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Sault Ste. Marie
Thursday, April 22, 2021

Missing Person: Public Assistance Requested

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is requesting public assistance to locate missing 15-year-old Jeremy Rowlinson. He was last seen on Wednesday, April 14, 2021...

Pointe Des Chenes – Focus – Solutions and Opposition

Last month, leaders of the "Save Pointe Des Chenes" Facebook group and Mayor Christian Provenzano met in a zoom meeting. According to the leaders, they...

Theland sees TikTok as a family effort- with video

Theland Kicknosway is joined by his mother Elaine to talk about how he got into TikTok and how he has been using his platform...

Raptors sign Japanese forward Yuta Watanabe to standard NBA contract

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors have signed forward Yuta Watanabe to a standard NBA contract. The six-foot-nine, 205-pound native of Yokohama, Japan is averaging four...

Police explain actions at anti-lockdown protest

Sault Police Services Communications Manager Lincoln Louttit, spoke with SaultOnline about actions taken by attending officers during a protest this afternoon. "There was a bit...

Staff shortages, emotional toll weigh on health-care staff during Ontario’s 3rd wave

TORONTO — Nurse Manpreet Kainth knows every patient being treated under her team’s care in Humber River Hospital’s intensive care unit Even with her 16...

Singer-songwriter Rita MacNeil to be inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

Beloved East Coast singer-songwriter Rita MacNeil is getting her place in the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame. Organizers say they'll induct the late performer on...
Algoma Public Health

Public frustrated over APH vaccination phone lines

The alleged failure the phone lines at Algoma Public Health had many fuming in the community Tuesday. "As a senior citizen I shouldn't have to...

Manitoulin Islander a contender for Canada’s Top Chef

Stéphane Levac has been selected as one of this season’s competitors for Canada’s Top Chef. Levac will be up against 10 other contenders for the...

Repairing trust in police will take time, work, advocates say after review

TORONTO — Repairing the broken trust between LGBTQ communities and Toronto police will take years of effort and a major shift in policing culture,...
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