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    Bill C-36: The Moral Debate

    Should Bill C-36 pass, the government has pledged $20 million over five years to help sex workers exit the sex trade. Supporters of the bill and opponents alike...


    Provenzano Eyes The Mayor’s Chair

    After weeks of rumours and speculation Christian Provenzano has decided to throw his hat in the ring for Mayor of Sault Ste. Marie for the October 27 municipal ...

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    Old Clunkers are Gold For These Rat Rod Guys

    A passion for old farm vehicles has turned into a new business venture and hobby for two Sault Ste. Marie entrepreneurs. Kevin Koprash 24, and Red Culberson 34,...

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Northern Ontario Business Awards

Sault Hosts the 28th Annual Business Awards

Northern Ontario Business and the City of Sault Ste. Marie will be co-hosting the 28th Annual Northern Ontario Business Awards (NOBA) in Sault Ste. Marie! They are gearing up for a celebration and invite you to join them to mix and mingle with business executives from across Northern Ontario. The two-evening celebration will begin with a Networking Reception on Wednesday September 24, 2014, at the Canadian Bushplane Museum from 5:30-8:00 p.m. followed by the Awards Gala on Thursday September 25, ...

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Drinking & Driving

Traffic Complaint Helps Remove Impaired Driver from Highway

(WAWA, ON) -  On August 26, 2014 just before 9:00 p.m. officers from the Superior East Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Wawa received a complaint of a possible impaired driver Westbound on Highway 101.  Officers located and stopped the vehicle on Main Street within the Municipality of Wawa.   As a result of their investigation 27 year old Nathan ST-LOUIS of Cornwall Ontario was arrested and is charged with having over 80 mgs of Alcohol in his Blood ...

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For Consideration of Council

Ward 3 Candidate, David Poluck is chiming in on the Chilly Willy’s Sports Bar controversy and issued the following letter to council. Madam Mayor, Councilors, After reviewing by-law 2011-163 which authorizes an execution of an agreement between the City and Chilly Willy’s Sports Bar and Grill (Demised Area) of a restaurant /lounge at the Rhodes Arena commencing October 1, 2011 for a term of three years and expiring September 30, 2014 with clause 2(b) setting the terms for lease renewal.(see ...

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Jenna Takes The Grand Prize!!

ACE and EMC are proud to announce the winner of this year’s EMC’s Model Search: Jenna Gallagher! Jenna’s hard work and determination paid off as she was selected as the overall winner during the live Grand Finale, Friday, August 22 at the Kiwanis Community Theatre. Having no previous modelling experience, Jenna wowed the judges throughout the competition. Her ability to quickly pick up the skills necessary for runway and photography modelling made her the clear choice for this year’s search. ...

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Baker's Dozen

Baker’s Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets

We all know the story of Butcher, the Baker and the Candlestick Maker, right? But now, rub-a-dub-dub…the Baker has been found dead in the tub, his husband the Butcher stands accused of murder, and no one knows what’s happened to the Candlestick Maker… A single puppeteer transforms one puppet into twelve jury members, each struggling with our flawed judicial system, their own personal problems, their gnat-like attention spans, and their intolerance of other people (and of lactose). A man’s future ...

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Two Males Wanted For Theft

On the 1st of September 2014 there was a break and Enter to the residence in the 100 block of Weldon Ave Sault Ste. Marie. Entry was gained by kicking the front door of the residence. Taken were two 60” Phillips TV’s with a surround sound system. Two male suspects were seen in the area with a newer model minivan blue in colour. The description of the males: mid 20’s, wearing black jackets with hoods and one males hood was ...

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The True Meaning of Labour Day

Oh boy, Labour Day. These days, that is what the younger generation says every September 1st. It’s a day of fun and games, free food and drinks and just a nice day out for the whole family. It wasn’t always that way. If John Farris was alive, you could ask him how it was when he and co-workers tried to start up a union at Algoma Steel. They were beaten, thrown in jail, branded communists, and slandered by the owners ...

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