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Great Stories

Do you know someone with a great story? We want to share it!

Everyone knows a great person with a great story. So, our concept is simple. Find amazing people in our community with great stories to tell and share those stories with everyone else.

We are looking for heroes, philanthropists, innovators, volunteers, good neighbours, visionaries, donors, adventurers, veterans or anyone you think is a great person with a unique story.

Submit a short summary that includes the name of the person and the story you think we should highlight. Give us your name and contact info as well as the contact for the person you want us to write about (or he best person to contact that can tell their story).

Submit below.


Summit, two local cafes to provide free coffee to Sault police, firefighters, paramedics

Summit, two local cafes to provide free coffee to Sault police, firefighters, paramedics

‘We want to say thank you,’ church pastor says; Summit also planning Sept. 28 ‘Sault Salute’ free family carnival for public and first responders
Local doc soars into the 'wild' blue yonder <b>(8 photos)</b>

Local doc soars into the 'wild' blue yonder (8 photos)

Dr. Paul Wild, Sault Area Hospital physician, flies his floatplane from North Shore home to treat patients in hospital emergency department
Sault-born comedian in the running for national, international exposure

Sault-born comedian in the running for national, international exposure

Alex Wood one of 18 semi-finalists in online competition for big cash prize, appearances in Canada, Australia
Why I left Toronto and moved back in with my parents

Why I left Toronto and moved back in with my parents

Freelance writer Tiffy Thompson is back home. And she's OK with that
Children's book penned by Sault man a hit locally and abroad

Children's book penned by Sault man a hit locally and abroad

Michael Wray is currently working in Istanbul and released his first kids book, 'The Adventures of Tommy Tickles'
12-year-old with peanut allergy can eat one nut a day thanks to clinical trial&nbsp;<b>(2 photos)</b>

12-year-old with peanut allergy can eat one nut a day thanks to clinical trial (2 photos)

Sault boy reacting well to treatment
Has anyone seen Lloyd’s Apollo 11 painting?

Has anyone seen Lloyd’s Apollo 11 painting?

Sault native remembers art he created for the Sault's CJIC TV during 1969 moon landing; ‘I hope it’s still there,’ Lloyd Walton says
Business community steps up to buy Chris Carr a new fat bike

Business community steps up to buy Chris Carr a new fat bike

Community Living Algoma resident had his $1,400 bike stolen last weekend; money for new fat bike raised in just three hours
Not the usual fish story <b>(8 photos)</b>

Not the usual fish story (8 photos)

Second annual Take a Veteran Fishing event helps local modern day veterans relax, enjoy camaraderie
How a vodka brand with Sault roots became the gold standard

How a vodka brand with Sault roots became the gold standard

Katherine Vellinga credits the Sault with setting the path that led her to creating an acclaimed distillery