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Community Services

Welcome to the residents community services page. Learn about what Cobalt has to offer and how you can get involved. If you are looking for something in particular, simply use the tabs below and to the left in order to select a service from the menu.


There two cemeteries available to Cobalt and Coleman residents that are maintained by volunteers.

The Catholic Cemetery (Ste. Therese) situated at the boundary between Temiskaming Shores and Cobalt. Please contact the Timmins Diocese at 705-267-6224.

The Silverland Cemetery situated on Highway 11B, three (3) kilometres north of Cobalt.  Email: [email protected]


Both Cobalt churches are over 100 years old. Located at the corner of Nickle Street & Prospect Avenue in Cobalt, St. James Anglican Church offers services every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.

After the service, congregants are invited to stay and enjoy light refreshment in the adjoining meeting room. The room is equipped with a kitchen and can accommodate groups of 50 people.

St. Patrick’s English Catholic Church at 9 Miller Avenue offers weekly services at 5:30 p.m. every Saturday.

Other churches are located in Haileybury include La Paroisse Ste Croix (the French Catholic Church), the Pentecostal Church, Baptist Church and the Seventh Day Adventist.

Paul Penna Public Library

In 1971, the Town of Cobalt transferred the public library to a newly renovated building at 32 Lang Street where it enjoyed the luxury of space, more shelving, excellent equipment and close regional affiliation. Then disaster struck. On Christmas Eve 1984, a fire destroyed everything – building, equipment, books, historical records.

Within nine months Cobalters rallied. Debris had been cleared away, a new and innovative architectural design had been agreed upon and construction was underway on the beautiful, new building that would arise from the ashes of the old library.

The new public library opened its doors to the public April 14, 1986, despite some incomplete areas and delayed equipment and furnishings. By mid August, 1986, the Library Board had purchased the two lots adjacent to the library building so that the surrounding area might be beautified.

For additional information on the public library, please visit the website.

Cobalt, Latchford & Coleman Area Food Bank

The food bank is located on 22 Earle Street in Cobalt and is run by a group of committed volunteers who raise funds, collect food, shop for groceries, stock the food bank and disburse food to needy individuals and families within the municipalities of Cobalt, Coleman and Latchford.

Individuals or organizations wanting to donate to the food bank can call (705) 679-1197.

Health & Social Services

The Town of Cobalt shares many health and social services through our local communities, especially those of the City of Temiskaming Shores. Access information on these services below.

Health Care

Temiskaming Hospital
421 Shepherdson Road, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8121

Timiskaming Health Unit
247 Whitewood Avenue, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-4305
Toll-Free: (866) 747-4305

Timiskaming Home Support/Soutien a Domicile
367 Sutherland Way, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-2254

Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) Haileybury Office
240 Georgina Avenue, Suite 112 Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-2222
Toll Free: (888) 602-2222

Le Centre de santé communautaire du Temiskaming
May Street South, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5775

Diabetes Program – Timiskaming
285 Whitewood Avenue #8, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8722

Temiskaming Midwifery Practice
20 May Street South, Box 38, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6664

Dr. Sears Office
24 Prospect Avenue, Cobalt, ON
Phone: (705) 679-5466

Dr. Roedde Office
66 Main Street, Latchford, ON
Phone: (705) 676-2200


Timiskaming Hearing Clinic
285 Whitewood Avenue New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (800) 859-6754

Child & Family Care

Pavilion Family Resource Centre
302 Amwell Street, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-2128

One Kid’s Place Children’s Treatment Centre
Heritage Place, 213 Whitewood Avenue West, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 680-5437

Timiskaming Child and Family Services
24 Hour Service
25 Paget Street, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (866) 229-5437

Cochrane Temiskaming Resource Centre
34 Whitewood Avenue West, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5101

Temiskaming Midwifery Practice
20 May Street South, Box 38, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6664


Good Day Chiropractic
Dr. Michel Dupuis
247 Whitewood Avenue West, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6070

Gravity Health & Chiropractic Centre
Dr. Tim Zafiris
4-883317 Highway 65, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8877

Haileybury Family Chiropractic Clinic
Dr. Clifford Geddes
451 Ferguson Avenue, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-2777

Riverfront Chiropractic Health
Dr. Allan Mathieu
Main 51, Murray Street, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6363

Healing Arts Clinic
Dr. Lianne Pinkney
12 Elm Avenue, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5696


Dr. Bakalov Family Dentistry
95 Meridian Avenue, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-2141

Dr. Rick Caldwell
61 Paget Street North, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8161

Dr. Norm Campbell Dentistry
61 Paget Street North, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8161

Dr. John Marcassa Dentistry
4 247 Whitewood Avenue West, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8118

Tri-Town Dental Office
113-240 Georgina Avenue, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-5771

Massage Therapy

Healing Arts Clinic
12 Elm Avenue, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5696

