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Algoma Steel faces work stoppages over pigeon poop

Algoma Steel faces work stoppages over pigeon poop

Work stoppages are likely inside Algoma Steel's Number Two Basic Oxygen Steel Process (BOSP) shop unless the company is allowed to shoot pigeons on sight, says Jerry Suuma, ASI's manager of safety, environmental and emergency services.
Tory millions rain down on Northern Ontario

Tory millions rain down on Northern Ontario

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government rained $10 million on Northern Ontario today, for everything from cancer research to roads to water to communications technology.
Mike Brown hits the war path against 'Slick Ernie'

Mike Brown hits the war path against 'Slick Ernie'

A surprise decision by Premier Ernie Eves yesterday to end the current session of the Ontario Legislature has put Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Mike Brown on the war path.
More hats in the City Council ring

More hats in the City Council ring

There are some new hats in the ring for this fall's City Council election. Kelly Marshall, a civil engineering technology student at Sault College, has indicated he'll be running in Ward 3.
Manu Malkani's notice of resignation

Manu Malkani's notice of resignation

The following is Manu Malkani's memo to staff and volunteers at Sault Area Hospital, announcing that he'll be stepping down as SAH'S president and chief executive officer effective March 31, 2004. Malkani (shown in a SooToday.
Planning process begins for Algoma forest

Planning process begins for Algoma forest

Public input is being sought in a two-and-half-year planning process that will determine the future of one million hectares of crown land in the Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa areas.
Nominations sought for new tourism awards

Nominations sought for new tourism awards

Tourism Sault Ste. Marie has created a new award to recognize excellence demonstrated by businesses, employees and volunteers in the tourism industry.
A lucky break for Dan Romanchuk's ducks

A lucky break for Dan Romanchuk's ducks

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has announced it's intervened to allow a Sault Ste. Marie man to continue feeding a flock of mallard ducks through one of the coldest winters in memory.
First sign of spring - LSSU prepares to burn a snowman

First sign of spring - LSSU prepares to burn a snowman

The first day of spring, we want you to know, is just eight days away. It officially arrives at 8 p.m. next Thursday, March 20, and Lake Superior State University is planning to hold its traditional snowman-burning ceremony just before noon that day.
OPSEU statement about pending Sault College layoffs

OPSEU statement about pending Sault College layoffs

Local 613 of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, representing academic staff at Sault College, have released a statement about pending layoffs there.