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Sault Ste. Marie businesses starting to see post-lockdown foot traffic

Sault Ste. Marie businesses starting to see post-lockdown foot traffic

Establishments hanging in there, despite taking a financial hit during latest lockdown phase
Sault companies disqualified from provincial COVID-relief funding because of punctuation gaffe

Sault companies disqualified from provincial COVID-relief funding because of punctuation gaffe

Applicants encouraged to reapply now that computer glitch has been fixed
Sault employment on the rise, but not up to pre-pandemic levels, report says

Sault employment on the rise, but not up to pre-pandemic levels, report says

Employment fell to 40,400 in January from November's 41,500
Sault airport’s passenger levels remain at record lows

Sault airport’s passenger levels remain at record lows

President-CEO calls for government intervention to help in airport recovery
Sault students studying mechatronics eligible for new scholarships

Sault students studying mechatronics eligible for new scholarships

Sault College offering up to $4,000 for students who meet criteria
Expansion project to grow computer science learning, research at Algoma University

Expansion project to grow computer science learning, research at Algoma University

FedNor announces $1.98 million for Sault Ste. Marie institution
Federal funds to move Sault’s downtown plaza forward

Federal funds to move Sault’s downtown plaza forward

Design will include performance space, splash pad, skating rink
Sault firm announces new head of security division

Sault firm announces new head of security division

Sonny Spina will be tasked with expanding NORPRO’s services across Ontario
Sault hires new director of economic development

Sault hires new director of economic development

Rick Van Staveren brings knowledge of North, 25 years of experience to the role
Security guards, PSWs, nurses top Sault job postings for 2020

Security guards, PSWs, nurses top Sault job postings for 2020

December employment numbers up, but we’ve got January lockdown to contend with, analysts say