Council to Discuss Fate of Steel Plant

City Council has said they will be holding a special Council meeting on Monday August 20th at 4:30pm. The purpose? To discuss Algoma's Companies' Creditors...
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If saving lives or helping our most vulnerable is not a priority for this...

A few weeks ago, right after the Legislature was called to sit for a summer session following the June election, in my weekly column...

Canada’s tax system unfairly favours wealthy, poll of CRA auditors suggests

OTTAWA — A recent union-sponsored survey suggests an overwhelming majority of federal government auditors believe Canada's tax system unfairly favours the wealthy over average Canadians. The...

Hospitals to see ‘delays’ in care after losing Saudi students, health group says

OTTAWA — A health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals says losing Saudi Arabian medical residents is likely to result in delays,...

Canadians believe in immigration but concerned about asylum seekers: study

OTTAWA — A study commissioned by the federal government to gauge public perceptions of immigration suggests Canadians are supportive overall of current immigration levels...
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Mayor Shares Hopes for Future of SSM: Municipal Elections

Mayor Christian Provenzano speaks up about his bid for mayor in the upcoming 2018 City Council elections. In addition to sharing his hopes and aspirations...
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Ratepayers Meeting – Candidates and Community Unite at the M.S. Norgoma

On August 16th, 2018, The M.S. Norgoma played host to municipal candidates for the upcoming election, as well as community members. The Sault Association of...

Trump suggests Canada has been sidelined from latest NAFTA negotiations

OTTAWA — U.S. President Donald Trump is suggesting Canada has deliberately been left on NAFTA's sidelines as one-on-one talks heat up between Washington and Mexico. For four straight weeks, U.S. trade...

Tesla takes Ontario government to court over vehicle rebates

TORONTO — The Canadian arm of Tesla, Inc., is taking the Ontario government to court, claiming it has been treated unfairly in the cancellation...

Low-income earners spending ‘absurd’ amounts on communications, says advocate

OTTAWA — Canada's telecom regulator says the average household spent nearly $223 every month on communications services, including mobile phones, landlines, internet and cable...

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