city in northeastern Ontario, Canada
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Timmins is a city in the Canadian province of Ontario. The population of Timmins was 43,165 in 2011.[1] The mayor of Timmins is Tom Laughren. Timmins was founded in 1912 by Noah Timmins after there were gold discoveries in the Porcupine Camp, although South Porcupine and Schumacher were formed in 1911. Naoshima, Kagawa in Japan is a sister city to Timmins.

City of Timmins
Timmins, Ontario
Timmins, Ontario
Coordinates: Coordinates: 48°28′N 81°20′W / 48.467°N 81.333°W / 48.467; -81.333
 • MayorTom Laughren
 • Governing BodyTimmins City Council
 • MPCharlie Angus (NDP)
 • MPPsGilles Bisson (NDP)
 • Land2,961.58 km2 (1,143.47 sq mi)
 • Total42,997
 • Density14.5/km2 (38/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC-5 (EST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-4 (EDT)
Postal code span
P4N, P4P, P4R, P0N
Area codes705 and 249
WebsiteCity of Timmins Website

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CKGB 750

CHYK 104.1

References Edit

  1. "Focus on Geography Series, 2011 Census: Census subdivision of Timmins, CY - Ontario". Statistics Canada. Government of Canada. 7 January 2016. Retrieved 23 February 2016.

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