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By developing a new menu and opening up its service to a wider clientele, Willow is hoping to provide its culinary and hospitality students with an even greater educational experience that will ready them for work in a variety of areas.
Sault teaching restaurant gets upgradesFor years, Willow has served as a training ground for Sault College’s culinary and hospitality students. Now, with a few aesthetic enhancements, the restaurant’s ambiance matches the high quality of items offered by the fine-dining experience.In January, the school announced changes to its teaching restaurant that include aesthetic upgrades and a new menu. Clients can order off the menu — which includes delicacies like lobster risotto and herb-crusted lamb chop — while dining in an upsc...


Sault Ste. Marie News

Essar cites imports for low Q1 earnings
Essar Steel Algoma earned less in the first quarter of its fiscal 2016 year than the same period in the previous year, according to a press release.On Aug. 27, the company issued a report on its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for the first quarter of the ...
Sault appoints new chief administrative officer
Al Horsman has been appointed the new chief administrative officer for the City of Sault Ste. Marie."Mr. Horsman was selected for his broad and extensive municipal administrative experience, his track record of managing complex projects and his commitment to providing quality public services," ...
New Sault CDC director named
Dan Friyia has been hired as the new executive director of the Community Development Corporation (CDC) of Sault Ste. Marie & Area. He replaces Brian Irwin who retired. Fryia is spent 24 years as general manager of the Superior East Community Futures Corporation based in Wawa. “I am excited ...
Essar eyeballs bankrupt Hamilton steel maker
Published reports in Hamilton indicate the Indian owners of Essar Steel Algoma in Sault Ste. Marie are involved in a bidding process to purchase the bankrupt Canadian assets of U.S. Steel, formerly known as Stelco.The newspaper quoted an anonymous source as saying Essar is only the steel produc...


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