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OPSEU president critiques border-hospital staff shortages

OPSEU president critiques border-hospital staff shortages

Leah Casselman, president of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, dropped into the Sault today as part of a 20-city tour of hospitals affected by centralized contract negotiations with the Ontario Hospital Association.
Englehart native lands Sault College v.p. job

Englehart native lands Sault College v.p. job

A former journalist and native of the Northern Ontario community of Englehart has been appointed academic vice-president at Sault College.
SooToday news disappears into the Ho-Zone

SooToday news disappears into the Ho-Zone

For the second time in one month, SooToday.com has experienced a major data loss involving Hostway Corp., the Chicago-based company we retain to host our site and provide daily content back-ups.
The Mayor's formal response

The Mayor's formal response

The following are Mayor John Rowswell's formal responses to Councillors Peter Vaudry and Debbie Amaroso, who say Rowswell acted outside his power when he ordered City staff to leave the travel policy report off the agenda for Monday's Council meeting
Full text of the report Rowswell wanted to change

Full text of the report Rowswell wanted to change

The following is the full, unedited text of the report that Mayor Rowswell tried unsuccessfully to keep off the agenda for Monday's City Council meeting. The report was written by Cindy Adam, the City's manager of internal audit.
Control issues erupt again between Mayor, City staff

Control issues erupt again between Mayor, City staff

Another battle royal has erupted between Mayor John Rowswell and City staff, this time over Rowswell's unsuccessful attempt to pull a controversial staff report from Monday night's Council agenda.
E-mail exchange regarding travel policy

E-mail exchange regarding travel policy

The following exchange of E-mails regarding Mayor Rowswell's attempt to remove the travel policy report from Monday's City Council agenda was obtained by John Campbell of E-Z Rock 100.5.
City staff push for new billboard crackdown

City staff push for new billboard crackdown

Oversized billboards like this one on Trunk Road near Lake Street will no longer be allowed under an extensive list of outdoor advertising restrictions being presented to City Council on Monday.
The 'imposter' revealed

The 'imposter' revealed

For those who voted in our weekend "pooch imposter' poll, it was Angela Alton (shown) who was not the rightful owner of Camio, the dog she was photographed with. Camio is actually owned by Kelly Lesnick. Thanks for participating.
Council considers football deck for John Rhodes Centre

Council considers football deck for John Rhodes Centre

If City Council approves the plan on Monday night, you'll soon be able to watch Sault Storm and Sabrecats football games from an upper deck to be added to the back of Brody's Sports Bar and Grill.