Welcome to Timmins…. - Northern Ontario School of Medicine

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Welcome to Timmins….
A City with so much to
offer!!
This book has been put together by the STAR
(Supporting Timmins Area Recruitment) Committee for
the Timmins and District Hospital. The committee is a
group of physician's spouses, hospital employees and
some established Timmins residents who are working
together to promote the City of Timmins with its "Heart
of Gold" and the Timmins and District Hospital.
Timmins has much to offer with respect to lifestyle
activities and a vibrant medical community, both
professionally and socially.
We want
you to be part of our friendly community!
City of Timmins
Timmins, Ontario, Canada
Motto: The City with a Heart of Gold
Coordinates: 48º28’N 81º20’W
Country
Canada
Province
Ontario
District
Cochrane
Established
1912
Government
- Mayor
Tom Laughren
- Governing Body Timmins City Council
- MPs
Charlie Angus (NDP)
- MPPs
Gilles Bisson (ONDP)
Area
- Total
2,961.52 km² (1,143.4 sq mi)
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Population (2006)
- Total
42,455
- Density
14.5/km² (37.6/sq mi)
Timmins is a city in northeastern Ontario,
Canada on the Mattagami River. At the
time of the Canada 2006 Census,
Timmins’ population was 42, 455. At
2,961.52 square kilometers (1,143 sq mi),
Timmins was Canada’s largest
municipality in land area until 1995, when
the regional municipality of Wood Buffalo,
Alberta was created, although it remained
the largest municipality in Ontario until
2001, when it was superseded by the
newly amalgamated cities of Kawartha
Lakes and Greater Sudbury. It is the 69 th
largest metropolitan area in Canada
Climate
Economy
Timmins’ economy is based on a boom-and bust business
cycle. The city’s economic state is controlled by its major
industry, mining. When gold and base-metal prices are high the city’s economy
explodes, however, when those prices drop the local market historically dips
with it.
The city’s economy is now booming thanks to high base-metal and gold
prices. Timmins’ secondary industries include: forestry, tourism, recreation,
health care, education, commercial and industrial commerce, culture and
telecommunications. The community has been undergoing a moderate boom in
gold mining, with several new underground mining operations opening up and a
large scale surface mining reclamation project currently underway in the east end
and another in a more centralized location in the planning stage by Goldcorp Inc..
The Timmins and District Hospital is a major referral health care centre for
northeastern Ontario, particularly the Cochrane District, but like all of Northern
Ontario Timmins is still considered medically underserved. The community is
serviced by the Victor M. Power Airport. It has scheduled service to numerous
southern and northern Ontario locations via Air Canada Jazz, Bearskin Airlines,
Thunder Airlines and Air Creebec. Timmins Transit provides regularly scheduled
local bus service and Handy-Transit for those with disabilities. The city is also
serviced by Ontario Northland Motor Coach Services.
A retail boom has struck Timmins and big box stores are being built in the city’s
west end. This includes a new Home Depot and a new larger Canadian Tire. A
new Shoppers Drug Mart has been constructed near downtown. As well, a
number of shops have been established in a new plaza being constructed near
Highway 655 and Algonquin Blvd. East. Futureshop opened a store in 2008 at
the intersection of Riverside Drive and Shirley Street. Shoppers Drug Mart
opened a second new large format store on Algonquin and Highway 655 in
January 2008. A&W opened its doors in December 2007. Value Village opened
up February 14 th. Michaels Arts Centre opened in Summer 2008, Futureshop
opened in the fall 2008, Dollarama, opened spring 2008. Boston Pizza has
confirmed they will open in Timmins in the next year. Wal-mart Canada has
applied to the city to convert the local Wal-mart store to a Wal-mart Supercentre.
The Timmins Square is also expected to expand, adding some 77,000 square
feet (7,200 m²). Recently Rona Canada opened a new big box store at the
Feldman Plaza. Retail development is not slowing down for 2008 and 2009. A
new, Penningtons and MXM Clothing store will be built near Home Depot and
Canadian Tire. Also a new Holiday Inn Express is rumoured to begin construction
later this year and be open for late 2009. Construction is slated on a new Social
Services building in the City’s Central.
The city is undergoing a major strategic planning effort, “Building Our Future”,
and economic development endeavour “Community Improvement Plan (CIP) –
Streetscape”. This initiative is a community led process that involves a variety of
City Hall En
Building, fo
main publ
partners including The City of Timmins, The Timmins Economic Development
Corporation, The Timmins Chamber of Commerce, The Venture Centre/Le
Centre de developpement, Le Réseau de development économique et
d’employabilité de l’Ontario (RDÉE), Association canadienne-française de
l’Ontario (ACFO), Ministry of Northern Development & Mines, The National
Research Council, FedNor, NorthernTel, Ontera and the Government of Canada.
Upon the completion of the CIP – Streetscape project the core downtown areas
within the city will undergo major redesign and redevelopment changes which will
encompass building upgrades and new pedestrian friendly recreational and retail
options.
Timmins is evolving into a regional governmental, transportation, industrial,
commercial and recreational centre for much of Northeastern Ontario and the
James Bay coast line, Nishnawbe Aski Nation. The city has a regular annual
market draw of 120,000+ people, which has been steadily growing in recent
years with the discovery of diamonds in the region. The De Beers Victor Project
is located near the First Nations James Bay community of Attawapiskat, and is
Ontario’s first diamond mine. In 2007, the City of Timmins began a new program
called “The Lay Roots Program” The City is attracting Toronto’s skilled labour
immigrants, to com North to the Community, to date nearly 100 immigrants have
landed a job in the City, which is the community development plan to address the
skilled Labour shortage, and fill the booming retail section.
Timmins, generally known for hockey, is also home to a very competitive dance
industry. There are six dance schools in the city; The Nancy Delmonte Academy
of Dance, in Porcupine, Ontario was founded by Nancy Delmonte, and is home
to the only competitive dance team in Timmins and is the only dance school in
Timmins with a successful acrobatic program. The Lisa Ciccone School of Ballet,
is in the Melrose district of the city, and serves mainly as a ballet school, but
offers other styles as well, under the teachings of founder Lisa Ciccone. Mick
School of Dance is also in the Melrose area, founded by Mona Mick, it is the
oldest dance establishment in the city and has a very successful adult ballroom
program. Pat Picard School of Dance, also in the Mountjoy area, was founded by
Pat Picard and offers many styles of dancing. The Melissa Kelly Dance Academy
is the newest dance establishment in the city, which is based in the downtown
area, and was founded by Melissa Kelly. Lastly, Dansons La Ronde is run from
the French cultural centre by Lucie Miron-Leroux.
