A Staggering 8,566 traffic-related charges were laid over Civic Weekend: OPP

ORILLIA, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) dealt with a tragic Civic Day Long Weekend with two children among the six people who...
Sault College

Sault College puts City Council in tough spot

Ron Common, president of Sault College came to council tonight with a number in his head. Not 2 or 3 different figures. One. You...

Dozens of students can now say they are published authors

Francis H. Clergue Grade 3 teacher Debbie McLean has been involved in the Write To Give program for 3 years.  This is a program...
Chapleau Public School

The latest on Chapleau school lock-down

UPDATE: 2PM Algoma District School Board advises parents/guardians of students at Chapleau JK-12 school of an update at the school. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) O.P.P....

Sheehan Announces Funds for a Phosphorimager at Algoma U.

Today, MP Terry Sheehan announced a Canadian Foundation for Innovation John R. Evans Leaders Fund investment of $59,281 which is being used to purchase a phosphorimager. This...

UBC president apologizes for ‘failing to confront’ over residential schools

VANCOUVER — The president of the University of British Columbia opened the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre with an apology to survivors for the role UBC...

Security forces scramble as man approaches ceremonial guard on Parliament Hill.

OTTAWA — A 24-year-old man was taken into custody Monday morning in connection with an incident during the traditional Changing of the Guard ceremony...

The Merlin Has Landed

While walking to work recently, LSSU President Tom Pleger was pressed into service when he met students in Dr. Tom Allan's ornithology class as...

NFB’s interactive game for mobile devices aims to close ‘orgasm gap’

TORONTO — Pretty well everyone knows what a penis looks like, whether in the flesh, in the form of sex toys or from depictions scrawled on the...
NORDIK Institute @ Algoma University

NORDIK Institute Launches Urban Indigenous Youth for Change Project

(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – June 14, 2015): Today, NORDIK Institute, in collaboration with the Sault Ste. Marie Indian Friendship Centre, Algoma University’s Community...

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