Top Achievers Recognized at Annual President’s Academic Excellence Scholarship Ceremony

Sault College proudly takes every opportunity to celebrate its amazing students! Last night was no exception as qualifying top first year students were honoured...

Families of children with autism plan large protest at Queen’s Park today

TORONTO — Hundreds of parents, therapists and union members are expected to gather outside Queen's Park today to protest the provincial government's changes to...

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...
Seedy Saturday at Sault College

Saultites Get Opportunity to Grow (Gallery)

The SSM Horticultural Society and Seeds of Diversity co-hosted their annual Seedy Saturday event at Sault College on Saturday. This event gave Saultites the opportunity...

School Boards Approve School Year Calendar for 2019-2020

The Algoma District School Board (ADSB), Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario (CSCNO), Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario (CSPGNO) and HuronSuperior Catholic...

Lone Wolf Robotics Turns in a Solid Performance and Qualifies for the World Championships

Last Saturday, February 23, the 70 of the Ontarios best VEX Robotics teams gathered in St. Catharines to battle for top honors in the...
Science North Camp

Ready… Set… Science!

Registration for Science North Summer Science Camps is now open in Sault Ste. Marie, as well as 34 different communities across Northern Ontario. For over...
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Fit-a-Thon’s 4th Installment Supports The Twinkie Foundation

On Thursday, February 21st, Sault College hosted their first “Fit - a - thon” event, in support of the Twinkie Foundation. The event spanned the...

14th Annual Gathering at the Rapids Pow Wow

Algoma University, the Anishinaabe Initiatives Division (AID), and the Shingwauk Anishinaabe Students’ Association (SASA) welcome everyone to come and indulge in indigenous culture and...
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Grandview School Students help St. Vincent Place

When St. Vincent’s Place put out a call for help, it was Grandview Public School that stepped up to the plate. On Wednesday, Grandview Public...

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