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Collision cracks power pole at Black Road and McNabb <b>(3 photos)</b>

Collision cracks power pole at Black Road and McNabb (3 photos)

Incident happened Friday evening
APH reporting three new COVID cases

APH reporting three new COVID cases

The new cases bring the number of active cases in Algoma to 30
Province to add 2,000 nurses to health care system, more spaces for nursing students

Province to add 2,000 nurses to health care system, more spaces for nursing students

Sault College welcomes news for nursing program
Ruscio brothers adding storage facilities on Queen St., Second Line

Ruscio brothers adding storage facilities on Queen St., Second Line

How hot is the storage business? Hot enough that Bill Gates recently joined the ownership group of the world's largest privately owned self-storage firm
Fully vaccinated can take off masks in Michigan, starting Saturday. Even indoors

Fully vaccinated can take off masks in Michigan, starting Saturday. Even indoors

No one will be required to wear masks outdoors, says Chippewa County Health Department
Long-term care minister questioned about residents dying of neglect

Long-term care minister questioned about residents dying of neglect

Merilee Fullerton announced a multi-million dollar nursing education investment for Ontario, but reporters focused on the commission’s report into long-term care homes that found some residents died of dehydration and malnourishment
For-profit homes, province continue to oppose pay equity for long-term care nurses, association says

For-profit homes, province continue to oppose pay equity for long-term care nurses, association says

Nurses angry that court battle over pay equity might be continued in a higher court as province and long-term care homes dispute pay-maintenance provisions in earlier court decision
<b>COVID-19:</b> Here's the situation in the Sault this week

COVID-19: Here's the situation in the Sault this week

Vaccination clinics added this week, eligibility expanded
FEEDBACK: Here's what you had to say about the news this week

FEEDBACK: Here's what you had to say about the news this week

Hot-button stories include a couple's 75th anniversary reunion, a local COVID rally and the potential repercussions from the protest
Third Line between hospital and Black Road to close for six months

Third Line between hospital and Black Road to close for six months

Reconstruction project starts next week