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Local Chamber weighs in on Kyoto

Local Chamber weighs in on Kyoto

The Kyoto Protocol, ratified yesterday by the House of Commons, has more to do with politics than economics or the environment, says the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce.
Vernon Syrette re-elected in Batchewana

Vernon Syrette re-elected in Batchewana

Vernon Syrette has been re-elected as chief of Batchewana First Nation of Ojibways. An official count has not yet been communicated to SooToday.
Leslie Ann wouldn't move from derelict house

Leslie Ann wouldn't move from derelict house

About a dozen squatters moved out recently from the unheated derelict house where Leslie Ann Trussler died on Sunday. But Leslie stayed behind because she was too cold and exhausted to move, the London Free Press reports this morning.
Can Santa deliver Justin Pollari?

Can Santa deliver Justin Pollari?

The OPP haven't been able to locate Justin Pollari (shown), who was last seen December 7, 2001 in the Hilton Beach area of St. Joseph Island. Child Find has also been unsuccessful.
Sault funeral arrangements for Leslie Ann Trussler

Sault funeral arrangements for Leslie Ann Trussler

A funeral service for Leslie Ann Trussler will be held Friday at St. Luke's Cathedral in Sault Ste. Marie. The following announcement has been posted on SooToday.
Lament for Leslie Ann:  Why she won't be home for the holidays

Lament for Leslie Ann: Why she won't be home for the holidays

*************************************************** On Sunday, former Saultite Leslie Ann Trussler, 38, was found dead after fire swept through an abandoned house in which she'd been living in downtown London, Ontario.
Fuel truck rolls in Heyden

Fuel truck rolls in Heyden

A fuel truck was removed tonight from a Heyden ditch where it rolled onto its side this afternoon and spilled a small quantity of fuel oil. The following is the full text of a news release issued tonight by the OPP's Sault Ste.
Dofasco chief blasts McMaster mouse mutation study

Dofasco chief blasts McMaster mouse mutation study

Lashing out at the international news media and McMaster University, outgoing Dofasco chief executive officer John Mayberry today blasted as "speculative and irresponsible" a newly published study linking genetic damage to coke oven emissions.
Tony Martin booted from Legislature after 'idiot' insults

Tony Martin booted from Legislature after 'idiot' insults

For the third time in 12 years, Sault MPP Tony Martin was ejected from a sitting of the Ontario Legislature today.
12,505 Saultites have non-English mother tongues

12,505 Saultites have non-English mother tongues

12,505 Saultites, or 17 percent of the City's total population of 73,475, have mother tongues other than English that they still understand, according to the latest batch of data from last year's federal census.