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Sault Ste. Marie

Algoma Steel rebounds from first quarter with second-quarter profit (8/02)

Eight months after restructuring, Sault Ste. Marie's Algoma Steel posted a $21.6-million second-quarter profit for the period ending June 30.

Sault explores global opportunities (8/02)

Seeking to develop an international-relations strategy, the City of Sault Ste. Marie has retained local development consultant Doug Clute to explore and maintain international growth opportunities.

Algoma CEO named (8/02)

A leading Tembec senior executive has been appointed president and CEO of Algoma Steel Inc. in Sault Ste. Marie. Denis Turcotte, 41, will replace the resigning Alexander 'Sandy' Adam, effective Sept. 16.

St. Marys appoints mill manager (8/02)

St. Marys Paper Ltd. found its new mill manager from within its own ranks, appointing long-time woodlands manager Marc Dube as its top administrative official in August.

Sewage plant upgrades pegged at $43M (8/02)

A pre-engineering study in Sault Ste. Marie is recommending a $23.5-million upgrade to the city's east-end water pollution control plant, and an additional $19.48 million to install secondary treatment technology.

North Shore towns team up for air-service study (10/02)

Four North Shore towns are collaborating on a proposal to restore permanent air service between Thunder Bay and Sault Ste. Marie.

Wawa diamond mine probable (10/02)

By Ian Ross Wawa’s diamond rush is for real. Pele Mountain Resources Ltd., a diamond junior working the bush near the town has recovered 53 commercial-size diamonds from their Genesis occurrence. In early September, Pele extracted diamonds from a 4.

Air cargo hub viable option (10/02)

By Ian Ross If North Bay and Sault Ste.

Aging workforce cause for concern (10/02)

By Ian Ross Canada’s rail industry workforce is graying faster and rail companies expect to be scrambling in the coming years to infuse young talent into the ranks.

A clearcut explanation (10/02)

By Ian Ross Forestry companies in the Algoma area opened their woodlots and plantations for viewing and scrutiny as part of an effort to keep the public informed on forestry practices.