A Student’s Struggle in the North

(Photo credit from Brendan Sutherland) The following is a direct story as told by Brendan Sutherland, Hearst native and current student in Sault Ste Marie,...

Relay For Life Weekly Giveaway (Round #2), 4 Chances to WIN 2 Times a...

RELAY FOR LIFE is just around the corner on June 15th at the John Rhodes Community Centre from 7:00pm-1:00am, but there is still time...

The Searchmont Family is Growing!

Algoma University has signed a membership agreement with the Searchmont Ski Association Inc. (SSAI) to create an exciting and valuable partnership that will benefit...
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École Notre-Dame-du-Sault students discover the richness of the Métis and First Nations cultures

français à suivre From May 30 to June 3, students from Sault Ste. Marie’s École Notre-Dame-du-Sault participated in the building of a birchbark canoe and...

Student-led mental health initiatives shifting how schools provide supports

As Canadian universities and colleges face increasing pressure to provide better mental-health services on campus, students are looking to give schools fresh ideas on how to...

Doug Ford’s Plan Released Last Week Compared to Other Parties’ Health Plans and Mike...

Toronto – Following the release of Doug Fords “platform” the Ontario Health Coalition has tried to analyze how Mr. Ford’s plan will impact health...

Transition Day. OPP take over policing in Espanola.

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) announced today that the Town of Espanola will transition from being policed by Espanola Police Service, to the Ontario...
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SMC Grad Provides Generous Donation to As ONE Campaign

St. Mary’s College graduate Dr. Michael Sebecic has made a generous donation to the As ONE Campaign. Dr. Sebecic gave a personal donation of $15,000...

School Effectiveness Visits assist schools to understand their strengths and areas of need

To support school staff in their self-assessment processes, to provide feedback and to assist schools to better understand their strengths and areas of need,...
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This happens next week

The East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind the public that after Labor Day Monday the 2016-2017 school will begin in...

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