Algoma University

Algoma University: Victoria Day Long Weekend Hours & Closures

Please note that unless otherwise outlined below, all Algoma University facilities and offices in Brampton, Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins will be closed during...
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VIDEO: Health and Safety in the Workplace is Seeing Changes

"Health and safety used to be hard hats and safety boots" said Workplace Safety and Prevention Services Territory Manager for Central and Northern Ontario,...

Teen’s family sues school board, alleges it failed to address racist attacks

The family of a black Ontario teen is suing a Toronto-area school board, alleging officials at his high school failed to properly investigate and prevent months of racist...

Dr. Ruth on having the ‘guts’ to speak openly about sexual literacy

TORONTO — As the only child of Jewish parents who died during the Second World War, Dr. Ruth Westheimer says she grew up feeling...

Students To Compete in 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Youth Games

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympic movement, the 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Youth Games will bring together 2000 student...
LSSU Atlantic Salmon Chill

Atlantic Salmon Chill

Lake Superior State University fisheries and wildlife management alumnus and Michigan Department of Natural Resources fisheries technician Dan Operhall empties about 20,000 Atlantic salmon...

Garden River First Nation strongly opposes the cuts to Education!

Garden River First Nation will be hosting an Educational Rally opposing the proposed cuts to Education on Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 4:00 p.m....

Student Trustees Appointed

The Algoma District School Board approved the appointment of three Student Trustees for the 2019 / 2020 school year:  Isabella DiBerardino from Korah Collegiate...
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ADSB Celebrates Education Week – What Our Schools Are Doing

ANNA MCCREA PS May 7 to 9 - Anna McCrea has a Book Fair planned. May 8 - Gr. 8's are visiting Sault College.   BEN R. McMULLIN...
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Ontario municipalities getting at least $80M less for child care: group

TORONTO — An Ontario child-care advocacy organization says municipalities are getting at least $80 million less from the province in child care funding this...

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