Religion
68.7% Catholic
20.2% Protestant
8.5% No Religion
1.8% Other Christian
0.8% Other Religions
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Language
According to the 2006 census, 53% of the population listed English as their first
language (Anglophone) and 38% listed French (Francophone), 2% were listed as
learning both at the same time and 6% have neither English nor French as their
first language (Allophone).
Notable People from Timmins
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Shania Twain is the most internationally famous native of
Timmins.
Lights (born Valerie Poxleitner), vocalist, singer-songwriter
Charlie Angus, musician and songwriter for the band Grievous
The Timmins Daily
Angels, now serving as the New Democratic Party Member of
Press Building
Parliament for Timmins – James Bay
Paul Bellini, comedy writer and television actor
Gilles Bisson, Ontario New Democratic Party Member of Provincial
Parliament for Timmins – James Bay
Natalie Brown, actress currently appearing on Sophie
Dave Carroll and Don Carroll, country/pop/folk band Sons of Maxwell
Stompin’ Tom Connors, musician and songwriter was born in Saint John,
New Brunswick, but lived and worked in the mines in Timmins long
enough to get his big break singing at the Maple Leaf Hotel there in 1965.
Patrice Desbiens, French poet and percussionist
Gordon Thiessen, Governor of the Bank of Canada from 1994 to 2001
Bruce McCaffrey, Progressive Conservative MPP
Derek Edwards, Award Winning Comedian
Carlo Cattarello, Award Winning Sports, Order of Canada, Queen’s
Jubilee Medal recipient
J. Conrad Lavigne, broadcasting pioneer
Jamie Lim, current president and CEO of the Ontario Forestry Industries
Association; former Timmins mayor
Bill Denis Brisson, Former Canadian Diplomat
Derek McGrath, actor best known as the cherubic murderer “Andy-Andy”
Schroeder on Cheer, and Dr. Benjamin Marion Jeffcoate on My Secret
Identity
Alan Pope, former Progressive Conservative MPP
Jim Prentice, Conservative Party of Canada Member of Parliament from
Calgary, Alberta
Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate economist. Prize awarded for discovering
a new way to value derivatives.
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Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet, newspaper magnate, started
his empire in 1930s with the Timmins Daily Press
Lola Lemire Tostevin, novelist and poet
Michael Barnes, author
Bruce Watson, guitarist with Scottish rock band Big Country
The City of Timmins, Ontario owes its birthright to the riches of the Canadian
Shield. On June 9, 1909, Harry Preston slipped on a rocky knoll and the heels of
his boots stripped the moss to reveal a large vein of gold, which later became the
Dome Mine. This vein was several hundred feet in length and was 150 feet wide.
In 1912, Noah Timmins founded the town to house the employees of the
Hollinger Mine. In 1973, the town amalgamated with it's neighbouring townships
and the City of Timmins was born. The City has grown since its inception, with a
residential population of approximately 50,000, we service a region of over
117,000 people. The City of Timmins is one of the North's largest regional
centres.
Building on its solid, industrial foundation, the City of Timmins offers a variety of
natural, cultural and recreational diversions. We are a growing community that
welcomes your business and presents ample opportunities. Country music
superstar Shania Twain is also proud to call Timmins her hometown.
It's all here, waiting for you! Take a deep breath of fresh, northern air, and get
ready to experience the Incredible Hospitality of Timmins - the City with a Heart
of Gold!
Community Location:
Timmins, Ontario, Canada is located at Latitude
48.20 degrees North and Longitude 80.44 degrees
West. The City’s elevation is approximately 880-900
feet above sea level.
The City is 3,210 km 2 (1,240 square miles) making
Timmins the largest city in Canada by area.
The City of Timmins is centrally located in Northeastern Ontario. Road, air and rail provide
convenient access to and from the City. Timmins is situated minutes away from the TransCanada Highway thus providing easy access to major markets. Other highways servicing
Timmins are #144, #101, #655 and #11.
DISTANCES TO SELECTED PROVINCIAL URBAN CENTRES:
The City is within a day’s drive to at least 7 U.S. border crossings. Sault Ste. Marie
Ontario/Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, Grand Portage/ Thunder Bay, and Niagara Falls are among
the closest.
CITY
Kilometres
SUDBURY
NORTH BAY
SAULT STE. MARIE
TORONTO
HAMILTON
OTTAWA
KITCHENER/WATERLOO
THUNDER BAY
ST. CATHARINES
NIAGARA FALLS
KINGSTON
LONDON
MONTREAL
WINDSOR
290
370
440
680
730
730
740
770
775
790
825
830
925
1020
Miles
180
230
273
422
454
454
460
479
482
491
513
516
575
643
* Bold cities represent U.S. border crossings.
Economic Area:
The City of Timmins’ main trading area encompasses a territorial market of approximately
117,000 people. It extends throughout the Cochrane District and to the James Bay coastal
areas. Several other communities such as Chapleau and Kirkland Lake have also been added
to our regular market draw data. Our central location has allowed the City to become a regional
shopping, cultural, commerce, health, industrial supply and distribution centre for Northeastern
Ontario.
Timmins’ location, along with traditional business ties developed by the mining, forestry and
manufacturing industries has facilitated the development of new markets on an international
level. The City is centrally located on principal ground transportation routes, which enhances
access to major markets. A busy regional airport services Timmins with numerous daily flights to
Toronto and other major centres.
General Info….Timmins at a Glance!
Population:
43,686
Regular Market Draw
(pop):
City Area:
117,000+
Local Bus Service:
Timmins Transit
Province Wide Bus
Service:
Railway:
Air:
Ontario Northland passenger and cargo services
3,210 sq. Km. (1,240 sq. Mi.)
