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EarlyOn Child and Family Centres Open

The District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board Announces EarlyON Child and Family Centres Ontario is making it easier for children and their...

Enrollment in Ontario’s Basic Income Pilot Now Successfully Completed

Ontario is providing more than 4,000 people with a basic income, successfully completing the enrollment phase of the three-year pilot. Ontario launched the pilot one...
festival of beer

007 GoldenEye PA: Beers at the Bushplane! (11 photos)

Sault Ste. Marie got a taste for some of Ontario's best beer this Saturday at the annual Sault Ste. Marie Festival of Beer -...

No damage or injuries reported after minor earthquake strikes southwestern Ont.

AMHERSTBURG, Ont. — There are no reports of injuries or damage after a minor earthquake struck southwestern Ontario Thursday night. The United States Geological Survey...
Construction

New Legislation Would Enable Minimum Pay Rates for Private-Sector Contractors

Ontario will introduce legislation today that would ensure that people working in construction, building cleaning or security jobs under contracts with the government will...

Wynne says Ford’s pledge to fire Hydro One CEO shows he has no plan

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Doug Ford's promise to fire the CEO of Hydro One if elected this spring shows he has no plan to lead Ontario,...

Humboldt Bronco player’s organ donation inspires others to become donors

Many social media users say the donation of Humboldt Broncos player Logan Boulet's organs has not only potentially saved lives, but inspired them to have the...
tattoo convention

Tattoos, piercings, and music at first local Tattoo Convention! (21 photos)

This weekend, The Tech played host to a convention that the Sault community has never been privy to before. A tattoo convention. "This was an idea...

Ford scrapping media bus for campaign suggests Tories want him out of the hot...

TORONTO — Ontario's newly minted Progressive Conservative leader will not bring journalists with him on the campaign trail this spring, a rare move experts say suggests...

Ontario limits use of New York iron to push back against Buy American law

TORONTO — The Ontario government is pushing back against New York State's Buy American law by limiting public sector procurement with suppliers in that...