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Speed Enforcement in Prince Township

Members of Traffic Services have been conducting speed enforcement in Prince Township after receiving complaints, specifically on Walls Road. In Prince Township, Walls Road is...

No Limits Adaptive Skiing Receives Generous Donation

Today The Searchmont No Limits Adaptive Skiing Association received an a generous donation from the The Algoma Autism Foundation. "This is an amazing partnership,...

Positive outlook from industry contractors

More than eight-in-10 Ontario contractors are feeling good about their business prospects this year. According to the Ontario Construction Secretariat’s annual Contractor Survey, 81 per...

Tech gains help S&P/TSX composite rise more than 100 points, U.S. stocks also up

TORONTO — Strength in the technology sector helped lead a broad-based rally as Canada's main stock index gained more than 100 points in...

Private markets getting more accessible to public as funds roll out credit options

TORONTO — Investing in private markets, once the exclusive domain of institutions and the ultra-rich, is getting increasingly accessible to the public. The shift comes...

Slo-Pitch League Is Back!

Algoma Slo-Pitch League is back again this season. So, this year they are kicking off 2023 with new season of softball for the kids,...

Your Local Weather Today – Thursday, March 23

Not much sun today but plenty of cloud and wind. Temperatures are basically where we should be at this time of year. We get...

OHL Roundup: West-leading Windsor Spitfires cruise past Guelph Storm 4-1

WINDSOR, Ont. — Matthew Maggio and Alex Christopoulos each had a goal and an assist as the Windsor Spitfires topped the Guelph Storm 4-1...

U11 Jr. Greyhound Girls Playing in Championship Tournament this Weekend at NCC

The Sault Ste. Marie U11 Jr. Greyhounds Girls hockey team are proud to announce that they will be hosting the 2023 Northern Ontario Women's...

Ontario to get rid of temporary paid sick days, lift some COVID measures in LTC homes

TORONTO — The Canadian Press has learned that Ontario will not extend its temporary paid sick day program. Two senior government sources say the COVID-19...
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