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Up-to-the-minute bridge crossing information

Up-to-the-minute bridge crossing information

For those seeking the latest information about border crossing delays, SooToday is pleased to provide the following links. They provide average crossing times as supplied by both U.S.
Steelworkers chief speaks out on Canadian peace vigils

Steelworkers chief speaks out on Canadian peace vigils

Lawrence McBrearty, Canadian national director for the United Steelworkers of America, issued a statement today urging Canadian members of his union to continue participating in peace vigils.
Peace activists plan emergency vigil today

Peace activists plan emergency vigil today

As the United States launched its first Tomahawk missle attack (shown) against Saddam Hussein, local peace activists have announced an emergency peace vigil in support of the Iraqi people. The Sault Ste.
Tony Martin kicks off campaign

Tony Martin kicks off campaign

Sault MPP Tony Martin will launch his campaign for a fourth term of office tonight (Thursday). Martin's campaign kickoff will begin at 7 p.m. at the Steelworkers Hall.
Sault PCs urged to co-operate with Alliance

Sault PCs urged to co-operate with Alliance

Sault Ste. Marie's Progressive Conservatives need to co-operate on a local level with the Canadian Alliance to win the next federal election, Northern Ontario-born leadership candidate Jim Prentice told local PCs last night.
Sault College honours its brightest and best

Sault College honours its brightest and best

Friends Christina Coutu (left) and Melissa Slivinsky were among more than 200 students honoured last night at Sault College's 2003 Awards night.
How to be the sharpest knife in the drawer

How to be the sharpest knife in the drawer

(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article describes a study regime involving abstinence from tobacco, actually attending classes and other unorthodox conduct that may be impractical or even dangerous for students unaccustomed to such behaviour.
More prayers for peace

More prayers for peace

A city-wide prayer service for peace will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) night at Central United Church, Spring and Albert Streets.
Some winners we'd like you to know about

Some winners we'd like you to know about

Here at SooToday.com, we particularly enjoy the opportunity to tell you about extraordinary Sault-area individuals and institutions who win awards and citations.
City will consider fundraising foundation (Council wrap)

City will consider fundraising foundation (Council wrap)

At the urging of Ward 1 Councillors Jamie Caicco and David Orazietti, the City of Sault Ste. Marie is investigating the possibility of establishing a City foundation for fund-raising purposes.