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Sault Ste. Marie Métis community raises Ukrainian flag

Sault Ste. Marie Métis community raises Ukrainian flag

Handcrafted Ukrainian flag can be seen at Métis centre on John Street
The Sault is hosting a strongman competition this spring. Are you pumped?

The Sault is hosting a strongman competition this spring. Are you pumped?

Valhalla's Mightiest 2022 takes place this May at Rebel Gym
Woolco’s first female manager remembers Sault store <b>(8 photos)</b>

Woolco’s first female manager remembers Sault store (8 photos)

Isabel Monaco worked at Woolworth/Woolco for nearly 50 years; department store was downtown shopping landmark
Former Sault resident recognized by Canada for bringing eye care to developing countries

Former Sault resident recognized by Canada for bringing eye care to developing countries

Father Pierre Labine founded VOSH Santa Cruz, a Montreal-based non-profit that relies on volunteers and donations to bring free eye care to those who can't afford it
'The most damage done to me in my life was done from the men who bought me,' says sexual exploitation survivor

'The most damage done to me in my life was done from the men who bought me,' says sexual exploitation survivor

Bridget Perrier opens up about her experiences in the sex trade - as a young Indigenous girl - during MMIWG2S+ event in Sault Ste. Marie
Local educators and students recognize Black History Month

Local educators and students recognize Black History Month

Student Council has based what they've been doing around equity diversity and positivity, said Adam Morgenstern of St. Mary’s College
‘Mysterious redhead’ from Sault recalls meeting Queen Elizabeth; today marks 70th anniversary of beginning of reign

‘Mysterious redhead’ from Sault recalls meeting Queen Elizabeth; today marks 70th anniversary of beginning of reign

Saultites share memories, comments on Canada’s long-reigning Head of State
Miss North Ontario contestants feel empowered by pageant

Miss North Ontario contestants feel empowered by pageant

Local participants encouraged to show their personality and confidence
Algoma scientist hops into world spotlight after growing new legs on frogs

Algoma scientist hops into world spotlight after growing new legs on frogs

Dr. Nirosha Murugan's work discussed in New York Times and on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
<b>VIDEO:</b> Great Northern Road lined with supporters as 'Freedom Convoy' rolls through Sault

VIDEO: Great Northern Road lined with supporters as 'Freedom Convoy' rolls through Sault

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the target of local flag-wavers