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While some city councillors and senior staff have said they are upset with statements made in a Sault Ste.
Accounting firm BDO Canada says that the federal government's $2.2-million investment, in the form of a subsidy to CN Rail to continue the ACR passenger service between Sault Ste.
While we have some rain showers and bit of lighter snow across the Eastern U.P., the western reaches of our state were nailed by one of the biggest snows of the entire winter season! Silver City located near Lake Superior in Ontonagon County in the U.P. was buried under 17" of snow Wednesday into Thursday.
An appeal board has dismissed a Heyden man's attempt to stop a 25-MegaWatt wind farm project north of Sault Ste.
Eric Lloyd Baldwin, 29, was arrested on 15 felony counts of using a computer to commit a crime and possession of child sexually abusive material.
In January 2013, the Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunications Commission announced enhancements to 9-1-1 to enable deaf, hard of hearing and/or speech impaired members of the community to communicate with 9-1-1 centres via text messaging.
Vaughn Alexander and Graham Atkinson are the proprietors of Northern Ontario's newest microbrewery, OutSpoken Brewing.
The Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce is pleased that its voice was heard during the 2014 city budget deliberations.
On Monday, David Orazietti MPP and the Ontario government announced the "Moving Ontario Forward" plan which will create a $29 billion fund for roads, bridges and highways throughout the province.
Minister of Transport Lisa Raitt announced additional funding for the redevelopment of the Canadian plaza after a tour of the Sault Ste.
For most U.S. states east of the Mississippi River, tonight's total lunar eclipse will likely turn out to be a total bust, while in contrast, much of the central and western United States will likely get a fine view of the "blood moon" in all its brilliance.
The bill, if passed, would tie future annual minimum wage increases to Ontario's Consumer Price Index, in an effort to make sure the province's minimum wage keeps up with the cost of living for individuals and families at a predictable, manageable rate for employers.