Library:
Ontario Northland freight and connecting passenger service
Air Canada Jazz, Air Creebec, Bearskin Airlines, and cargo
service
12 financial institutions with numerous branches located
throughout the city
Timmins Daily Press, The Timmins Times, and Les
Nouvelles
4 School Boards providing French and English education, 2
Community Colleges, 1 French language University Program,
1 Private Post-Secondary educational facility
Central library and branch
Hotels/Motels:
10 for a total of 717 rooms
Natural Gas:
Serviced by Union Gas (705) 268-4000
Hydro:
Serviced by Hydro One -1-(888) 664-9376
Telephone:
Northern Telephone Ltd. - local service - (705) 360-8555
O.N.Telecom - long distance service - (705) 264-5859
Northern Telephone Ltd. - (705) 360-8555
O.N.Telecom - (705) 268-9535
Regional Cable Systems Inc. - (705) 264-7000
Financial Institutions:
Newspapers:
Schools:
High Speed ATM
Services:
Cable:
Internet Service
Providers:
Radio Stations:
Shopping:
Arenas:
Golf Courses:
Parks:
Onlink - (800) 667-0053
Sympatico - (705) 360-8555
Vianet - (705) 264-7064
5 FM stations
Downtown shopping areas, strip malls and one large
shopping mall – the Timmins Square, as well as several big
box stores
6 Arenas
2 Golf Courses:
Hollinger Golf Club
Spruce Needles Golf Club
21 - (8 of which are supervised)
Newspapers:
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The Daily Press, 187 Cedar St. S., 268-5050 to subscribe
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The Timmins Times, free, published twice weekly, 268-6252
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Les Nouvelles, 187 Cedar St. S., 268-2955
Timmins Website:
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www.city.timmins.on.ca, a very detailed website definitely worth visiting!
City Hall:
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220 Algonquin Blvd. E., 264-1331, located downtown near the corner of
Algonquin and Pine
Emergency:
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Call 911
Service Clubs:
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For a detailed list of clubs and phone numbers consult the Community
Information Directory published by the Timmins Volunteer Centre, 264-9765
Schools:
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A complete list of schools with location can be found in the Community
Information Directory
School Boards:
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District School Board Ontario Northeast, 153 Croatia Avenue, Schumacher,
360-111, 1-800-381-7280, www.dsb1.edu.on.ca
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Northeastern Catholic District School Board, 101 Spruce St. N., Timmins,
268-7443, www.ncdsb.on.ca
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Conseil Scolaire Catholique des Grandes Riviers, 896 Riverside Drive,
Timmins, 267-1421, 1-800-465-9984, www.cscdgr.on.ca
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Conseil Scolaire Public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario, 310 Algonquin, North Bay,
705-472-3443, 1-888-591-5656, www.csdne.edu.on.ca
RESTAURANTS….
Name
Address
Telephone
Timmins Square,
1500 Riverside Drive &
Algonquin
151 Bruce Ave.
South Porcupine
268-8558
Home of the Teen Burger
235-3332
Fine dining and banquets, licensed
under LLBO, qualified chef on staff,
snowmobile access
Asia 328
205 Pine St. S
267-6616
Hot & spicy dishes, teriyaki, sushi
Bentley's Kitchen
163 5 Avenue
268-4226
Home cooked meals, Canadian and
Italian cuisine, catering
Boogy’s Diner and Catering
Boston Pizza
Broadway Restaurant
Burger King
Timmins Airport
Riverside Drive
71 Third Avenue
610 Algonquin Blvd. E
264-0077
264-3434
268-2200
Home cooking, 2 for 1 nights
Home of the Whopper!
Captain Submarine
101 Mall, 38 Pine St. N.
268-3811
Assorted submarines
Casey's Bar & Grill
760 Algonquin Blvd. E
267-6467
Family restaurant, take out available
Cedar Meadows
Resort Inc. – Le Voyageur
Restaurant
Chez-Nous Take Out
1000 Norman
268-5800
Steak & seafood (Black Angus & wild
meats)
20 Vimy
267-7297
Choy See Kam’s
Cantonese Cuisine
Christopher’s Coffee House
Club 147 (Billiards)
Colasacco’s Pasta Palace
246 Algonquin Blvd. W.
264-6200
Fast Food, take-out, Home of the
Poutine
Cantonese, Hong Kong, hot and
spicy dishes
35 Pine St. S
57 Mountjoy St. S
248 Pine St. S
268-7274
268-7665
360-5050
Cozy Corner Restaurant
24 Mountjoy St. S
264-8383
D’Eatery
Dante Club
Deli 101
Desserts Please
119 Pine Street South
162 Cedar Street South
209 Third Avenue
81 Balsam St. S
267-2330
264-3185
264-4447
268-2253
Don's Pizzeria
57 Mountjoy St. S.
264-1361
East Side Mario's
1120 Riverside Drive
268-9555
Encore Chinese Restaurant
Esso Truck Stop
Restaurant
Fishbowl Restaurant
211 Algonquin Blvd. E
2154 Riverside Drive
267-3931
268-4583
Pizza, chips, spaghetti and much
more
Family restaurant, Italian Food,
licensed under LLBO
Authentic Chinese
Family Restaurant
942 Riverside Drive
267-3940
Seafood, pasta, chicken, sushi night
Gallery Dining Room
(Days Inn)
Gino's Pizza
14 Mountjoy St. S
267-6211
43 Cedar St. S
268-4466
Pasta, steak and seafood.
Prime rib nights
Pizza, Italian sandwiches
A & W Restaurant
Airport Hotel
th
Specialty
Pool and munchies
Italian cuisine, take-out deli trays,
homemade sausages, fresh pasta
Seafood, Szechuan Hot & Spicy
Dishes, Chinese Food, Licensed
under LLBO, catering and take-out
menu
Lunch menu, catering available
Italian Buffet, catering
Lunch menu
Desserts , coffee bar, grilled and cold
sandwiches, home-made soup,
salads, pasta
Name
Address
Telephone
Golden Dragon Restaurant
Golden Mile Restaurant
268-8898
235-9314
Kentucky Fried Chicken
128 Third Avenue
Highway 101
South Porcupine
95 Bruce South
Porcupine
536 Alqonquin Blvd. E
La Chaumiere
Specialty
235-4321
Chinese and Canadian Buffet
Family Restaurant, Chinese and
Canadian Food
Canadian and Chinese Food
268-9525
Home of the Colonel!
