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Council Gives the Go-Ahead to Ridesharing Program

City Council voted in favour of a resolution to allow companies who meet specific licensing criteria to operate ridesharing programs within the Sault during...
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International Technology Company Seeking to Fill Positions in Sault Ste. Marie

International technology company LBMX is looking to establish a presence in Sault Ste. Marie and is now actively recruiting for several positions. A world-leader...
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WE Scare Hunger for the 5th Year In A Row

Maitland Ford Lincoln and some of the WE recognized schools (St. Basil, St. Mary’s College, St. Paul, Holy Family, St. Mary’s French Immersion and...

S&P/TSX composite edges higher as oil prices move up, U.S. stock markets mixed

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index edged higher in late-morning trading, helped by gains in the energy sector as the price of oil pushed...

Gender wage gap narrows to 13.3%, women earn $4.13 less per hour: StatCan

OTTAWA — A new report by Statistics Canada says that in 2018 women in their core working years earned 13.3 per cent less per hour...
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Is Ridesharing a Possibility for the Sault?

Sault Ste. Marie City Council will be asked to approve an amended bylaw which will allow rideshare programs to operate here in the Sault...

North American stock markets up in late-morning trading, loonie edges up

TORONTO — The materials sector helped Canada's main stock index move higher in late-morning trading, while U.S. stock markets also traded higher. The S&P/TSX composite...

Statistics Canada says merchandise trade deficit fell to $966 million in August

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says the country's merchandise trade deficit fell to $966 million in August compared with $1.4 billion in July. Economists had expected...
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Registration open for Bridges to Better Business 2019

Calling all entrepreneurs! Registration is now open for Bridges to Better Business 2019. The annual forum unites local professionals for a night of learning,...
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Stay of legal proceedings for tobacco companies extended to mid-March

TORONTO — An order suspending legal proceedings against three major tobacco companies has been extended until mid-March. Ontario Superior Court Justice Thomas McEwen agreed to again...

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