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Timmins

Timmins is located in northeastern Ontario around the Mattagami river with a large Francophone community – more than 50% bilingual (French-English). While Timmins serves as a regional service and distribution centre, the region relies on natural resource extraction and is supported by industries related to lumbering and mining gold, zinc, copper, nickel and silver. Besides these industries, Timmins is an attractive tourist destination with many attractions. Snowmobiling attracts tourists from all over North America to explore the area trails. Hollinger Park is a destination for many families with splash pads, playgrounds, trails, a regulation-sized baseball diamonds, soccer fields and more.

Destination Dynamics: Real-time Local Tourism Revenue & Labour Forecasting for Timmins

  • Timmins experienced a 43% loss when the pandemic hit; recovery remained slow through 2020-2021
  • Accommodation revenues fell by 35.2% when the pandemic hit; recovery remained slow in 2020-2021
  • Recreation revenues declined by 27.2% in 2019-2020; recovery remained slow in 2020-2021
  • The area is forecasted to lose 1487 tourism and hospitality jobs over 2020 – 2025

Ontario Tourism Education Corporation. (2022). Destination Dynamics: Real-time local Tourism Revenue & Labour Forecasting model [data v1. 2022].

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TSNO funded training opportunities at work in Timmins

Take a moment to learn more about our partners and what they’re actively working on in Timmins.

Tourism SkillsNet North (TSNN)​

TSNO members can tap into career-ready candidates who are looking to work in Northern Ontario. Candidates can select from positions such as Line Cook, Food and Beverage Server, Dock Hand, Housekeeper or Front Desk.

Future-proof your business with the Resiliency Training Series

The Resiliency Series focuses on addressing skill gaps and building a more adaptable workforce within the uncertain COVID-19 environment.

Managers & Supervisors

The Leadership Excellence series focuses on developing the skills of new, emerging, and experienced managers and supervisors for success.

Freshwater Fishing Guide

TSNO members can tap into career-ready candidates who have graduated from Hard Ice Water Fishing, Freshwater Fishing Guide & Ambassador, and Hunting Guide & Ambassador programs.

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