collision

Update: Motor Vehicle Collision on Black Road, Two sent to hospital

UPDATE: Officers with the Traffic Services Division of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service responded to a Motor Vehicle Collision in the 400 block of...
International Lake Superior Board of Control

Upcoming Gate Changes for the St. Mary’s River Outflow

The International Lake Superior Board of Control, under authority granted to it by the International Joint Commission (IJC), advises that the gate setting at...

Local Union 2251 ratifies support agreement

The following letter was just received from Mike Da Prat, President of the United Steelworkers Union 2251:   On April 10th, the members of Local Union...

Road Closure: Searchmont Hwy 556

The Sault Ste. Marie detachment of the OPP are advising that the Searchmont Hiway 556 has been closed due to road conditions. The location...
Power Outage

UPDATE: Unplanned Power Outage

(2:18 pm) Power restored to all customers. Power has been restored to all 1,722 customers affected by today's unplanned power outage. (1:48 pm) Power was restored...
heavy truck

Reduced loading on streets begins March 10th

The City of Sault Ste. Marie advises truck owners/operators that reduced load restrictions (5 tonnes per axle) will be in effect on city streets...
International Lake Superior Board of Control

Update on Lake Superior Outflows and Expected Conditions

Commission (IJC), has set the Lake Superior outflow to 2400 cubic metres per second (m3/s) for the month of March, effective February 28th. The...
Elliot Lake Secondary School

Update: Elliot Lake Secondary School Bomb Threat

The Algoma District School Board is providing an update on the bomb threat situation at Elliot Lake Secondary School. The OPP and representatives from...

The Downtown Association needs 24 people…

The Downtown Association in co-operation with Sault College will be hosting an General Public Focus Group in regards to their Strategic Plan. They are...
Lake Ice Water Dock

OPP warns people to “Think” before they venture out onto ice

The North East Region Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is warning people to think twice before venturing onto any ice surface. Environmental conditions have varied over...

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