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Sault College Hairstyling Program Hosts 5th Annual Hair’s To You Fundraising Event and...

Tickets for the 5th annual Hair’s To You fundraiser dinner and wig fashion show are on sale now! Taking place on Tuesday, July 30,...

Great Lakes to Greenbelt to Great North

Great Waterfront Trail Adventure launches the Northern expansion of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail Later this month wheels will be in motion for the 12th...
Movie Day

Movie showing postponed due to weather

The showing of Jurassic Park scheduled for tonight at the Bellevue Park Bandshell has been postponed due to weather. A makeup date will be...

Lyme-infected ticks are so common in parts of Canada, testing no longer done

OTTAWA — Lyme disease has settled so deeply into parts of Canada many public health units now just assume if you get bitten by a...
Sexual Violence

Study highlights need for broader definition of sexual assault in medical setting

Researchers in Ontario say sexual assault needs to be more broadly defined in medical settings to accurately capture the scope of the problem. A study published...

Independence and peace of mind for Huron North Shore Communities, thanks to VPR expansion

The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre is expanding its free registry for individuals at greater risk during an emergency to include communities along the...

SIU says its toll free number being used in fraudulent calls asking for SIN

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Ontario's police watchdog says its toll-free number is being used in fraudulent calls that ask people for their social insurance number. The...

Funding Announced for “Living Labs”

Dr. Nairne Cameron, Associate Professor, Department of Geography & Geology at Algoma University will be leading the Algoma University hub of a newly funded...

Expert body calls for expanded rules to fix news-outlet tax credit status

OTTAWA — An independent panel of experts is recommending the federal government increase the scope of tax credits being made available to help small news-media...

Losses in the energy sector offset other gains in stocks in Toronto

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was little changed in late-morning trading as gains in the materials sector was offset by losses in the...


Amnesty International urges Liberals to suspend refugee agreement with U.S.

OTTAWA — Amnesty International is calling on the Canadian government to suspend its Safe Third Country agreement with the United States in light of...

Ford says it was ‘heartbreaking’ to have to disconnect cell phone

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford says it was "heartbreaking" to have to cancel his cell phone after the line was flooded by calls from...

Scheer’s pledge to review new Food Guide challenged by health community

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is facing criticism from nutrition experts today after he pledged to review the new Canada Food Guide should the Tories...

Documents shed light on seniors poverty figures used by federal Liberals

OTTAWA — Internal government documents say that many of the 57,000 seniors the Liberals say they have helped lift out of poverty only moved...

Ontario appoints special adviser on flooding

OTTAWA — Ontario has appointed a special adviser on flooding to recommend ways the province can reduce the impacts of flooding and help communities...
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