The way governments learn someone has died is getting a digital makeover

OTTAWA — The path Canadians must take to inform their governments about a death in the family is getting a digital overhaul to avoid delays that can — and...

Canadian space program scientists hoping for lift off in federal budget

OTTAWA — Canada's space research community is optimistic they will receive a boost in the federal budget set to land Tuesday. Liberal Finance Minister Bill...

Trudeau’s fashion missteps highlight what not to wear on vacation

TORONTO — The traditional garb that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family have adopted in India has raised eyebrows around the world, but...

Romano Calls For Increased Hospital Funding To Combat Opioid Crisis

QUEEN’S PARK – Sault Ste. Marie MPP Ross Romano questioned the Minister of Health and Long-term Care about whether or not he will allocate...

Trump floats two-step plan for gun control: More guns, more control

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is floating a unique two-step move on gun control. It involves both more guns and more controls. The additional guns would be...

Critics latch onto perceived snub, costume changes, as Trudeau tours India

OTTAWA — A clash of political ideals may be behind a perceived snub of Justin Trudeau that has made international headlines as the prime...

Spruce Haven narrowly wins vote to stay open

The animal care and control bylaw that would have affected Spruce Haven Nature Park, which has been pushed back twice this year already was...

Long-term care may be a bigger issue than opioid crisis

After Ron Gagnon, president and CEO of Sault Area Hospital made a presentation concerning what is being done on the opioid front, his second...

‘Bump stock’ ban: As teens take to streets, US president makes modest gun change

WASHINGTON — With teenagers walking out of schools in protest, staging die-ins in front of the White House, and planning a major national march next...
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City endorses hospital’s need for a new facility for opioid crisis

City council tonight endorsed a level 3 residential withdrawal management services program and facility in the City of Sault Ste. Marie. This was after Ron...

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