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Garden River intervenes in steel mill's insolvency proceedings

Garden River intervenes in steel mill's insolvency proceedings

The First Nation says it's never been consulted, accommodated or even notified of Algoma's proposal for a new port
Village Media platform extends into Kitchener

Village Media platform extends into Kitchener

Sault-based media company partners with Rogers Media on local website
Sault tourism director announces retirement

Sault tourism director announces retirement

Search is on for replacement for Ian McMillan
Colleges in twin Saults partner up for business education

Colleges in twin Saults partner up for business education

Students enrolled in business at Sault College can earn diploma and degree in four years
Steel tariffs to have ripple effect, says chamber

Steel tariffs to have ripple effect, says chamber

At midnight tonight, the United States will slap a 25 per cent tariff on imports of steel from Canada, Mexico and the European Union
Get moving on Soo Lock construction, says Congress

Get moving on Soo Lock construction, says Congress

U.S. marine shippers cheer House of Representatives super lock decision
Sault could go green with its arena

Sault could go green with its arena

Sault-born environmental magnate submits naming rights proposal for hometown hockey rink
Former Sault pulp mill building deserves saving, says conservation group

Former Sault pulp mill building deserves saving, says conservation group

National Trust for Canada puts St. Mary Paper Pulp Tower on the endangered list
Essar Steel Algoma could be on its way out of CCAA

Essar Steel Algoma could be on its way out of CCAA

Steelworkers to vote on tentative agreement with creditors
Batchewana First Nation celebrates townhouse completion

Batchewana First Nation celebrates townhouse completion

Townhouses will accommodate demographics that have the most difficulty finding suitable housing