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Feds serve up $14.6 million for First Nation water treatment plant

Feds serve up $14.6 million for First Nation water treatment plant

Construction finished on plant to serve Lake Superior-area community
Algoma Steel, Steelworkers reach tentative agreement

Algoma Steel, Steelworkers reach tentative agreement

Acceptance of proposed five-year deal could avoid strike in a booming steel market
Northern Ontario Business Awards now accepting 2022 nominations

Northern Ontario Business Awards now accepting 2022 nominations

Submissions to regional business awards program will be accepted until Oct. 7
Sault airport passenger traffic trending upward

Sault airport passenger traffic trending upward

On-site flight training at the airport resumes this fall
Algoma Steel talks to resume on Friday

Algoma Steel talks to resume on Friday

The deadline for talks is 11:59 p.m. Monday
Algoma Steel lauds decade-long improvement in workplace safety

Algoma Steel lauds decade-long improvement in workplace safety

‘At Algoma, we believe in safety without compromise,’ says CEO Michael Garcia
Biggest construction project in Sault’s history is now underway

Biggest construction project in Sault’s history is now underway

Algoma Steel has already sunk $103 million into its $703-million electric-arc furnace facility. New buildings will start to rise either late next month or in October
Toronto film producer has big plans for Sault’s CTV building

Toronto film producer has big plans for Sault’s CTV building

Justin L. Levine proposes to add one or two storeys on top of former television station at 119 East St.
Algoma Steel turns a profit as strike possibility looms

Algoma Steel turns a profit as strike possibility looms

Sault Ste. Marie steel producer continues to reap the rewards of a booming steel market
FedNor invests over $168,000 in Algoma branding solutions

FedNor invests over $168,000 in Algoma branding solutions

Sault Ste. Marie screen printing company expands shop, installs new equipment