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Funding, strong policies needed to improve local food access, says report

Funding, strong policies needed to improve local food access, says report

Policy paper offers recommendations for food security in Algoma
Downtown demolition paves way for Sault's showpiece plaza

Downtown demolition paves way for Sault's showpiece plaza

Insurance office levelled to make room for $6.6-million project
Sault employers feeling the COVID-19 crunch

Sault employers feeling the COVID-19 crunch

Survey results reporting layoffs, low sales, and closures
Construction supply company matching hospital donations to battle COVID-19

Construction supply company matching hospital donations to battle COVID-19

OCP Construction Supplies donating up to $100,000 to regional health centres
Pandemic-led slowdown leads to job cuts at Sault steelmaker

Pandemic-led slowdown leads to job cuts at Sault steelmaker

Algoma Steel will lay off 70 employees
Sault Chamber offering new memberships for free

Sault Chamber offering new memberships for free

Complimentary basic membership is being offered to all non-member local business during the month of May
Hapag Lloyd cancels Great Lakes cruise

Hapag Lloyd cancels Great Lakes cruise

No stops by cruise operator in Thunder Bay and Sault for 2020
Sault businesses, big and small, providing support during pandemic

Sault businesses, big and small, providing support during pandemic

Free meals, grocery delivery, and masks among services being supplied
Sault entrepreneur sees reason to be optimistic when COVID-19 crisis subsides

Sault entrepreneur sees reason to be optimistic when COVID-19 crisis subsides

Jason Naccarato says that while pent-up demand may mean a boost for business, some sectors will still be vulnerable
COVID-19 uncertainty shuts big Algoma Steel construction site

COVID-19 uncertainty shuts big Algoma Steel construction site

Work temporarily halted on No. 2 ladle metallurgy facility