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Nighttime Street Sweeping 9:30PM to 7:30PM

From May 29 to June 2, the Public Works Department wishes to inform the public that crews will be doing nighttime street sweeping

Sunday May 29 starting 9:30 PM:

Connecting Link: Bruce Y, Harold (Beer Store to Northern College)

Monday May 30 starting 9:30 PM:

Connecting Link: HWY 101 East (Harold to Bristol)

Tuesday May 31 starting 9:30 PM:

Connecting Link: King

Wednesday June 1 starting 9:30 PM:

Connecting Link: King

Daytime Street Sweeping 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM

From May 30 to June 3, the Public Works Department wishes to inform the public that crews will be doing daytime street sweeping

Monday May 30 starting 7:30 AM:

Timmins North: Spruce N (Ross to Brousseau), Cedar (Jubilee to Hendry), Balsam (Jubilee to Brousseau), Birch (Jubilee to Brousseau), Maple (Jubilee to Brousseau)

Porcupine: Ferguson, Crawford, Rekela North

Tuesday May 31 starting 7:30 AM

Timmins North: Conrad, Lavigne, Blahey Crt, Simon Crt

Porcupine: Ottolen, Young N, Ruth N, Remembrance, Henry N, Division

Wednesday June 1 starting 7:30 AM

Timmins North: Brousseau (Murray to Maclean), Hamelin, Eyre

Porcupine: Florence N, Rekela S, Ruth S, Henry S

Thursday June 2 starting 7:30 AM:

Timmins North: Bartleman, Hamelin, Churchill, Richelieu

Friday June 3 starting 7:30 AM:

Timmins South: Wilcox (Wilson to Southern), Preston (Wilson to Southern), Cameron (Bannerman to Columbus)

Porcupine: Sutherland, New, Corporation, Florence South, Bristol

Note on the Plan:

Sweeping Operations will take several weeks to complete. There is a lot of sand to pick up every year, so we ask residents to remain patient. Weather conditions and mechanical issues play a major role in how quickly Public Works can complete the sweeping operations. Heavy rain and subzero temperatures will halt operations.

Posted No Parking Signs Advising Spring Maintenance:

Public Works would like to remind residents that yellow No Parking Signs will be posted to notify that Spring Maintenance will be taking place for daytime operations. Vehicles not complying with these No Parking signs will be ticketed and towed to allow for Street Sweeping crews to advance.

Priority Sequence for Street Sweeping Operations:

Day Operation:

Street Sweeping is never done in the area where Sanitation is taken place.

High density residential areas (Older Section of City: one-ways, narrow streets);

Low density residential areas

Night Operation:

Highway sections;

High density commercial sections;

Main Arterial Routes

Safety:

A reminder to respect safety signage as the safety of workers is very important.  

We thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Public Works Department

Posted by Shannon Resetar  On May 27, 2022 at 2:00 PM
  
The Public Works Department is lifting the reduced load restrictions for commercial motor vehicles and trailers effective Monday, May 30.

By-law 2006-6275 (https://timmins.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/258?preview=7545) is imperative to protect sensitive road infrastructure on certain highways and streets within the City of Timmins during a specified period of time.

Learn more about the how the City is working to maintain our roads online at https://www.timmins.ca/our_services/roads_and_infrastructure.
Posted by Amanda Dyer  On May 27, 2022 at 11:32 AM
  
Please be advised that Lonergan Blvd. will be closed between Airport Rd. and Suzanne St. starting Tuesday, May 31 for approximately three (3) days.

The closure will be conducted by Fer-Pal Construction Ltd. while work continues on the rehabilitation of the Airport Rd. watermain.

