Publication Bans: A Collision of Rights and Freedoms

    I recently attended a legal hearing in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and it wasn’t a surprise, when yet again, one of the parties involved in the case requested a p...

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    Go For a Walk?

    There’s nothing better than a stroll with your best friend and if it helps the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society all the better! The Annual Cause For Paws D...

  • Brodie Residence – 1216 Queen St. E.

    Beautification Winners Announced

    The City of Sault Ste. Marie City Beautification Committee recently selected the winners of the 35th Annual City Beautification Awards. SaultOnline visited a fe...

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Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers: Crime of the Week

Crime Stoppers and the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service need the public’s help to solve a break and enter. Sometime between 9:00 pm Wednesday, 09 July 2014 and Thursday morning the Canadian Kidney Trust business located on Bruce Street was broken into. Entry was gained by spinning the deadbolt on the front door to gain access into the building. An HP 15 “laptop computer, a Dell 21” monitor and two cell phones were stolen. Keys for two cube vans were ...

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Lost Kayaks

Anyone Missing a Couple of Kayaks?

(GOULAIS TOWNSHIP, ON) – On August 15, 2014 two “Old Town” 12 ft. kayaks were recovered off Batchewana Island at the Sand Point Narrows.  The kayaks were swamped with water and sand with the oars still secured on the inside. If anyone is missing two kayaks contact the Sault Ste. Marie detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) at 1-888-310-1122.

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Collision Under Investigation

City Police are currently investigating a motor vehicle collision that occurred at approximately 12:20 pm at the intersection of Peoples Rd. and Second Line E. A westbound black car collided with an eastbound black pickup truck. Just prior to the collision, an ambulance had gone southbound through the intersection. Anyone who may have information on the accident is asked to contact Constable Tracy Speck, Traffic Services, (705) 949-6300, Ext. 295.

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Attempted Robbery Downtown

On the 15th of August 2014 at approximately 12:45 pm an adult male was walking in the parking lot behind 280 Queen Street East. The parking lot runs between Bruce Street and Dennis Street. The male victim heard the sound of foot steps behind him and as then pushed from behind. The suspect attempted to grab the victim’s wallet from his back pocket. The victim fell to the ground and the male suspect continued to run away from the area ...

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Items Stolen This Weekend

On the 15th of August just after 10 pm a homeowner on Jemmette Street returned home to discover the residence had been broken into during the daytime. Nothing appears to have been taken. On the 16th of August a homeowner on Summit Avenue reported a break and enter to their shed. A baby blue CCM 10 speed bike was taken. During the daytime hours on the 16th of August a residence on Sherbourne Street was entered. Items taken include a ...

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And This Is Where It Starts

Any budding artist could not resist the temptation of a blank canvas, and with that in mind many tried their hand at figure drawing as part of Art In The Park – the annual show and sale sponsored by the Art’s Council of Sault Ste. Marie & Algoma at Bondar Pavilion Sunday.   Several local artisans representing a number of mediums from textile , hand made crafts to large scale oil and watercolour paintings and everything in between. Local artist, ...

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