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Sault Ste. Marie

North Shore highways to be rehabilitated (4/02)

Road conditions and road safety on Highway 17 along the North Shore will be improved with provincial government investments of nearly $10 million.

Multimillion-dollar infrastructure project planned (4/02)

Preparatory work on a new Super Lock on the St. Mary's River is expected to commence by year's end. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer, operators of the canal at Sault Ste.

Forestry forum focuses on small-business managment, safety, environmental issues (4/02)

Small-business management in the forest industry will be one of many topics covered during an annual forestry workers training session in Sault Ste. Marie on April 19.

College, university form cross-border education links (4/02)

A cross-border education linkage between Sault College in Ontario and Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. is offering more opportunities for students.

Economic growth opportunities projected in agricultural sector (4/02)

Farming stands to be a growth sector in the east Algoma district and more should be done to promote the industry, according to a two-year study prepared by Harry Cumming and Associates.

City ignored planner’s warnings (4/02)

By Ian Ross It came as no big surprise to Joe Sniezek when Statistics Canada released census figures in March indicating that Northern Ontario lost 40,000 people over a five-year period. The City of Sault Ste.

High-tech meeting venue opens (4/02)

By Ian Ross Algoma’s Water Town Inn has made substantial renovations to their already posh meeting space and has established itself as one of Northern Ontario’s premier strategic business meeting venues. The Sault Ste.

Renovations revamp college space

By Ian Ross A flurry of renovation activity is taking place at Sault College this spring as the institution embarks on its largest renovation project in its 37-year existence.

Passage North (4/02)

A proposed rail-to-truck reload centre development could put Sault Ste. Marie on the map as a major freight corridor into the U.S. Midwest and the eastern states, says a local businessman.

Gateway project takes shape (4/02)

By Ian Ross City officials feel confident the third time will be the charm in retaining the right private developer to finally revive Sault Ste. Marie’s stalled Gateway tourism project.