32 Mountjoy N
267-1101
French Canadian Cuisine
Lily's Restaurant
56 Second Avenue
268-6233
London Cafe
Restaurant & Tavern
Lucky Star
38 Mountjoy St. S
267-7191
134 Third Ave
268-2828
McDonald's Restaurant
522 Algonquin Blvd. E
264-7323
Chinese and Canadian Menu,
licensed under LLBO
Canadian and Chinese Food,
licensed under LLBO
Canadian and Chinese Food,
licensed under LLBO
Home of the Big Mac
McIntyre Coffee Shop
360-5225
Micky J’s Bar and Grill
McIntyre Arena
Schumacher
Park Road Square
Mike's Restaurant
355 Alqonquin Blvd. E
264-3000
Montana’s Cookhouse
Timmins Square
1500 Riverside Drive
425 Alqonquin Blvd. E
360-5999
Timmins Square
1500 Riverside Drive
977 Riverside Drive
268-5534
Fries, Hot Dogs
268-0000
Pizza delivery plus eat in restaurant
194 Third Avenue
Kenogamissi Lake
360-1111
360-2892
Hot and fresh pizza
Dining Room
264-7849
268-2664
268-8882
Famous Quiznos subs
Home Cooked Meals
All day breakfast, lunch, dinner and
brunch buffets
The Sweet Tomato
Taco Villa
Vanelli's Pizza
54 Waterloo Road
293 Wilson Ave.
Timmins Square
1500 Riverside Drive
114 Algonquin Blvd. E
999 Riverside Drive
Timmins Square
81 Balsam St. S
Timmins Square
Timmins Square
Tim Horton’s
Numerous locations!
Wendy's Restaurant
40 Waterloo Road
267-4100
Burgers, fries, salads, etc.
Wok Express
1500 Riverside Drive
Timmins Square
360-5666
Chinese Food
House of Yee
Mr. Sub
New York Fries
Pizza Hut
Pizza Pizza
Post 392
Bed and Breakfast
Quizno’s Sub
Restaurant Nadeau
Siva’s Family Restaurant
Subway Sandwiches
& Salads
267-3333
Home cooked meal, breakfast,
buffets, catering
Restaurant, imported beers
Family Restaurant, licensed under
LLBO
Family restaurant
264-1831
268-6404
267-3200
268-4131
268-CAKE
268-3737
268-6533
Buffet restaurant, party room rentals
Tacos, burritos, Enchiladas, salads
SHOPPING…
Kids Clothing:
Kay’s Tot & Teen, 165 Pine St. S. (downtown) 264-4952
Please Mum, Timmins Square – 360-5911
Winners, Timmins Square
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Ladies Clothing:
Tweed & Hickory, 227 Third Ave. ( downtown) –264-1281
Socks Third Avenue, 221 Third Avenue – 265-5818
Zenone’s Lifestyle Emporium, 52 Pine Street South – 267-7778
Many chain stores in Timmins Square
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Men’s Clothing:
Tweed & Hickory, 227 Third Avenue, 264-7980
Steinberg & Mahn, 25 Wilson, 264-1489
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Dancewear:
The Trophy Shoppe, 21 Father Costello Drive, Schumacher, 264-3444
Bermuda Tan, 36 Balsam Street South, 264-4500
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Draperies:
Gale's Draperies and Blinds, 135 Third Avenue, 267-3142
Colour Magic Decorating Centre, 72 Golden Ave. ( South Porcupine), 235-4530
Carpet Man, 92 Balsam St. S., 264-2511
Home Interiors, 1185 Riverside Dr., 360-9003
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Furniture:
Arctic Home Furnishings, 153 Pine St. S. 264-5301
The Brick, 108 Third Avenue, 264-2274
Porcupine Pro Hardware, 85 Bruce Ave. South Porcupine 235-3828
Home Furniture, 708 Algonquin E (Hwy 101 & 655) 268-2003
Timmins Furniture,1092 Riverside Drive, 360-1499
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Grocers:
A&P Food Store, 140 Algonquin Blvd. W. 268-5481
Fleury's Your Independent Grocers, 654 Algonquin blvd. E. 264-8233
Levis' Foodland, 670 Airport Rd. 268-5020
Food Basics, 105 Brunette Rd. 268-9922
LOEB, Porcupine Mall, 235-3535
Pick of the Crop, 38 Pine St. N. ( 101 Mall) 268-3635
No Frills, Timmins Square
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Butchers:
Zudel's Ltd. Fresh Mart, 49 Dale Avenue 267-5555
Dambrowski's Smoked Meats, 125 Wilson Ave. 268-1955
The Butcher Shop 372 Pine St. S. 268-0226
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Bakeries:
Hollinger House Bakery, 100 Waterloo Rd. 267-6704
Golden Crust Specialty Bakery, 119 Wilson Ave. 264-6567
D’Amours Specialty Cakes, 1082 Riverside Drive, 268-0300
Fresh Homemade Pasta:
Toffanello's Fresh Pasta, 119 Wilson Ave. 268-6933
Colasacco Pasta Place, 248 Pine St. S. 360-5050
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Sports Stores:
Source for Sports, 950 Riverside Drive, 264-1010
Northern Sports, 1150 Riverside Drive, 268-3902
Sport Chek, Timmins Square
Quinn Sports, 88 Third Avenue, 267-2455
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Fishing and Snowmobile Gear:
Dumoulin’s, 1008 Riverside Drive, 264-8098
Albert’s Sports and Workwear, 822 Riverside Drive, 264-8189
Mikey’s General Sales & Repair, 1301 Airport Rd., 268-6050
All-Terrain Recreation, 53 Father Costello Drive Schumacher, 264-8093
J&B Cycle and Marine (Yamaha Dealer), 360 Algonquin Blvd E., 267-1417
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Arts and Handicraft Stores:
Joanne’s Art Centre, 42 Pine Street South, 268-9585
Anything Goes, (scrapbooking supplies), 21 Mountjoy St. S., 268-6484
Michaels Arts & Crafts, 2161 Riverside Drive, 264-3411
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Gifts:
Miner’s Pick Gift Shop, Shania Twain Centre, 360-8500
Timmins Museum Boutique, Porcupine Mall, 235-5066
Hallmark, Timmins Square, 268-2884
Joanne’s Art Centre, 42 Pine Street South, 268-9585
William Drew Florists, 93 Pine Street South, 267-1117
Branded Spaces, Pine Street North, 360-9090 (various gift shops within a unique
shopping experience)
La Galeruche, 32 Mountjoy Street North, 264-8353
Three Small Rooms Boutique, 283 Pine Street South, 268-4400
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Framing:
Joanne’s Art Centre, 42 Pine Street South, 268-9585
Artsie, 119 Wilson Avenue, 360-9000
Michaels Arts & Crafts, 2161 Riverside Drive, 264-3411
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Florists:
Timmins Flower Shop, 149 Pine Street South, 264-6212
William Drew Florists, 93 Pine Street South, 267-1117
