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Police, MNR reach bear agreement

Police, MNR reach bear agreement

Sault Ste. Marie Police announced today that they've reached a bear-management agreement with the Ministry of Natural Resources. "The authorization ...
Dofasco outperforms second-quarter expectations

Dofasco outperforms second-quarter expectations

Dofasco Inc. announced tonight that its second quarter earnings will be considerably better than the $.43 to $.51 per common share originally expected. The company now expects something in the range of $.
Photo Essay: The Art of the (Christian) Motorcycle

Photo Essay: The Art of the (Christian) Motorcycle

Editor's Note: Notwithstanding any rumours flying around the Christian Motorcyclists Association rally today, we'd like to reassure everyone that SooToday's David Helwig is not an undercover RCMP operative.
1,000 Christian motorcyclists thunder into town

1,000 Christian motorcyclists thunder into town

They roared into the Sault on Harleys, Gold Wings, Beemers, Yamahas and Suzukis. They've come from as far away as British Columbia, Florida and Texas. They pack Bibles in their tank bags. They have really bad helmut hair.
Councillors tie one on Memorial Gardens beer

Councillors tie one on Memorial Gardens beer

If you feel like a beer during a Soo Greyhounds hockey game, you'll have to continue slipping out between periods to Stan Emms' establishment across the street.
CBC buys CJIC-TV transmitter

CBC buys CJIC-TV transmitter

CBC has announced it's buying the transmission assets of CJIC-TV, Sault Ste. Marie, from CTV Television Inc.
Councillor Derik Brandt says goodbye

Councillor Derik Brandt says goodbye

Monday night was Derik Brandt's last meeting as a municipal politician in Sault Ste. Marie. The Ward 3 Councillor announced that he'll submit his resignation later this week.
Recycling contract awarded to nonexistent company

Recycling contract awarded to nonexistent company

City Council has awarded a multi-million-dollar, ten-year recycling contract to a company that doesn't exist, based on criteria that were 50 percent subjective.
First-quarter start eyed for steel galvanizing line

First-quarter start eyed for steel galvanizing line

Lappin Industries Inc., a Sault-based company that's trying to create 60 jobs by starting a galvanizing line at Algoma Steel, expects to be up and running by the first quarter of next year.
Police push again for bear cull at dump

Police push again for bear cull at dump

Sault Police Chief Robert Davies is again pushing for a bear cull at the municipal dump.