Timiskaming


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Timiskaming,

Que., Canada: see TemiscamingTemiscaming
, Témiscamingue
, or Timiskaming
, town (1991 pop. 2,944), SW Que., Canada, at the south end of Lake Timiscaming, NE of North Bay. A paper mill is the town's most important industry. Gold, silver, cobalt, and arsenic are mined in the region.
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The new surface and drill-ready gold targets include intrusion related mineralization, Timiskaming conglomerate mineralization, and geophysical anomalies, that are located along the Nettie Lake Gold trend.
In the foreground is the "War Taurus" and behind is either the "War Hydra" or the "War Timiskaming".
Timiskaming first nation said it wants to restore the moose population in its territory--about 3400 square km straddling the Ontario/Quebec border--to a healthy size.
People fled into Lake Timiskaming to shelter from the fire and falling
The Timiskaming Graben lies along the border of Ontario and Quebec within the Western Quebec Seismic Zone--a conspicuous belt of heightened intracratonic seismic activity, in eastern Canada.
For example, "Just try it!" and "Honour the process of the community"--illustrated using the communities of Haliburton County and Timiskaming District-offerconstructive suggestions for collaboratives entering into this type of work.
Development on Timiskaming Crown land was stalled for years when a land caution preventing staking and exploration activities was attached to nearly 10,000 square kilometres of land in the district as a result of the Native claim.
Terry Graves, spokesman for the Against the Adams Mine Coalition, based in New Liskeard in central Timiskaming, said they were watching the situation and were holding a public meeting Jan.
La Chambre a exprime ses condoleances suite au deces d'Edward Michael Havrot, qui a ete depute du district electoral de Timiskaming du 21 octobre 1971 au 17 septembre 1975, puis du 9 juin 1977 au 1er mai 1985.
During this period, the House expressed its condolence on the death of Edward Michael Havrot, Member for the Electoral District of Timiskaming from October 21, 1971 to September 17, 1975 and from June 9,1977 to May 1,1985.
"We received 23,000 signatures from students and young people across the country for that petition we put out against the removal of the post-secondary program," said Chief Conrad Poison of the Timiskaming First Nation.
For example, "Just try it!" and "Honour the process of the community" - illustrated using the communities of Haliburton County and Timiskaming District - offer constructive suggestions for collaboratives entering into this type of work.