Thirty-four students from Écho du Nord braved the cold on Feb.15 as participants in The Push for Change campaign intended to end youth homelessness. During the event the students built temporary shelters in Riverside Park.

Pushing for Change in Kapuskasing

Students from Écho du Nord and members of the Kapuskasing Ontario Provincial Police faced frosty winds and a frigid chill in the Riverside Park on Feb

Carignan case proceeding

The case in which Kapuskasing resident Patrick Carignan who is charged with murdering 24-year-old Moonbeam woman, Emanuelle D’amours in February, 2015

Brunet case headed to trial

The case involving Kapuskasing man Shawn Brunet, who is charged among other offences with arson with disregard for human life, is headed to trial in C

his past week, Timmins mayor Steve Black proposed yet another version of the CDSSAB funding apportionment formula in hopes of saving the city nearly $2 million. Kapuskasing mayor and CDSSAB chair, Alan Spacek (above), shared his thoughts on the matter with The Times this week.

CDSSAB struggle continues…

The continuing issues regarding the funding apportionment formula for the Cochrane District Social Services Administration Board (CDSSAB) are once aga

he gymnasium at Coeur du Nord was packed with families as Abundant Life and the Rooted Youth Ministry hosted a Family Fun Night on Feb.10.

Fun for the whole family

The gymnasium at Coeur du Nord was filled with sights and sound of merriment as the Rooted Youth Ministry group and members of Abundant Life hosted a