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Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

CRIME STOPPERS NEWS RELEASE **************************** On Sunday February 29, police officers from East Algoma OPP were busy attending local churches in Elliot Lake although this was not for religious reasons.
Canada introduces Aboriginal mining initiative

Canada introduces Aboriginal mining initiative

NEWS RELEASE - GOVERNMENT OF CANADA, MINING ASSOCIATION OF CANADA *************************** Tool kit to increase Aboriginal involvement in mining EDMONTON, March 17 - The Honourable Anne McLellan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Public Safety an
Do you like the colour of me hat?

Do you like the colour of me hat?

Would you like some Irish spirit with your Irish cream? After an exhausting search, Marilyn Cypas, owner of Saint Cinnamon in the Station Mall was one of the few people SooToday.com could find showing off their spirit today.
Why Chris Robinson won't be Entrepreneur of the Year

Why Chris Robinson won't be Entrepreneur of the Year

A couple of 18-year-old Saultites are facing drug trafficking charges after a search of their home in the 100 block of McNabb Street. Arriving around 1:50 p.m. yesterday, police seized ready-for-sale packets of cocaine, marijuana and cannabis resin.
$500,000 fire destroys lumber operation

$500,000 fire destroys lumber operation

A pillar of smoke and fire dominated the night sky near Echo Bay late Tuesday as a local sawmill was destroyed by fire. The main building at Sylvan Valley Lumber (also known as Echo Bay Milling Co.
Kudos for Kevin

Kudos for Kevin

Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Mike Brown was on hand as Kevin Mills from Desbarats received a 2004 Marion Drysdale award at the annual meeting of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation.
Algoma U. teleports game conference out of town

Algoma U. teleports game conference out of town

For a second consecutive year, Algoma University College's Computer Game Technology Conference won't take place in Sault Ste. Marie.
DNA sampling identifies fire victim

DNA sampling identifies fire victim

Ontario Provincial Police have confirmed the identity of a man who died last December in a fire in Northshore Township near Blind River. The OPP's East Algoma detachment said this afternoon that the victim was 55-year-old Francis Xavier Talbot.
Leah Casselman takes a run at MPAC managers

Leah Casselman takes a run at MPAC managers

For months, former Sault Mayor Steve Butland has been saying something's very wrong at MPAC, the Municipal Property Assessment Corp.
The latest dish on West Neebish

The latest dish on West Neebish

NEWS RELEASE - U.S. COAST GUARD ***************************** Opening of lower West Neebish channel SAULT STE. MARIE, MI –Captain of the Port Sault Ste.