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Should snowmobiles be street legal?

Should snowmobiles be street legal?

Should you be able to drive a snowmobile down a City street? Some politicians in the Michigan Soo think so, and they're pushing for a new municipal policy to allow it.
Turcotte says 19 out of 20 ASI employees support layoffs

Turcotte says 19 out of 20 ASI employees support layoffs

Denis Turcotte, Algoma Steel's president and chief executive officer, today predicted good performance from his company over the next couple of quarters. As SooToday.com reported yesterday, ASI achieved a fourth-quarter profit of $10.
Stelco president sends letter to employees

Stelco president sends letter to employees

The following letter was sent today to employees of Stelco Inc.
Algoma Steel gets chummy with Tenaris parent company

Algoma Steel gets chummy with Tenaris parent company

When Denis Turcotte took over as president and chief executive officer of Algoma Steel Inc. in 2002, the first meeting he had with anyone outside ASI was with officials from the Techint Group of companies.
Trailblazers' groomer goes through ice <b>(new information)</b>

Trailblazers' groomer goes through ice (new information)

Sault Ste Marie OPP have issued a warning today to snowmobile operators about a safety hazard on the Goulais River. Yesterday, the Sault Trailblazers advised that its trail groomer broke through the river ice. It happened near the Bailey bridge.
Man threatens to shoot at OPP

Man threatens to shoot at OPP

35-year-old Marc Jean Lalonde of Elliot Lake is in police custody after police responded to a call yesterday from a man who said he'd taken several pills and "would open fire" if police responded.
Guess who ran into Carmine Biasucci yesterday

Guess who ran into Carmine Biasucci yesterday

Most people who run into Carmine Biasucci never forget the experience. Biasucci is the high-energy owner of CyberCanada Securities, voted Northern Ontario's Young Entrepreneur of the Year for 2002.
Algoma Steel strikes deal with Tenaris sister company

Algoma Steel strikes deal with Tenaris sister company

Buried deep in today's fourth-quarter announcement from Algoma Steel is an interesting tidbit that could have significant impact on the steel mill's viability and, some company-watchers believe, even its eventual ownership.
'Significant' delays expected on the International Bridge

'Significant' delays expected on the International Bridge

Starting on Monday, border-crossers can expect "significant" delays entering the Michigan Soo because of construction work on the new border facility, the U.S. General Services Administration advises.
Algoma Steel stops the bleeding

Algoma Steel stops the bleeding

After two consecutive quarters of unprofitability, Algoma Steel announced this afternoon that it turned a fourth-quarter profit of $10.l million.