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Community Living Algoma residents at risk, CUPE says

Community Living Algoma residents at risk, CUPE says

The Canadian Union of Public Employees said today that Community Living Algoma (CLA) has set the stage for a long labour disruption by locking out its members.
Industrial park rail link gets funding

Industrial park rail link gets funding

FedNor funding was announced today for a 592-metre rail spur linking a north-end industrial park to the Canadian National/Wisconsin Central main line.
Mackinac Bridge to get $1 million security system

Mackinac Bridge to get $1 million security system

The Mackinac Bridge will undergo an $8 million paint job this year, as well as installation of a $1 million security system including cameras, motion detectors and alarms.
Spending spree: half a million every minute, for 4 hours

Spending spree: half a million every minute, for 4 hours

Last night in Sault Ste. Marie, nine men and two women spent half a million dollars every minute, in a stunning spending spree that lasted four hours. Sault Ste.
Community Living Algoma locks out employees

Community Living Algoma locks out employees

Community Living Algoma locked out its workers at 11 p.m. Wednesday, after they rejected a tentative settlement reached Tuesday in mediation.
Province introduces new group health model

Province introduces new group health model

The following news release was issued today by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care: ***************************************************************** Ernie Eves government introduces new model of physician group practice TORONTO, April
Dofasco makes $47.1 million in first quarter

Dofasco makes $47.1 million in first quarter

One day after Stelco Inc. announced a first-quarter loss of $44 million, rival Dofasco says it made more than that much in profits.
Joseph Fratesi explains the budget

Joseph Fratesi explains the budget

At 4:30 this afternoon, City Council will start to paw through the 300-plus pages in the thick binder that EZ Rock's John Campbell is holding in our photograph.
Idled first response teams are again good to go

Idled first response teams are again good to go

Medical first response teams that were idled in recent days in Prince and Aweres Townships, Searchmont, Goulais River and Batchawana were cleared for action again as of Tuesday night, Goulais Fire and Rescue Chief Bob Menard tells SooToday.com.
Algoma's public secondary teachers strike a deal

Algoma's public secondary teachers strike a deal

A tentative agreement was reached today between the Algoma District School Board and its secondary teachers.