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Sault MP re-elected as steel caucus co-chair

Sault MP re-elected as steel caucus co-chair

Terry Sheehan was first named to lobby group in 2015
Sault-area aircraft maintenance company enters bankruptcy protection

Sault-area aircraft maintenance company enters bankruptcy protection

Springer Aerospace received more than a million dollars from NOHFC earlier this year
Sault begins hard-selling of dirt-cheap industrial land

Sault begins hard-selling of dirt-cheap industrial land

EDC directors argue the city's $50,000-an-acre price for industrial land is too low
Sault mill workers union reaches tentative deal with Interfor

Sault mill workers union reaches tentative deal with Interfor

Agreement addresses high cost of living facing members, their families, union leadership says
Owners of Gen7 Fuel target of multi-million-dollar lawsuit

Owners of Gen7 Fuel target of multi-million-dollar lawsuit

Court action claims married couple in charge of company — who are not Indigenous — used stolen funds to build First Nation gas stations and fund lavish lifestyle
International bridge's condition remains ‘good to fair,’ report says

International bridge's condition remains ‘good to fair,’ report says

No significant changes in state of 60-year-old structure, says engineer, who calls maintenance program 'outstanding'
Algoma Steel faces second quarter adversity in posting $87-million profit

Algoma Steel faces second quarter adversity in posting $87-million profit

Electric arc furnace project remains on pace for mid-2024 production
Algoma Steel considers using local forest byproducts for fuel

Algoma Steel considers using local forest byproducts for fuel

The idea is one of several new ‘decarbonization’ strategies being investigated
Trust and partnerships will help Indigenous businesses thrive: panel

Trust and partnerships will help Indigenous businesses thrive: panel

Sault chamber discussion examined strategies for Indigenous inclusiveness in resource development
Northern cities make the grade for business startups

Northern cities make the grade for business startups

Thunder Bay, Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie among top 1,000 cities globally deemed welcoming for business