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Saturday, June 19, 2021

North American stock markets climb higher in early trading, loonie pulls back

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TORONTO — A broad-based rally helped lift Canada's main stock index in early trading, while U.S. stock markets also climbed higher in the wake...

Canadian Health Care Reform: Private Insurance

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In the Sault, finding a doctor taking patients is next to impossible. Going to a walk-in clinic or Sault Area Hospital Emergency Department becomes...

Terry & Darlene must be Jumping for Joy. Two lucky Sault Lottery Winners Announced.

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Toronto, ON –  Congratulations to Terry Folz of Sault Ste. Marie after winning a $500,000 prize with MAXMILLIONS in the May 25, 2018 LOTTO...

Budgets can help you achieve your goals

Looking for a sure fire way to get your finances in order so that you can go on a big trip, buy a new...

COVID-19 Morning Update

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This was a COVID-19 update with Chris Oldcorn. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @chrisoldcorn. Stay tuned for more news from Sault Online and...

Nearly 600 rapid training programs are now eligible for OSAP

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The Ontario government is expanding the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) to include nearly 600 micro-credential programs. Through this initiative, the province is ensuring...

Terry and Rory happy with Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance announcement

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Prime Minister announces partnerships with provinces and territories to deliver the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance for small businesses Small businesses across the country are...

Stocks down in Toronto on broad weakness, U.S. stock markets also lower

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index posted a triple-digit decline in late-morning trading due to broad-based weakness on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The S&P/TSX composite...

Special Report PM Edition – August 20th

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Here is today’s Special Report 1PM Edition, where you can watch on demand! Join Christopher Oldcorn and Daniel Laprade on weekdays at 8 AM and...

One-time charges weigh on Corus Q3 results, revenue drops as advertising slows

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TORONTO — Television and radio broadcaster Corus Entertainment Inc. lost $752.3 million in its latest quarter as it took a one-time impairment charge related...
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