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Karley gets her milk, decision reversed province-wide

Karley gets her milk, decision reversed province-wide

Carrie Bovingdon learned today that the Ontario Ministry of Health has reversed its decision to slash support for the pediatric powder her child Karley needs to survive.
Algoma Steel turns a profit

Algoma Steel turns a profit

Algoma Steel has moved into the black, reporting its first quarterly profit in two years. The company has posted a second-quarter profit of $21.6 million or $1.03 per share. That compares to a net loss of $47.8 million for the same quarter last year.
Why Mario Laino will be watching you this weekend

Why Mario Laino will be watching you this weekend

Don't say we didn't warn you. Senior Constable Mario Laino (shown), together with every other available traffic and marine officer in Northeastern Ontario, will be working this Civic Holiday weekend as part of an OPP crackdown on aggressive driving.
Ontario Government takes away nine-year-old's milk

Ontario Government takes away nine-year-old's milk

Carrie Bovingdon got the shock of her life on Monday. The Sault Ste.
Friendship Centre board faces another ouster attempt

Friendship Centre board faces another ouster attempt

Directors of the Sault Ste. Marie Indian Friendship Centre will face a third ouster attempt on Thursday, August 8.
Chamber supports four-laning of Trans-Canada Highway

Chamber supports four-laning of Trans-Canada Highway

The Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce has added its endorsement to a proposed four-laning of the TransCanada Highway from coast to coast.
Sault says farewell to Charlie Swift

Sault says farewell to Charlie Swift

At the Arthur Funeral home this afternoon, no fewer than six of Charlie Swift's trademark hats were on display. His golf clubs were there. So was his cribbage board.
Algoma bishop asks Elvis impersonator to resign as priest

Algoma bishop asks Elvis impersonator to resign as priest

The Right Reverend Ronald C. Ferris, Anglican Bishop of Algoma, is asking for the resignation of an ordained priest who conducts weddings and funerals as "Elvis Priestly," the Toronto Star reports.
Charlie Swift memorial to be held Sunday

Charlie Swift memorial to be held Sunday

Charlie Swift, considered by many to have been the 'conscience' of City Hall for more than 20 years, has died.
Stelco reaches tentative agreement with Hamilton workers

Stelco reaches tentative agreement with Hamilton workers

Stelco Inc. announced late Friday that it's reached a tentative agreement with United Steelworkers of America Local 1005, averting a strike at its Hilton Works in Hamilton. Here's the full text of a news release issued by the company at 9:32 p.m.