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Varsity Sabercats looking to start strong

Varsity Sabercats looking to start strong

Defence and depth are two keys for the Sault Sabercats varsity team as the new season opens
Take back the night, march towards a future without violence

Take back the night, march towards a future without violence

The protest to end violence against women takes place on May 16
JV Sabercats set for season opener

JV Sabercats set for season opener

'There's some nervous anticipation' - JV Sabercats coach Jim Monico
‘This is complex,’ says Algoma Public Health doctor of government plan to merge health units

‘This is complex,’ says Algoma Public Health doctor of government plan to merge health units

Proposal calls for grouping of APH, other northeastern health units, as well as Muskoka, into one area
Evidence that trip to Sault, Ont. was human smuggling is 'overwhelming', Crown argues

Evidence that trip to Sault, Ont. was human smuggling is 'overwhelming', Crown argues

Actually, the man in question thought he was driving his friend's cousins, and there is no evidence that he knew they didn't have legit Canadian passports, says his lawyer
<b>Adopt Me:</b> Beautiful Bella likes to be the center of attention

Adopt Me: Beautiful Bella likes to be the center of attention

She recently lost her owner and is looking for a home without other cats
Abattoirs need recognition as essential service, says Algoma farming group

Abattoirs need recognition as essential service, says Algoma farming group

Algoma Beef Corp. growing demand for Northern-produced beef, abattoir plans underway
St. Marys River nets $50,000 for cleaning, restoration

St. Marys River nets $50,000 for cleaning, restoration

Funds will be used to help develop a sediment management strategy, advance fish habitat restoration, and hire a Remedial Action Plan Coordinator
VIDEO: New in the Soo - Soo Auto aims to fix you up

VIDEO: New in the Soo - Soo Auto aims to fix you up

New auto repair shop opens on Second Line
NDP critic calls northern Ontario public health mergers 'callous'

NDP critic calls northern Ontario public health mergers 'callous'

NDP says people's health put at risk by plan to reduce northern health units from nine to just two