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Bomb threat closes International Bridge

Bomb threat closes International Bridge

The International Bridge was closed for more than one-and-a-half hours Friday night after a bomb threat was received shortly after 5 p.m. Officials closed the structure at 5:41 p.m. to search for explosives.
In the mood for some autumn colour?

In the mood for some autumn colour?

If you're in the mood for some fall foliage, you'll want to know that COPS (the Community Operated Police Storefront) and Crime Stoppers are organizing a Fall Colour Run. The event, sponsored by a group of Sault Ste.
PC candidate says Sault passed over for government jobs

PC candidate says Sault passed over for government jobs

Sudbury has become the unofficial capital of Northeastern Ontario and is sucking up government jobs at the expense of Sault Ste.
NDP leader visits Sault tonight

NDP leader visits Sault tonight

Howard Hampton will be the first party leader to hit Sault Ste. Marie during the current provincial election. At 7 p.m. tonight the NDP leader will officially open Tony Martin's campaign office at 16 Queen Street East.
Para Bus may accept people without wheelchairs

Para Bus may accept people without wheelchairs

Eight years after restricting the use of the Para Bus to people in wheelchairs, attendants and dialysis patients, Sault Transit is preparing to relax the eligibility criteria.
Orazietti advises City Council of his intentions

Orazietti advises City Council of his intentions

David Orazietti intends to hold onto his Ward 1 City Council seat during his campaign as Sault Ste. Marie's Liberal candidate in the October 2 provincial election.
What Mr. Lidstone did today

What Mr. Lidstone did today

There will be a race for the Ward 2 seat on the Algoma District School Board. Incumbent Graham Lidstone filed his nomination papers today. He'll be running against Harold Blackwood of Campbell Avenue, who filed his papers on August 21.
A Goulaigan comes back for more

A Goulaigan comes back for more

Larry Pallot, who represents Prince Township - Unorganized Townships on the Algoma District School Board, will be running again in this fall's school board elections.
Meet the new boss at The Sutherland Group <b>(video)</b>

Meet the new boss at The Sutherland Group (video)

Her name is Michelle Raso. A little over ten years ago, she was working the phones at a call centre.