The Love Bug (virtual) – www.thelovebug.ca, 360-5442
Virtual Flower Power, 1657 Pine St. S., 360-5442
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Hardware Stores:
Home Depot, Hwy. 101
Porcupine Pro Hardware, 85 Bruce Avenue, South Porcupine, 235-3828
Home Hardware, 1700 Riverside Drive, 267-6295
Canadian Tire, Hwy 101
RONA Cashway
Pharmacies:
Drug Store Pharmacy, Independent Grocers, 264-8300
McDonald’s Pharmacy, South Porcupine, 235-3941
Rexall Drug Stores, 267-3941
Shoppers Drug Mart
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123 Third Avenue, 267-6555
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227 Algonquin Blvd. W., 264-4311 (Open 24 hours)
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681 Algonquin Blvd. E., 264-6511
Walmart Pharmacy, 267-3101
Zeller’s Pharmacy, 267-2363
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Office Supplies:
Grand and Toy, Park Road Square
Timmins Stationary, 133 Third Avenue, 264-4331
Staples Business Depot, 1485 Riverside Drive, 360-4200
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Computer Sales and Service:
Algonquin Business Computers, 361 Algonquin, 268-4117
Computype North, 254 Third Avenue, 267-7125
Computer World, 38 Pine Street North, 267-2556
Staples Business Depot, 1485 Riverside Drive, 360-4200
Comtec Computers, 33 Spruce St., S., 264-1351
Krazy Krazy Audiotronics, 1330 Riverside Drive, 268-4041
MDL Computer Services, 266-5758
Future Shop, Riverside Drive, 268-9111 (Next to Krazy Krazy)
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Music Stores:
Ray Perrier Music, 29 Balsam St. S., 267-3865
The Music Box, 108 Third Avenue, 268-2221
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ACCOMMODATIONS:
Cedar Meadows Resort, 1000 Normal, 268-5800
Comfort Inn, 939 Algonquin Blvd., E, 264-9474
Days Inn and Conference Center, 14 Mountjoy St. S., 267-6211
Super 8 Motel, 730 Algonquin Blvd, E., 268-7171
Travelodge Timmins, 1136 Riverside Drive, 360-1122
Howard Johnson, 1800 Riverside Drive, 267-6241
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Bed and Breakfast:
McIntyre Lodge, Highway 655, Timmins, 268-5242
Sue’s Bed and Breakfast, 218 Earl Street, Porcupine, 235-4853
A LITTLE BIT OF CULTURE….
Timmins Symphony Orchestra:
637 Algonquin Blvd East, 3rd floor, 267-1006
Talented musicians perform concerts throughout year, along with many guest artists
Choir ensemble
Music school for adults and children, youth orchestra, summer music camp
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Porcupine Art Club:
Call 264-4257
Weekend painting every Saturday
Free studio space to members
Local artists showcase their work in the community
“Art in the Park” held May – August
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Multicultural Festival
held first Sunday in June each year at McIntyre Arena
experience the excitement of different cultures, savour the cuisine and ethnic
costumes
contact: Marjorie Boyd at 268-0735
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Timmins Museum National Exhibition Center:
Promotes the history and culture of Timmins and Northeastern Ontario through its
exhibitions, collections and programs. Workshops for adults and children are given
throughout the year
Membership program, gift shop, picnic area, research library, room rental
Call 235-5066
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Porcupine Music Festival:
President: Pat Sullivan
Address : P.O. Box 662 Timmins P4N 7G2
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Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association:
President: Ron Spadafore phone: 264-0978
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Musicians Association Information, Timmins
President: Les Hilliard
Phone: 264-9500
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La Ronde Cultural Centre
Executive Director: Luc Morin
Phone: 267-8401
Plus de 300 activités sociales, culturelles et sportives sont présentées par année!
Offre des activités, des services et des programmes pour les francophones de tous
les groupes d’age: activités artistiques et culturelles, activités sociales et recréatives,
activités sportives
Email: la_ronde@vianet.on.ca
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Gold Mine Tour and Shania Twain Center
Call 360-8500, 1 Shania Twain Drive
See the City of Timmins Website for full information on these great attractions
Art Galleries:
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La Galeruche – 32 Mountjoy Street North, Centre Culturel LaRonde – 264-8353
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Highlights work of region’s Francophone Population
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Gallerie Inuit Plus – by appointment – 267-7514 or www.inuitplus.com
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A Timmins based art consulting company specializing in Canadian Inuit Art.
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J. Huggins Artworks – 403 Hart Street – 267-8081
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On-site gallery by appointment only
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M a r c e l L a f o n t a i n e F i n e A r t S t u d i o – 1 9 8 T o k e S t r e e t – 2 6 4 -5438 or
www.marcellafontainefineartstudio.com
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Custom portraits, Timmins landscape scenes, floral paintings and wildlife
For the Love of Glass Studio and Workshop, Lise Cotnam, Kraft Creek Road,
268-0359
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Choral Groups:
The Timmins Concert Singers (formerly known as Timmins Youth Singers) was
founded in 1978 by voice instructor and previous conductor, Rosanne Simunovic. The
choir, open to young adults, ages 14 and over, has developed an excellent reputation
throughout Ontario.
