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Stanley Cup championship team. His brother Murray (Murray Costello) was also a professional hockey player. Filming started on September 20, 2004 and mainly occurred in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). Additional filming was done in Capreol, Ontario Capreol


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right :Gillies Lake Board Walk thumb right Chamber of Commerce (File:Chamber of Commerce in Timmins, Ontario.jpg) Some of the main tourist attractions within the city include: The Timmins Museum and National Exhibition Centre, Cedar Meadows Wilderness Tours, Kamiskotia Snow Resort, Porcupine Ski Runners Cross-Country Trails and Chalet, Hollinger Golf Club, Spruce Needles Golf Club, the Sandy Falls Golf Club, the McIntyre Community Building and the Timmins Snowmobile Club. Wikipedia:Timmins


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. * Gordon Thiessen, Governor of the Bank of Canada from 1994 to 2001 * Roy Thomson, 1st Baron Thomson of Fleet, newspaper magnate, started his empire in the 1930s with the ''Timmins Daily Press'' * Lola Lemire Tostevin, novelist and poet * Shania Twain, musician * Bruce Watson (Bruce Watson (guitarist)), guitarist with Scottish rock band Big Country ''See also'': List of mayors of Timmins. File:Fire Department in Timmins, Ontario.jpg thumb right Timmins Fire


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in the 1960s increased the value of the industry and today the city continues to prosper because of numerous additional gold deposits and important zinc, copper, nickel, and silver finds. Secondary industries, such as lumbering, government and business services and tourism have also helped to maintain this growth. Discovered by Sandy McIntyre (1869-1943), the McIntyre Mine (McIntyre Mines) was the last of the most important gold discoveries in the Camp. Many other gold mines would open up in the area around the Porcupine Camp in the next 60 years. However, no other gold mines discovered to date have ever equaled in value of importance than the first mines in the Timmins area, called the '''Big Three'''. Most of the people who came to the Porcupine area settled around Porcupine Lake and the Dome which is situated one mile from the lake. Four miles down the road, around the McIntyre Mine, the hamlet of Schumacher was established, which was named after Frederick Schumacher who was a supplier of 'miracle medicines' in a dry camp used as medicinal therapies. The downtown core of Timmins today was in fact the location for the company homes for employees of the Hollinger Mine. http: www.immigrationtimmins.com en arriveintimmins resources New_Residents_guide_ENG_Jan_2013.pdf Wikipedia:Timmins


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Bay, Dugwal, Finn Road, Hoyle, Ice Chest Lake, McIntosh Springs and Nighthawk. Local history in the area dates back over 300 years; back to the days the natives and the Hudson Bay Company frequented the land and navigated the waters. http: www.tourismtimmins.com events arts-culture La Galeruche Art Gallery, located at 32 Mountjoy Street North (Centre Culturel La Ronde), provides local francophone artists with a venue to exhibit


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, but his family moved to Timmins, Ontario very soon after he was born. Interview with Quick Stop Entertainment (5th question) Interview with Quick Stop Entertainment (8th question) LaMarche's childhood was filled with his "own little world of cartoons and sixties television".


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, and those aged 12 to 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Historic Landmarks As legend has it, in the spring of 1909, Harry Preston, a member of the Jack Wilson camp slipped on a rock and uncovered a mound of gold. His discovery created the gold rush of the Porcupine Camp and brought in miners and their families from all around the world. Today, Timmins is a thriving community rich in cultural diversity and mining heritage. Discover the city’s legacy and learn more about the people


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, but since then the price of gold has gone down significantly. Its other industries include forestry, tourism, recreation, health care, education, commercial and industrial commerce 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 Goldcorp


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; ref Pope, a resident of Timmins, recommended the Timmins option.National home globeandmail.com: Report urges moving Kashechewan to Timmins - Timmins, Ontario CHMT (CHMT-FM) 93.1 FM ''"Moose FM"'' - - CHIM-FM 102.3 FM Timmins 1158556 Ontario Ltd. (CHIM-FM) (Roger de

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thumb Aerial view of Dome Mine (File:Dome Mine 2.JPG) "super pit," 2010 thumb Specimen gold, probably from Pamour Mine. (File:Gold-d79a.jpg) '''Timmins''' is a city in northeastern Ontario, Canada on the Mattagami River. At the time of the Canada 2011 Census, its population was 43,165. At , Timmins was Canada's largest municipality in land area (List of the 100 largest cities and towns in Canada by area) until 1995, when the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in Alberta, was created, but 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 69th largest metropolitan area in Canada (List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in Canada). The statistical boundaries for its metropolitan area coincide with its municipal boundaries.

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