For more information on the project, visit https://www.timmins.ca/our_services/engineering/capital_works/2022_capital_works/watermain_lining.
Posted by Amanda Dyer  On May 27, 2022 at 9:13 AM
  

(Golden Manor Home for the Aged)
(Competition No. GM-2022-20)
(COMMUNITY COMMITMENT PROGRAM FOR NURSES - INCENTIVE PROGRAM)


Duties include:

  • Ensure resident care is provided within established nursing standards and principles; physicians’ orders and administrative policies; as well as, observe, report and record symptoms & conditions of residents; and take appropriate action
  • Assist in assessing residents and develop, implement, review and evaluate resident care plans
  • Plan, direct, and supervise the work of nursing and personal support workers assigned to care for residents
  • Administration of medication as required
  • Liaise with the multidisciplinary team, residents, family and physicians to meet the needs of residents
  • Support a culturally sensitive and resident/family centered approach to care
  • Active involvement in continuous improvement (CI) activities as required
  • Completion of RAI-MDS reporting
  • Other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Current RN registration in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Recent Experience in Geriatric and Long Term Care
  • C.P.R. and First Aid Certificate required
  • Computer literacy with Microsoft Office Suite and Electronic Charting
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Bilingual in French and English an asset
  • Able to regularly attend and work; all shifts and weekends as required
  • Clear Criminal Record Check required with Vulnerable Sector Screen
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination including booster mandatory
  • Ability to adhere to all infection prevention and control protocols and screening requirements

Salary:  $33.66 - $51.10 (2022) In accordance with the current O.N.A. Collective Agreement

INCENTIVE: $25,000 incentive funded by the Ministry of Health/Ontario Health

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY: 

  • Not have been employed as a nurse in Ontario in the six (6) months prior to being hired
  • Commit to two-years of employment at a full-time work schedule offered by the employer
  • Please review additional RN eligibility criteria at www.healthforceontario.ca/ccpn

All applications must be submitted to the Human Resources Department.

VIA FAX: 705-360-2685   
VIA E-MAIL: [email protected]  

Phone: 705-360-2628    www.timmins.ca

Although we may have your application on file, you must re-apply for this specific competition.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. The City of Timmins is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code. The City of Timmins will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. Personal information provided is collected under the authority of The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. 

Posted by Danic Galipeau  On May 26, 2022 at 11:13 AM
  

Night time Street Sweeping 9:30 PM to 7:30 PM

From May 24 to May 26, the Public Works Department wishes to inform the public that crews will be doing night time street sweeping

Monday May 23 starting 9:30 PM:

Timmins West: Shirley, Lafleur bridge

Tuesday May 24 starting 9:30 PM:

Connecting Link: Schumacher HWY: HWY 655 to McIntyre road

Wednesday May 25 starting 9:30 PM:

Connecting Link: Schumacher HWY:  McIntyre road to Carium road

Daytime Street Sweeping 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM

From May 24 to May 27, the Public Works Department wishes to inform the public that crews will be doing daytime street sweeping

Tuesday May 24 starting 7:30 AM

Timmins North: Murray, Hemlock, Roche, Tamarack, Hendry

South Porcupine: Moore

Wednesday May 25 starting 7:30 AM

Timmins North: Pine north of Ross, Cedar north of Ross, Balsam north of Ross, Birch north of Ross, Maple north of Ross

South Porcupine: Crawford, Evans

Thursday May 26 starting 7:30 AM:

Timmins North: Conrad, Lavigne, Blahey Ct, Simone Ct

Schumacher: Delnite

Friday May 27 starting 7:30 AM:

Timmins South: Lee, Moneta, Cedar south Moneta, Balsam south of Moneta, Birch south of Moneta

South Porcupine: Eric, Viola, Lawrence

Note on the Plan:

Sweeping Operations will take several weeks to complete. There is a lot of sand to pick up every year, so we ask residents to remain patient. Weather conditions and mechanical issues play a major role in how quickly Public Works can complete the sweeping operations. Heavy rain and subzero temperatures will halt operations.

Posted No Parking Signs Advising Spring Maintenance:

Public Works would like to remind residents that yellow No Parking Signs will be posted to notify that Spring Maintenance will be taking place for daytime operations. Vehicles not complying with these No Parking signs will be ticketed and towed to allow for Street Sweeping crews to advance.

Priority Sequence for Street Sweeping Operations:

Day Operation:

Street Sweeping is never done in the area where Sanitation is taken place.

High density residential areas (Older Section of City: one-ways, narrow streets);

Low density residential areas

Night Operation:

Highway sections;

High density commercial sections;

Main Arterial Routes

Safety:

A reminder to respect safety signage as the safety of workers is very important.  

We thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Public Works Department

Posted by Shannon Resetar  On May 25, 2022 at 9:03 AM
  

Through a collaborative partnership with the City of Timmins and Timmins and District Hospital (TADH), we are pleased to announce the appointment of Lia Fontana to the position of Administrator of the Golden Manor. Current Administrator Carol Halt announced her upcoming retirement late last year, with her final day slated for June 30, 2022. Lia will assume her new responsibilities effective June 13th, 2022 as part of an employee agreement between TADH and the City of Timmins.

 With over 30 years’ experience in the health care sector, Lia brings a wealth of knowledge in frontline health care, health care planning and development, rehabilitation and care of the elderly. Lia has held progressive leadership roles at the Timmins and District Hospital, including the Rehab/Stroke/Complex Continuing Care Coordinator, Interim Long Term Care Coordinator, Integrated Medical Manager and most recently the Director of Clinical Services where she oversaw Integrated Medical and the TADH offsite facility. A consistent leader, Lia has been instrumental in numerous change management and community integration projects, including the implementation of the Timmins Hospice Centre and offsite facility at TADH.

“If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that we are stronger together,” states Kate Fyfe, President and CEO of Timmins and District Hospital. “Strong, collaborative partnerships, like the one with the City of Timmins, ensure that our community and district is well supported and cared for. Our community is fortunate to have exceptional leaders, like Lia, in it and we’re proud to support the Golden Manor, its residents and their families.”

“We are fortunate to have someone so experienced be able to step right into the role,” says Chief Administrative Officer Dave Landers. “Our partnership with the Timmins and District Hospital allows our two organizations to work that much more closely together, and is nothing but beneficial to those currently in or entering long-term care. This is also an example of two employers working collaboratively to address current staffing shortages in our area.”

“I’m very pleased that Lia will be replacing me as the Administrator at the Golden Manor,” says Carol Halt, Administrator of the Golden Manor. “I’ve had the privilege of working with Lia in the past, and I’m confident that her experience and leadership style will be a positive addition to the wonderful Golden Manor team! I wish Lia all the best as she transitions into her new role.”

Posted by Amanda Dyer  On May 24, 2022 at 2:59 PM
  
It’s World Bee Day and Bee City Timmins is reminding residents that our pollinators need protection. Bees and other pollinators like butterflies, moths, beetles, and wasps provide a fundamental role in protecting the earth’s ecosystems. Without them, a large percentage of our natural food source would disappear.

That’s why Bee City Timmins works year-round to promote the importance of our pollinators. Timmins’ status as a Bee City requires three commitments: Educate the public on pollinators; help create pollinator-friendly habitats; and, celebrate pollinators at events like Pollinator Week in June.

This year, Bee City Timmins will kick-off Pollinator Week on Sunday, June 19th at Gilles Lake. Residents can learn more about how Bee City Timmins is working to protect our pollinators. Event details are online at Timmins.ca.

“We’re inviting the community to come see why being a Bee City is important,” says Environmental Coordinator Christina Beaton. “Residents can make seed balls and pick up a seed bookmark to help create their own pollinator-friendly garden. A number of our community partners will also be on-hand to share how they’re working to help with promote, celebrate and create pollinator-friendly habitats across our community.”

Bee City Timmins is also working with Timmins Horticultural Society to update the garden space at the top of Lakeshore Rd. off Gilles Lake. Bee City Timmins will be transforming more municipal plots into pollinator-friendly habitats that will improve and promote sustainability across our community.

“Pollinator-friendly plants are hearty and beautiful for anyone’s garden,” adds Beaton. “It’s a great way to give our pollinators a fighting chance. The bees will love it!”
Posted by Amanda Dyer  On May 20, 2022 at 10:32 AM
  

A Special Council Meeting has been called for May 20, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. in Council Chambers to discuss the following items:

Special Meeting:

Connecting Link Construction: Traffic Management Plans

In-Camera Meeting to follow:

The security of the property of the Municipality or Local Board.

For more information, contact the Clerks Department:
220 Algonquin Blvd. East
Timmins, Ontario
P4N 1B3
[email protected]

Posted by Amanda Dyer  On May 18, 2022 at 2:57 PM
  
Detour plans are now in place for the next phase of Connecting Link construction. This year, motorists will have two options to divert safely around the work area.