High musical standards, discipline and enthusiasm have been nurtured through
numerous choral workshops and performing opportunities. Over the years, many TCS
members have been selected to perform with both the National and the Ontario Youth
Choir
Under the present conductor, Lauri-Ann Loreto-Neal, the TCS regularly stages two
concerts per season. Past concerts have featured staged Broadway Musicals, Gilbert
and Sullivan operettas and opera choruses in the distinguished company of established
musical theatre artists. Contact: Timmins Concert Singers at (705) 268-5863.
THEATRICAL GROUPS:
Curtain Call is a group of local people
who perform various theatrical
productions in the Timmins area.
Although they have no set dates which
they abide by, they usually stage their
productions at Timmins High and
Vocational School auditorium.
Contact: Gerard Arsenault at (705)
268-3281
Take Two Theatre h a s been bringing enjoyable
entertainment to the Timmins area for over 15 years
now.
They have had great support from the community.
They have also given back to the community by
offering a yearly scholarship to each of the area high
schools for selected individuals attending a college
or university program in the arts.
Contact: Al Aiello at (705) 264-2754
Contact: Tanya Feldman at (705) 363-2388
Theatrix:
This local drama troupe offers a wide variety of productions to the Francophone
community. Their repertoire includes comedies, musicals, and dramas. They also are
involved in video production.
Contact: Bruce Fauvelle at (705) 268-1937.
Recreation….Kids and Adults
Facilities:
There are literally hundreds of different clubs and recreational activities available in Timmins.
From Dart Leagues to Birders clubs, we have something for everyone.
For a complete listing of clubs in the Timmins area, feel free to contact the Timmins Volunteer
Centre at (705) 264-9765. Timmins has a large number of facilities offered to its citizens.
Listed below is an inventory of sport and fitness facilities in Timmins.
Gillies Lake Skating Oval (Timmins) and Archie Dillon Sportsplex Pool
Type of Facility
Indoor Pools
Arenas
Gymnasiums
Ball Diamonds
Tennis Courts
Soccer Fields
Outdoor Skating
Playgrounds
Curling Rinks
Squash/Racquet Ball Courts
Golf Courses
Skiing
Snowmobile Trails
Trails
Tracks
Snowtubing
Fitness Centers
Total Number
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29
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17
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8
21 (8 of which are supervised)
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2
1 Downhill
2- Cross Country Skiing
Hundreds of kilometers
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6
*We also have mini golf courses, horseback
riding, martial arts studios, dance studios,
billiards, bowling alleys as well as many other
recreational facilities in the area
Aerial view of Gillies and Hollinger Park
Timmins Cinema 6 offers daily movies at
approximately 7 pm and 9 pm, which include the
newest movies available (show times may vary).
The Timmins Cinema 6 also offers matinees on
Saturdays and Sundays for a reduced rate! You don’t
want to miss out on discount Tuesday evening!
Located at 215 Cedar Street South.
NEW! DTS sound - best theatre sound available in
Cinemas 3 and 4!
Contact: Movie Hotline at (705) 268-7070
Theatre Office at (705) 268-4622
Porcupine Ski Runners:
Cross-country skiing, beautiful trails
pay as you go or buy a season membership ( family or single price)
contact: Ken Lessard at 264-7275
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Golf:
Hollinger Golf Club
264-8450
Spruce Needles Inc. Golf Club
267-1332
both clubs offer Mens and Ladies Nights and many tournaments
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Swimming:
Indoor at Archie Dillon Sportsplex, 3 9 6 T h e r i a u l t B l v d . 3 6 0 -8460
(swimming lessons offered)
summer outdoor - Hersey Lake - located north off Hwy. 655 very clean
beach on a very small lake, clean safe water but no lifeguards
Gillies Lake - lifeguarded beach and playground area
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Timmins Snowmobile Club
Office: James Reid Rd. 264-7066
Trail passes available
Timmins Porcupine Figure Skating Club:
264-4272 for information on schedules and registration
www.timminsporcupinefsc.piczo.com
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Curling:
McIntyre Curling Club on McIntyre Rd. Schumacher 360-1770
offer Mens League, Women’s League, Little Rock League, and Friday Night
mixed curling(they can set you up with another pair to make a team of 4
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Skating:
free skating offered during week for preschoolers and seniors at various city
arenas ...call 360-1361
through Parks and Recreation Leisure services
outdoor skating at the Gillies Lake Oval during winter months
Can Skate program - contact Timmins Porcupine Figure Skating Club, 2644272
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Hockey:
Hockey Clinics call 264-4751
Midget Hockey League call 235-2992
Timmins Girl Hockey and Minor Hockey Association www.timminsminorhockey.com or email tmha@ntl.aibn.com
Schumacher Minor Hockey Assoc. call 264-0974 ( Lou Battochio)
Porcupine Minor Hockey assoc. call 267-3785 ( Ken Beemish)
Old-timers Leagues: Confederation 268-9667 or Timmins 235-4303 ( Ted
O'Connor)
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Recreational Hockey :
Moneta 264-8411 ( Ken McNair)
Molson's Gentlemen
267-7357 ( Frank Zimperi)
South Porcupine Labatt's
235-4854 ( Burt St-Amour)
Royal Canadian Legion #88
264-3909 (Yvon Ainsworth)
Ladies Minor Hockey
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Timmins Vipers Sr. – 235-9349 (Trina Draper)
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Timmins Ice Cats Sr. C. – 235-3204 (Brenda Torresan)
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Horseback Riding Stables:
Sunset Stables, 1361 Kraft Creek Road, 264-1565
Standard Stables, 1280 Kraft Creek Road, 268-1981
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Dance Schools:
Lisa Ciccone School of Ballet, 268-5412
Melissa Kelly Dance Academy, 268-1116
Mick School of Dance, 264-7071
Nancy Delmonte Academy of Dance, 235-5588
Pat Picard School of Dance, 268-5400
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Mountain Biking:
trails go from Melrose Area up to hospital and then across Hwy. 655 to
Hersey Lake
competitions are advertised in the newspapers
Timmins Ski Racers:
teach skiing skills and skiing safety
ten year program beginning at 6 yrs of age to 16 years
develops skills until age sixteen at that point can be certified ski instructor
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Fitness Clubs:
The Fitness Zone, 210 Spruce Street South, 360-5969
Rehab Plus, 383 Cedar Street South, 264-4050
Body Evolution, 61 Third Ave. 268-4476
Curves for Women, 741 Algonquin Blvd. E., 360-5858
Lorijo Personal Training Studio, 268-8069
