the signs and discussed installation details with City engineer Luc Duval. The signs will be delivered to Timmins by the end of July. They will be a great addition to our community and will […]