Cochrane District – Timmins

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Timmins is named for Noah Timmins, who was the founder of the town in 1912 following the discovery of gold in the area. 


Location:  Timmins is located in the northcentral part of the Province and to the south of Cochrane.


District:  Cochrane District is named for Frank Cochrane, who was a former mayor of Sudbury and a minister of Lands & Forests and federal minister of Railways and Canals.


Courthouse – Timmins


Location:  7

Built:  Unknown

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Unknown

Contractor:  Unknown


Description:  The building faces west and is a three story red coloured brick and concrete structure. . The building is named as the Ontario Government Centre and houses the Ontario Court of Justice and government offices.


See:  The main courthouse is located at Cochrane.