Your Pace or Mine Fitness Center, South Porcupine, 235-4648
Timmins Boxing Club, 268-8069
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Porcupine Art Club:
President: Terry McConnell phone: 264-4257
club house located at the corner of Eighth Ave. and Pine St. North
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Baseball:
Timmins Area Baseball Association (TABA) phone: 267-2244
Contact: Gary Tonelli
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Boreal Canoe and Kayak Club:
President: Andre Meunier 268-8940
Family participation as well as individual paddlers
Offers courses such as the Basic Canoe Courses, Canoe Tripping Courses,
Moving Water Courses, Lake Water Courses and River Rescue Courses
Club meets every Tuesday evenings at Gillies Lake for a two hour paddle
around the lake
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Kinettes:
President Sue Stewart phone: 267-2465
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Kinsmen:
Porcupine Kinsmen Club
President: Chris Litt phone: 264-6428
Timmins Kinsmen Club
President: John Cividino phone: 235-2527
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Kiwanis Club:
President: Claude Tremblay
Phone: 268-0015
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Porcupine Judo Club:
Contact: Allan Daschuk (adult) 267-2458
Contact: Glen Mackenzie (Children’s Assistant) 268-2514
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Timmins Ringette:
President: Linda Vail 264-9462
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South Porcupine Soccer Clinic:
Clinics held every Monday and Wednesday from 6-7 pm during the months of
June, July and August Ages 3-13
Timmins Porcupine Soccer Inc.:
President: Laurie Kreiner, Phone: 235-2028
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Timmins Duplicate Bridge Club:
Contact: Janice Davies 360-1673
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TimminsGetClean
www.timminsgetclean.com
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Timmins Marlins Swim Club:
President: Carole Jurenovskis, 267-6184
TMSC is a parent-run club with an eleven-member executive. The Club's
annual operating budget is in excess of $100,000. The TMSC continues to
strive at maintaining a team environment where every swimmer has the
potential to be the best they can be.
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Timmins Quilters Guild:
Contact: Carla Watt 267-3892
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Timmins Cycling Club:
273 Second Avenue (The Mortgage Centre) or www.timminscycling.com
1150 Riverside Drive (Northern Sports)
Fee is $25.00 for single or $45.00 for family
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Skateboard Park:
Next to Whitney Arena in Porcupine
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Fishing and Hunting:
Walleye, great Northern Pike, Trout, small mouth bass (and others) can be
fund in over 500 lakes in City of Timmins (equaling 450 square kilometers of
water).
Enjoy hunting moose, water fowl, small game in season
Contact Ministry of Natural Resources – 235-1300
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Walking/Hiking Trails:
Whether you are walking or cycling, the City’s 45km recreational trails system reaches out to the
4 corners of the community.
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Waterfront (2.5 km)
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Scout Rock (4 km)
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Gillies Lake (2.5 km)
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Rotary (8.5 km)
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Golden Springs (11.5 km)
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Bart Thomson (10 km North Loop and 8 km South Loop)
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Visit Mattagami Region Conservation Authority at Gillies Lake for maps or
brochures – 360-2660 www.mrca.timmins.ca
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Hersey Lake Conservation Area, Highway 655 (180 hectares of lakes,
trails and scenic outdoors)
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Cedar Meadows Resort and Wildlife Park:
1000 Norman St. – 268-5800
Hay rides through the park, fenced in area contains up to 15 species of
wildlife such as elk, deer, bison and moose.
Camping:
The Timmins area is blessed with 2 provincial
parks. They are Kettle Lakes Provincial Park
and Ivanhoe Provincial Park.
For a complete list of additional campgrounds in
the area please contact the Ministry of
Natural Resources at (705) 235-1300.
Kettle Lakes Provincial Park is a designated Recreational Park and is a third major attraction
for families and outdoor lovers within the city's limits. The park is a perfect vacation spot,
offering almost everything for children and adults alike: swimming, canoeing, fishing, hiking,
berry-picking and camping. The park, with the 22 lakes from which it derives its name, has two
distinct campgrounds - The Pine and Island Lake - plus a special area wet aside for group
camping. Reservations are required only for the group camping area.
Kettle Lakes offers a choice of 137 campsites, each having a fireplace and picnic table, and can
accommodate tents, trailers and motor homes. Eighty-three of the sites at Island Lake have
electrical outlets. Drinking water and vault toilets are convenient to all campsites and comfort
stations with flush toilets, showers and laundry facilities are close by. The campground also has
a trailer sanitation station. The park store carries groceries, camping supplies, snacks, worms
and firewood. A wider selection of goods and services is available in Timmins, the centre of
which is 40 km away.
The lakes of the park are kettle lakes, meaning they are not linked to each other. Only canoes
can be used on all but one of the lakes. The park is a transition zone between the boreal forest
and sub-Arctic terrain, thus offering a wide range of trees, flowers and birds, as well as moose,
white-tailed deer, bear, timber wolf, and marten. Winter provides many excellent cross country
ski trails. More information about Kettle Lakes Park can be obtained by calling (705) 363-3511,
in season.
Bob's Lake Camping: Off Highway 101 East inside Porcupine, has 10 sites with hydro, water
and sewage services, three other sites for tenting, plus a public washroom and a dumping tank.
A hamburger stand is on site.
The Cache: 125 campsites, 100 with electricity, a central location for water and a dumping
station. 25 miles south of Timmins on Highway 144. Telephone: (705) 268-8500
Camper City: On Highway 101 W. Overnight camping only. May be contacted regarding longer
stays. Partial hook-ups, no washroom facilities, dumping station, and propane filling station. 4
miles west of downtown Timmins. Telephone: (705) 268-6760
EXODUS: Wawaitin Holiday Park: Located 20 km west of Timmins via Dalton Road at
Kenogamissi Lake. 20 serviced sites for luxury coaches and RV's (electricity, water, sewer).
