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These stories about local people previously featured in the news are made possible through the continued support of IDA Pharmacy as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Inventor seeks investors for long walk on thick ice

Inventor seeks investors for long walk on thick ice

Brendan Syrette has a winning performer in his invention of the Trigger but is looking to cast his line further
Training takes on key role in an uncertain winter for Mac Marcoux

Training takes on key role in an uncertain winter for Mac Marcoux

Having not competed in a World Cup event this season due to COVID-19, Mac Marcoux is doing what he can to make the best use of his time
How Algoma Autism Foundation continues to fight isolation during COVID

How Algoma Autism Foundation continues to fight isolation during COVID

Despite difficulties, organization continues to support families
'We rolled until we couldn't roll anymore' say snowman builders

'We rolled until we couldn't roll anymore' say snowman builders

So many orders were received that the local family had to create a waiting list to keep track - and they couldn't be happier about it
Race, class, drugs and a new approach to anti-stigma campaigns

Race, class, drugs and a new approach to anti-stigma campaigns

Frank Rupnik takes a solutions journalism approach to covering the issue of drug abuse stereotypes
Ever wonder how some of these west-end schools got their names?

Ever wonder how some of these west-end schools got their names?

Who were David Kyle, Uriah McFadden and Isabel Fletcher?
A family farm that helped grow a community <b>(19 photos)</b>

A family farm that helped grow a community (19 photos)

Five generations of the Coulter family have furrowed fields for kin and community on Elmlahoma
Legion Hap Ki Do club kicks for a cause <b>(11 photos)</b>

Legion Hap Ki Do club kicks for a cause (11 photos)

The club held a kickathon to raise money for Sault Legion Branch 25
How a friendship formed over a donated heart

How a friendship formed over a donated heart

A follow up to the story of Adam Prashaw and the journey his heart made back into his father's life
Sault-born Order of Canada recipient continues cancer research

Sault-born Order of Canada recipient continues cancer research

After rubbing shoulders with Donald Sutherland and such, Dr. Robert Korneluk, aged 70, went back to work on immunotherapy