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Total Personnel Solutions is looking for labourers

Total Personnel Solutions is looking for labourers

The company will be hiring on the spot and, if you are selected, they will complete a fit test for half and full-face masks
Why are 159 job seekers so happy?

Why are 159 job seekers so happy?

Campaign goal was to help 99 job seekers find employment in 99 days, which they happily surpassed
Tabletop gaming, digital creation and an Easter eggstravaganza

Tabletop gaming, digital creation and an Easter eggstravaganza

April promises to be entertaining, interesting, inspiring and yummy for teens at the Korah Branch library
Lake State public relations program teams up with clients

Lake State public relations program teams up with clients

Students put their skills to the test and presented their work to an audience of professors, the university president, fellow students, EDC members, and business owners
Baby Picasso returns to Korah Branch Library

Baby Picasso returns to Korah Branch Library

Program focuses on stimulating babies' senses through sight, sound, taste, touch and smell
Sault College welcomes new student council

Sault College welcomes new student council

Members take office May 1
Challenging your mind with a trivia night at the library

Challenging your mind with a trivia night at the library

Tickets are $15 each or teams of four are $50
New home for Algoma Power in Desbarats

New home for Algoma Power in Desbarats

With a new service centre, API feels it will allow the company to provide 'safe and reliable electricity to its customers and reflects API’s ongoing commitment to the local communities it serves'
Calling all brides-to-be! The Sault's largest annual Bridal expo is fast approaching

Calling all brides-to-be! The Sault's largest annual Bridal expo is fast approaching

The event will showcase retailers in wedding, travel and home
Algoma welders set sights for Skills Ontario provincial competition

Algoma welders set sights for Skills Ontario provincial competition

On Wednesday, eight Manufacturing and Welding Class students from Algoma District School Board will compete for a chance to represent the district