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Re-routing trucks would cost $11 million

Re-routing trucks would cost $11 million

The best route for trucks travelling to and from the International Bridge is along Queen, Hudson and John Streets, according to an inch-thick environmental assessment to be presented to City Council on Monday night.
Aboriginal elders meet at AUC

Aboriginal elders meet at AUC

Bea Shawanda of Sault Ste. Marie travels North America teaching a lesson she learned from her dog. Shawanda (shown at left) was the keynote speaker at a weekend Elders Conference at Algoma University College.
Emergency road information

Emergency road information

As another winter storm warning went into effect, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation was warning that its main road information number will not be available for the duration of the OPSEU strike.
The City's $100,000 club

The City's $100,000 club

Former mayor Joe Fratesi leads the list of City of Sault Ste. Marie employees who earned salary and taxable benefits in excess of $100,000 last year.
Businesses seek Willow Avenue extension

Businesses seek Willow Avenue extension

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City Council to revisit pesticide issue

City Council to revisit pesticide issue

For the sixth time in 13 years, Sault Ste. Marie City Council is about to revisit the issue of pesticide use. City councillors will be asked Monday night to continue allowing use of the controversial chemicals on private property.
Garden River rebuffs snowmobile negotiations

Garden River rebuffs snowmobile negotiations

The City of Sault Ste. Marie's bid to extend its snowmobile trails throuugh Garden River (Ketegaun Seebee) First Nation has been sharply rejected.
Soo hospitals extend visitor restrictions

Soo hospitals extend visitor restrictions

Sault Area Hospitals (SAH) announced today that flu-related visitor restrictions will remain in effect. The decision was reached in consultation with Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Allan Northan.
Trailblazers reopen snowmobile trails

Trailblazers reopen snowmobile trails

Sault Trailblazers announced today that colder temperatures have allowed them to reopen local snowmobile trails for use by their permit buyers.
Funding announcement Saturday at Searchmount

Funding announcement Saturday at Searchmount

Sault MP Carmen Provenzano and Algoma District MP Brent St. Denis will be at Searchmount Ski Resort on Saturday to make an announcement about Fednor funding. The 11 a.m. announcement will coincide with a celebration of the end of Spring Break.