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Sault Ste. Marie architectural firm EPOH, which has been serving clients for more than 60 years, has completed the design for St. Mary's high school, which is currently under construction.
EPOH brings fresh, contemporary perspective to architectureAfter serving clients for more than six decades, architectural firm EPOH is moving into its next phase, positioning the business for a new era of fully integrated design and building solutions.Based in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, EPOH offers architectural, mechanical, electrical, design, master planning, and interior design services within a catchment area reaching across Ontario, Western Canada and into the United States.Headed by four partners, the firm recently underwent a shift in makeup aft...


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Province approves Essar’s refinancing plan
Essar Steel Algoma has received final approval for its refinancing plan.The Ontario Superior Court of Justice approved Essar’s Plan of Arrangement, deeming it fair under the Canada Business Corporations Act. The decision follows a vote of support for the plan by 92 per cent of 9.875 per cent of ...
Sault hosting fall energy conference
The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre will play host to an energy conference in November.Energy Opportunities Conference: Making Things Happen! will take place Nov. 4-6. The event will bring together professionals who have ties to the energy sector, who are interested in knowledge exchange, co...
Mill building being billed as event space
A former building on the St. Marys Paper mill site in Sault Ste. Marie is being repurposed as an event venue.Starting next June, the 10,000-square-foot Machine Shop will be available for rent for a variety of purposes, including weddings, community activities and corporate events. Featuring sa...
Feds inject $1.2 million into the North
FedNor announced an injection of $1.2 million into the Northern Ontario economy.The biggest single chunk will go to Sault Ste. Marie for streetscape improvements in its downtown core. The $839,500 investment will go towards sitting areas, lighting fixtures, new paving stones and sidewalks along...


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