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Soo Greyhounds advisory about tonight's game

Soo Greyhounds advisory about tonight's game

Winter's officially over, and you still haven't taken Granny to a Soo Greyhounds game? You're such a meanie! The hockey club has asked SooToday.com to tell you that as of 12:30 p.m.
Jim Loney arrives in Toronto at noon today

Jim Loney arrives in Toronto at noon today

MEDIA ALERT CHRISTIAN PEACEMAKER TEAMS ****************** WHAT: James Loney returns home WHERE: Pearson International Airport, Terminal 1, Toronto WHEN: Approximately 12:30 p.m.

Colleges claim errors in OPSEU news releases

NEWS RELEASE ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY OF ONTARIO ******************** Corrections to OPSEU news releases TORONTO, March 25 - Two news releases issued by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) on March 24 and
Wednesday class start 'absolutely inexcusable,' union says

Wednesday class start 'absolutely inexcusable,' union says

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION ******************* Keeping students out of class Monday "inexcusable and incomprehensible," union says TORONTO, March 25 - Less than a day after signing an agreement to end an 18-day faculty strike
Accounting prof dies after picket line accident

Accounting prof dies after picket line accident

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES UNION ******************** Union mourns John Stammers, 62 TORONTO, March 25 - It is with deep sorrow that the members of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union learned of the death today of John Stamm
<b>Sault College announces return to classes</b>

Sault College announces return to classes

NEWS RELEASE SAULT COLLEGE ********************** Sault College students return to class on Wednesday Most regular classes at Sault College will resume on Wednesday, March 29, 2006.
College students demand strike compensation

College students demand strike compensation

NEWS RELEASE COLLEGE STUDENT ALLIANCE ********************* College students relieved after weeks of uncertainty in province-wide faculty strike TORONTO, March 24 - After 18 days, Ontario college students can finally breathe a sigh of relief - they w
Loney leaves Baghdad

Loney leaves Baghdad

Sault Ste. Marie's Jim Loney and fellow freed peace activist Harmeet Singh Sooden left Baghdad this morning on a Canadian Forces C-130 Hercules transport plane, the Canadian Press is reporting.
A picture of Tony Martin hanging at the Finnish Embassy

A picture of Tony Martin hanging at the Finnish Embassy

Sault Ste. Marie's Raimo Viitala, honorary consul for Finland, visited Ottawa this week for a reception at the Finnish embassy.
Bigger better bingo, beginning today

Bigger better bingo, beginning today

Greenbelt Bingo has joined forces with government gaming associations to create a bigger, better bingo starting Saturday.