Police Files

Breakfast Pig Broken Into

A break in was reported to The Breakfast Pig on Bruce St. overnight. Investigation revealed that thieves gained entry through a cut screen and...
Chamber Awards

Meet our 2015 SSMCOC Award Recipients

The Business Development Award, sponsored by the Business Development Bank of Canada is presented to a business that demonstrates a positive initiative for job...

Tourism summit deemed big success!

Tourism Northern Ontario (TNO), in partnership with Nature and Outdoor Tourism Ontario (NOTO), is pleased to announce the much anticipated second annual Northern Ontario...

Local Construction Industry Faces Significant Ramifications Due to Essar CCAA Protection

Local Construction Industry Faces Significant Ramifications Due to Essar CCAA Protection The Sault Ste. Marie Construction Association is facing some serious concerns due to Essar...
marijuana

LCBO safest place to sell marijuana: OPSEU President

TORONTO, Nov. 23, 2015 /CNW/ - LCBO stores are the safest place to retail marijuana if Ottawa goes ahead with plans to legalize sales,...

Hearth Pool and Patio kicks off the holiday season in support of Christmas Cheer!

From November 23rd until December 7th, Hearth Pool and Patio invites the community of Sault Ste. Marie to participate in supporting “Christmas Cheer” this holiday season...
STRIVE

STRIVE Caps off 2015 with AGM

The Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce’s STRIVE Young Professionals Group invites STRIVE members and interested persons to the 2015 STRIVE Annual General Meeting...

Tim Hortons closes some U.S. restaurants

TORONTO - Turns out not everyone has time for Tim Hortons, especially in the United States. The coffee and doughnut chain took surprise measures this...

On now until November 29th!

Sault North Rotary’s online auction from now until Nov 29. Check it out at: www.soorotaryauction.com Hundreds of items up for bids! Unique, one of a kind...
shopping

Canadian retailers have opportunity to boost holiday sales as more Canadians prefer to shop...

Canada-U.S. border officials are set to see a marked drop in the volume of southbound traffic during the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend as Canadian consumers...

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