Kneading Freedom Massage Therapy Clinic
39B Third Street, Englehart, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5380

Your Link to Health
166 Armstrong Street North, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5109

Mental Health & Addiction Services

Canadian Mental Health Association – Cochrane Temiskaming Branch
20 May Street South, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-4444

Alcoholics Anonymous
New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-7611

Timiskaming Health Unit
247 Whitewood Avenue, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-4305
Toll-Free: (866) 747-4305

Naturopathic Services

L’Heureux Lise
13 Armstrong Street North, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-7473


McKnight & Lee & Pepin Optometrists
7-247 Whitewood Avenue West, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-5511

Dr. Casey Baldovin & Dr. Laurie Mageau
247 Whitewood Avenue, Unit 52, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-7445


BioPed Footcare Centre
211 Armstrong Street North, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6886
Toll Free: (855) 324-6733


Findlay’s Drug Store
247 Whitewood Avenue West, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8186

Smallman Pharmacy
368 Main Street, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-5261

Chartrands Independent Grocer Pharmacy
55 Scott Street, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-8728

Walmart- New Liskeard
133 Ontario Highway 11, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6344


CBI Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre
421 Shepherdson Road, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-1088

Physio Solutions
30 Paget Street, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 628-3001

Rehab Health – Temiskaming Shores
421 Shepherdson Road, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-1088


Kara’s Touch Reflexology
Kara Hill Johnston
6006 Road B Twin Lakes Road, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-1328

Other Services

Community Living South Temiskaming
513 Amwell Street P.O. Box 1149, Haileybury, ON
Phone: (705) 672-2000

Temiskaming Patient Transfer Services Inc.
1107 Lakeshore Road, Haileybury, ON
Toll Free: (888) 731-7008

Northern Allergy Services Ltd.
Sudbury Telephone:
(705) 674-3283
Timmins Telephone: (705) 264-7575

Seizure & Brain Injury Centre
Toll Free:
 (866) 374-5377

Timiskaming Crisis Response System
Toll Free:
 (888) 665-8888

AIDS-HIV Anonymous Testing
Toll Free:
(800) 363-8388

AIDS HIV and Hep C Information and Support Services
Toll Free:
 (800) 387-3701

Canadian Cancer Society
Toll Free:
(888) 939-3333

Northeast Cancer Centre
Health Sciences North
Phone: (705) 522-6237

Assaulted Women’s Helpline
Toll Free:
(866) 863-0511

MEDIchair Temiskaming
211 Armstrong Street North, New Liskeard, ON
Phone: (705) 647-6886

Service Clubs

The three service clubs in the area include the Royal Canadian Legion, the Lions Club and the Rotary Club which includes members from the South Temiskaming region.

St. Patrick’s School

St. Patrick’s Catholic School, located at 119 Lang Street, is an elementary school housing students from grade one to grade eight. The school recently celebrated its 100th anniversary.

Citizen Self-Reporting

The Ontario Provincial Police is pleased to offer Citizen Self Reporting, an alternative reporting option that allows the public to report specific crimes to police via the internet, anywhere, anytime. The OPP’s Citizens Self Reporting system allows members of the public to use a computer or mobile device to report an incident without requiring an officer to attend the scene.

Citizen Self Reporting is simple and convenient and can be used when reporting incidents that do not involve injury or a suspect, or a crime that is not an emergency. The use of this new system is completely optional. Police will still attend a call for service if desired.

Visit the website yourself to check it out:

T 9-1-1 for DHHSI

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is improving its capacity for emergency response and enhancing the safety for an important segment of the communities it serves.

Beginning Wednesday, April 15, the OPP will be equipped to receive emergency calls for service via Text with 911 (T9-1-1) from people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired (DHHSI) and for which the OPP is the Primary Public Safety Answering Point (P-PSAP).

T9-1-1 enables emergency communication with OPP 9-1-1 call takers via text message (or SMS). In order to use T9-1-1, members of the DHHSI community must register their cell phones with their wireless carrier in advance. Some older model phones may not be compatible. Those who have more than one cell phone will need to register each phone individually. The T9-1-1 service is not intended for use by the general public.

An Information Card is available on the OPP website at this address ( and via several OPP-serviced jurisdictions. More information is also available through the Canadian Wireless Telecommunication Association at


“The OPP is committed to increasing accessibility for persons with disabilities, and has made extensive network upgrades to be able to offer Text with 9-1-1 service in the communities we serve.” — Commissioner J.V.N. (Vince) HAWKES

“Preparing to offer Text with 9-1-1 was complex and involved months of collaboration with our service provider and the communities. The OPP appreciates the patience of many stakeholders while we implemented the necessary changes to provide this important and innovative service.” – Chief Superintendent Rick BARNUM, Commander – OPP Communications and Technology Services Bureau