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Ontario court strikes down wage-limiting law for public sector workers

Ontario court strikes down wage-limiting law for public sector workers

Bill 124 limits wage increases at one per cent per year for Ontario Public Service employees
Stay alert for online fraudsters, police warn

Stay alert for online fraudsters, police warn

With the holiday season approaching, officers in the Sault Ste. Marie Police Services Central Support Bureau have been receiving more frequent reports of online fraud
Strive Young Professionals announce Visionary Awards nominees

Strive Young Professionals announce Visionary Awards nominees

First in-person celebration in two years
Clinic to offer ketamine-assisted psychotherapy in the Sault

Clinic to offer ketamine-assisted psychotherapy in the Sault

Canadian Centre for Psychedelic Healing will begin its ketamine-based treatment for mental illness, chronic pain beginning in early December
Missanabie Cree to aid investigation of unmarked residential school burials

Missanabie Cree to aid investigation of unmarked residential school burials

First Nation to partner with environmental consultant to offer investigative expertise to residential school survivors, Indigenous communities as searches continue for unmarked burials across Canada
Young man guilty of careless driving causing death of cyclist

Young man guilty of careless driving causing death of cyclist

Crown and defence jointly recommends a $5,000 fine and a 12-month driving suspension
Driver charged with impaired after OPP find vehicle in ditch

Driver charged with impaired after OPP find vehicle in ditch

Officers responded to Lakeshore Drive near Red Rock on Saturday afternoon
School collects 1,200 books to spark love of reading in all kids

School collects 1,200 books to spark love of reading in all kids

St. Francis French Immersion Catholic School book drive blitz collected new, gently loved books for Piper Project
Man accused of spitting on, threatening security personnel

Man accused of spitting on, threatening security personnel

Bay Street disturbance call leads to assault charge
Northern students see government up close as Queen's Park pages

Northern students see government up close as Queen's Park pages

Students from Wawa, Sudbury among 150 boys and girls selected to serve in province's legislative assembly