Night Hawk Retreat: 42 fully serviced lots. 21 miles east of downtown Timmins, off Highway
101 East. Telephone: (705) 363-2191
Old Mill Campground: Located just outside the western border of the city on Weston Lake,
about 50 km from downtown Timmins on Highway 101. The 130 sites all have water and hydro,
and the grounds have a dumping station. The facility is open year round.
The area around Gibson and Ice Chest Lakes also have 21 campsites.
PORCUPINE SKI RUNNERS
Porcupine Ski Runners operates just off
Highway 101 about 3 km from the Timmins city
centre with 30 km of well-groomed trails. All
trails are well suited to classic and skating
techniques. There are 9 distinct, marked trails
from 1.25 to 17 km.
There are numerous trail variations combining
different trails. Trails incorporate a wide range
of length, terrain, scenery and difficulty. Many of
our trails are of competitive racing quality.
As well as excellent trails, we have many other attractive features. We are open 7 days a week
from 9:00 in the morning to 8:00 in the evening. Our heated chalet is open all of this time. The
chalet has change rooms, flush toilets and plenty of room to relax. Snack bar facilities are
available on the weekend. There is plenty of free parking. Skiers can wax in the comfort of our
heated wax hut. Our trails are patrolled on the weekend by members of the Canadian Ski Patrol.
Interested skiers have the option of paying day fees or purchasing a seasonal membership. Our
yearly membership is in the range of 900 skiers. Rates vary according to family, adult or
children.We are located at 0.8 km east of Schumacher on Highway 101 at Ski Runners Road.
Enjoy the benefits of cross country skiing at Porcupine Ski Runners Cross Country Ski
Club.
Website: http://www.porcupineskirunners.com
We can be contacted at:
Porcupine Ski Runners
Ski Runners Road, Box 250
Schumacher, Ontario P0N 1G0
Telephone: (705) 360-1444
CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
Kindermusik:
Offered through the Timmins Symphony Orchestra - 267-1006
it brings the joy of music and movement to the lives of children aged 18 months and older, activities
help promote language development, symbolic thinking, coordination, and social interaction
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Hollinger Park
new playground equipment for children of various ages ( slides and climbing apparatus)
a water park with sprinklers is also located here
great for picnics
on Algonquin Blvd. Just down from McDonalds Restaurant
Mini-putt on location as well
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Sonshine Nursery School:
a privately operated school operated by a qualified bilingual E.C.E. teacher with 19 years
experience
offers a half-day Christian based preschool program open to all children ages 2 ½ -5 years old with
a choice of English or French sessions
located at Timmins Pentecostal Church 850 Airport Road
teacher is Michele Benson
268-8687 (268-TOTS)
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CHILD CARE:
YMCA:
376 Poplar Avenue, 360-4381
Full and half day programs for children aged 18 months to 5 years
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YMCA/Private Home Child Care:
Provides care to children 6 weeks to 12 years of age in a family setting (at the sitter’s home)
All caregivers are screened and trained
Contact Kristine Simpson at 360-4381
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YMCA Year Round Recreation Programs:
Karate, Speed Skating, Self Defense, Youth Basketball League, Fitness Instructors Course, Infant
and Tot Play Stimulation, Youth Nights, Drama, Art Programs, Baby-sitter’s Course, Leadership
Training and many more
Call 360-4381 for more info on any program
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ABC Early Childhood Education:
85 Moore St. South Porcupine call 235-2424
686 College St. call 267-2221
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Bambi’s Castle Day Care Centers:
nursery School program for 2.5 hours per day for 2 ½ -5 year olds
full day care program for 3 month to 4 year olds
half day programs for 4-5 year olds
before and after school programs available for 6-12 year olds
summer programs available for 6-12 year olds
571 Pine St. N. contact Cynthia Gubbels at 268-6601
Timmins Family Life – Toy Lending Library:
701 Ross Avenue East, 360-7100
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Timmins Public Library:
Located at 320 Second Avenue
Offers various story time programs for toddlers as well as programs for older children during school
holidays, call 360-2623 www.tpl.timmins.ca
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Timmins Museum National Exhibition Center:
Porcupine Mall 235-5066
offers various craft programs for school aged children during school holidays
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MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers):
Call 268-2500
Held at the Timmins Pentecostal Church
A program designed for mothers with children under school age who share the same desire to be
the best mothers they can be
Offers a haven for frazzled nerves and forming lifelong friendships
Provides a quality children’s program where little ones are loved and cared for, discussion groups in
an encouraging and accepting atmosphere and more
Meetings held every second Friday morning from 9:30 am to 11:30 am
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Boy Scouts of Canada:
District Commissioner: P.K. Wally Bidwell 235-9480
Trains boys in outdoor and camping skills and in citizenship and character building
Encourages social development in young adults and provides leadership training for adult leaders
Venturers, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts
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Timmins District Girl Guides:
District Commissioner: Debbie Lanthier 268-3772
Teaches young girls to become responsible, resourceful citizens, adult leadership, guidance, fun!!!
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Youth Camps:
Camp Bickel contact: Bob Reade 235-5047
Camp Chimo contact: Rhonda Latendresse 264-2933
Joan Caron Camp contact: Raymond Cyr 232-6932
MISCELLANEOUS:
Northern College:
Offers many interest and continuing education courses
Contact 235-3211 or 235-7222
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Women’s Information Network:
Group gathered together on a monthly basis to share knowledge and experiences, hear
speakers and have dinner
Call 268-3158 for membership information
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Welcome to Timmins Night:
Held every fall at the McIntyre Arena
Many booths set up giving information on various clubs, programs, and businesses in
Timmins
Very informative and worthwhile to attend
Contact Timmins Chamber of Commerce – 360-1900
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SPECIAL EVENTS:
South Porcupine Winter Carnival:
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Held yearly in February, opening parade, weekend fun events, closing fireworks
Timmins Winterfest:
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New winter event for Timmins
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Skating at the oval, events for children
Canada Day Fireworks:
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Held yearly at Gillies Lake
COMMUNITY GROUPS:
Mountjoy Independent Farmers Market:
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Every summer at the Centennial Hall on Park Avenue
Science Timmins:
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www.sciencetimmins.com for more information
German Culture Club of Timmins:
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Located at 34 Father Costello Drive
Timmins and District Hospital
In Collaboration with TEDC and the City of Timmins (www.city.timmins.on.ca.
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