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Sault university transitioning courses to online learning

Sault university transitioning courses to online learning

Forty courses have been moved online, more to come
Sault Ste. Marie entrepreneurs find opportunity during pandemic

Sault Ste. Marie entrepreneurs find opportunity during pandemic

Small business owners, organizations tell their stories of adaptability and resilience amid uncertainty
Provincial funds to combat invasive species

Provincial funds to combat invasive species

Renowned Sault research facility to develop new preventive, management measures
Algoma Steel Inc. commits to carbon neutrality

Algoma Steel Inc. commits to carbon neutrality

Sault Ste. Marie's largest employer eyeing net-zero carbon footprint within 30 years
Dredging starts for new Soo Lock construction

Dredging starts for new Soo Lock construction

Questions remain if Buy America policy, U.S. defense department rules will allow Canadian firms to fully participate in US$922.4-million project
Sault's tourism sector targets millennials for winter comeback

Sault's tourism sector targets millennials for winter comeback

The kids of baby boomers are considered the city's best chance to rebuild the COVID-ravaged tourism industry
Dubreuilville mine project clears permitting hurdle

Dubreuilville mine project clears permitting hurdle

Northeastern First Nation withholding its support until impact benefit agreement is inked
Sault Ste. Marie's major tourism draw derailed by COVID-19

Sault Ste. Marie's major tourism draw derailed by COVID-19

The Agawa Canyon Tour Train has been cancelled for 2020
Sault airport boosting safety measures as flights set to return

Sault airport boosting safety measures as flights set to return

Traffic is down more than 99 per cent this year
Growth on the horizon for Sault manufacturer

Growth on the horizon for Sault manufacturer

Soo Foundry will create jobs, purchase equipment with provincial funding