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Sault airport CEO encouraged by upward trending traffic numbers

Sault airport CEO encouraged by upward trending traffic numbers

Air carriers starting to increase capacity limits in May
Northern Ontario firms make the grade as best managed companies

Northern Ontario firms make the grade as best managed companies

McDougall Energy, J.L. Richards have each stayed on list for more than a decade
Sault College, employers say training, jobs available in skilled trades

Sault College, employers say training, jobs available in skilled trades

Skilled workers retiring; educators say it’s important to remove stigma attached to trades
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Service with a smile is all in the family at Sault butcher shop

Generational Business: Service with a smile is all in the family at Sault butcher shop

City Meat Market has served downtown patrons since 1910
Wardlaw Heating & Cooling sold to St. Catharines-based company

Wardlaw Heating & Cooling sold to St. Catharines-based company

Sault Ste. Marie business was established in 1981
Hamilton contractor will build Algoma Steel's electric arc furnace building

Hamilton contractor will build Algoma Steel's electric arc furnace building

Walters Group will team up with SIS Manufacturing on Sault Ste. Marie steelmakers’ expansion project
Sault College upgrading engineering school with $5.2M renovation

Sault College upgrading engineering school with $5.2M renovation

Construction on 8,000-square-foot space slated to be complete by September
Algoma Steel appoints new CEO

Algoma Steel appoints new CEO

Michael Garcia will take over on June 1, following Michael McQuade's retirement
Cruise ship visits expected to put wind in Sault tourism's sails

Cruise ship visits expected to put wind in Sault tourism's sails

The city is anticipating 31 stops at the Roberta Bondar port between May and September
With an election in sight, Doug Ford once again ready to hop on the Ring of Fire ‘bulldozer’

With an election in sight, Doug Ford once again ready to hop on the Ring of Fire ‘bulldozer’

Ontario premier appears in the Sault to charge up Algoma Steel and the critical minerals mining industry