Segment 6 of construction will see improvements along Algonquin Blvd. West from Theriault Blvd. to Mountjoy St. This is the second downtown segment and once again includes full-depth reconstruction of the roadway, replacement of underground services like water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer, and pole relocation.

At the start of construction, access to the Mountjoy St. intersection will be maintained. Two detour routes will be available extending north and south from Algonquin Blvd. W. Vehicles and cyclists can bypass construction heading north along Theriault Blvd. to Vimy Ave. proceeding to Mountjoy St. N. The southern detour route runs from Cameron St. S. to Commercial Ave. proceeding to Mountjoy St. S.

“In this segment of the Connecting Link construction, we are not hampered by the Mattagami River,” says Project Coordinator Eryk Rice. “With two detour options, the result will be less traffic congestion.”

To help maintain traffic flow, a temporary 4-way stop will be added at the intersection of Theriault Blvd. and Vimy Ave. and a temporary 3-way stop will be added at the intersection of Vimy Ave. and Mountjoy St. N. Temporary traffic lights will be installed along the southerly route on Cameron St. S. at Wilson Ave. and Commercial Ave. and on Commercial Ave. at Mountjoy S. Motorists should allow for some delay and be prepared to stop once signage is in place.

Commercial motor vehicles will be using the familiar truck detour along Shirley St. to Lafleur Dr. and onto Laforest Rd. before reaching Hwy. 655. Council has approved a temporary speed limit reduction along the truck detour on Airport Rd. The posted speed will be 50 km/h from Laforest Rd. through the area of the Kraft Creek Bridge.

We can also confirm that residents will have access to all businesses located in this section of Algonquin Blvd. W.,” adds Rice. “Most businesses have entry through a secondary road like Rea St. N. or Preston St. There are a handful of businesses that will be provided with temporary access from a neighboring property off of Rea St. N. This will be maintained by the contactor and signage will be in place directing traffic.”
Posted by Amanda Dyer  On May 18, 2022 at 2:53 PM
  

File No. Z-2022-09
5627 050 057 01600

TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the City of Timmins will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, City of Timmins, 220 Algonquin Boulevard East, Timmins, Ontario, to gather public input regarding a proposed Zoning By-law Amendment under Section 34 of the Planning Act, R.S.O 1990, c. P. 13, as amended.

Applicant: Calanit Inc. (Agent: Rivard Engineering, Kevin Russell)

Location: Concessions 1 and 2, Part of Lot 10, Registered Plan 6R1660, Parts 3 to 6, Parcel 13991WT, Tisdale Township, City of Timmins (northeast corner of Vipond Road and Gold Mine Road)

THE PURPOSE AND EFFECT of the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is to rezone the subject lands currently zoned Rural (RD-RU) to Light Industrial (Class 1) (EA-I1). This will allow for a proposed tractor trailer fleet parking lot and a future maintenance shop for the applicant’s tractor trailer fleet.

ANY PERSON may attend the public meeting and/or make written or verbal representation either in support of or in opposition to the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment.

If a person or public body would otherwise have an ability to appeal the decision of Council of the City of Timmins to the Ontario Land Tribunal but the person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting or make written submissions to the City of Timmins before the by-law is passed, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision.

If a person or public body does not make oral submissions at a public meeting, or make written submissions to the City of Timmins before the by-law is passed, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Ontario Land Tribunal unless, in the opinion of the Tribunal, there are reasonable grounds to do so.

If you wish to be notified of the decision of the City of Timmins on the proposed zoning by-law amendment, you must make a written request to Steph Palmateer, City Clerk, City of Timmins, 220 Algonquin Boulevard East, Timmins, Ontario, P4N 1B3.

For more information about this matter, including information about appeal rights, contact the Planning Division, City of Timmins, 220 Algonquin Boulevard East, Timmins, Ontario, P4N 1B3, telephone number 705-360-2624 or via email at [email protected]

Dated at the City of Timmins this 17th day of May, 2022.

Calanit Inc. Location Map

Posted by David St.Onge  On May 17, 2022 at 8:28 AM
  
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