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Sault Ste. Marie

Management secured (04/04)

The City of Sault Ste. Marie has secured big-league management as the future operator of its proposed new multi-use arena project, and is approaching the government for more money.

Public, private sector lead Sault bio oil plant proposal (04/04)

Sault Ste. Marie could soon boast a cogeneration facility fuelled by bio oil. A group of private and public sector groups led by the Sault Ste. Marie Public Utilities Commission Services Inc., DynaMotive Energy Systems of Vancouver, B.C.

Web forum to spur dialogue among mayors (04/04)

By IAN ROSS The provincial Tories’ Smart Growth initiative to plan the North’s economic future has come and gone. With a new Liberal government in place, Sault Ste.

Firm projects growth on heels of Mr. Lube expansion (04/04)

By IAN ROSS Pull into a Mr. Lube franchise somewhere in Canada and chances are there is a Sault Ste. Marie connection.

Intermodal hub solution to border tie-ups (04/04)

By IAN ROSS Border tie-ups due to truck inspections, homeland security issues and increased trade are costing the North American economy millions of dollars and are crippling border communities. Sault Ste.

Italian manufacturers target of mission (01/04)

In building upon the North American success of Filtrec, a European filter manufacturer in Northern Ontario, the Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corp.

GIS companies team up, win bid (01/04)

A consortium of local geographic information system companies from across the Algoma district has teamed up and won a contract to provide GIS services in the region’s north end.

Alignment to spur growth (01/04)

Sault Ste. Marie consultant Doug Clute has aligned himself with one of Ontario’s largest multi-disciplinary development firms. Clute & Associates recently signed an agreement to co-operate with Marshall Macklin Monaghan Ltd.

E-store a focus for 2003 (01/04)

Equipment World Inc.

Power projects proposed (12/03)

Out of a need to fortify their economies, White River, Pic Mobert First Nation and Pic River First Nation are looking for alternatives through hydro generating stations, value-added products and multi-use adventure trails.