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Tulloch expands in southern Ontario

Tulloch expands in southern Ontario

The Sault-headquartered engineering firm opened new office in Stoney Creek in February.
Port of Thunder Bay berths first ship of season

Port of Thunder Bay berths first ship of season

CSL Welland captain takes Top Hat honours at the Lake Superior port
Rail summit slated for April 19

Rail summit slated for April 19

One-day event will examine how and why to return passenger rail service to northeastern Ontario
Great Lakes shippers ready to drop flag on new season

Great Lakes shippers ready to drop flag on new season

Marine carriers want construction of new lock at Sault
Decertification on the horizon for Kirkland Lake Airport

Decertification on the horizon for Kirkland Lake Airport

Council moves to cut red tape in deciding airport’s future
Agriculture rail siding facility being studied

Agriculture rail siding facility being studied

Claybelt farmers examine merits of loading facility to expand their market reach
Future of Kirkland Lake Airport up in the air

Future of Kirkland Lake Airport up in the air

Decertify, outsource, sale, among cost-cutting options for 4,500-foot strip
Northern communities get road-building money

Northern communities get road-building money

Six municipalities will benefit from the Connecting Links program in 2018.
Sault steel mill prepares to build new $55-million alternative port

Sault steel mill prepares to build new $55-million alternative port

If regulatory approvals can be secured, Algoma says it can build a new dock system in about one year's time
Off to a flying start

Off to a flying start

Hangar construction, cobalt exploration, avgas sales fuel optimism for year-old Timiskaming airport authority