Canada - The Sault Star
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
City police act on Mitchell concerns
Some policies are being adjusted, or could be tweaked, by Sault Ste. Marie Police Service following ...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
‘I would not be here ... ’
Early signs said there was little need for concern. Some “things” were showing up on Me...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
Several provincial ministries are prepared to work with Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha to help...
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
Change in municipal election winds
In six months’ time, Sault Ste. Marie voters will be heading to the polls to elect their next muni...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
APRIL IS ORGAN DONATION MONTH
Heart transplant recipient Harold Brain holds a photo of a man named Laine, who died while waiting f...
Thursday - 19th April, 2018
PIE IN THE SKY
Teacher Natasha Crowell reacts after getting pied by students Kaylea Furkey and Megan McMillan at St...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
The case for new facility
An “enhanced” business case for a Level 3 withdrawal management facility will be submitted to th...
Tuesday - 17th April, 2018
Winter just won’t let go
At the time of year, public works and traffic crews are well into sweeping streets and sidewalks.&am...
Monday - 16th April, 2018
JUST A TAD OFF THE TOP, PLEASE
Catherine Moore puts gel in the hair of Douglas Downs, 6, during the 11th annual Cuts for the Cause ...
Saturday - 14th April, 2018
North treated like colony, says party founder
NORTH BAY - They called it Aurora. It was to be a new province in Canada, carved out of Ontario’s ...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
‘Forever in our hearts’
Parkland Public School students and staff are teaming up to send words of comfort to young people in...
Thursday - 12th April, 2018
Matthew Shoemaker hopes city council will get its hands into the provincial election. The W...
Wednesday - 11th April, 2018
‘Now I know what to expect’
Lindsay Wonnacott surely heaved a sigh of relief. The young Echo Bay woman learned Monday s...
Tuesday - 10th April, 2018
All but lions safe at Spruce Haven - for now
Most of the animals at Spruce Haven Nature Park are safe – at least for the time being. A...
Monday - 9th April, 2018
‘I don’t fiddle around’
Lucky in life. Lucky in love. Kenneth and Irmgard Hibbert celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary o...
Saturday - 7th April, 2018
School bus collisions concern OPP
Three separate crashes involving school buses in the past two days, including one that left a motori...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
More needle drop bins on the way
Four new needle drop bins are on their way — now it’s a matter of pinpointing where to put them....
Thursday - 5th April, 2018
Algoma Fall Festival seeks more visitors
Algoma Arts Festival Association is starting work on a new strategic plan to help drive more tourist...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
A nod to brewing newbies
It could be dubbed a licence to swill. Festival of Beer — Part 007 GoldenEye PA is slated...
Tuesday - 3rd April, 2018
‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’
It’s all about the ink — and drilling home a few facts. Twin City Tattoo Convention mak...
Monday - 2nd April, 2018
Period Purse launches Sault drive
Feminine hygiene products weren’t top of mind when Megan Scott donated to food drives. Sh...
Saturday - 31st March, 2018
SCENTS OF THE SEASON
Gudrun Schatzler, co-owner of Mann Florist on Queen Street East, displays some of her most in-demand...
Thursday - 29th March, 2018
Christina Barone, a Grade 12 student at Superior Heights Collegiate and Vocational School, makes mea...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
New partnerships planned for Old Stone House site
Expanded display panels, a gender-free washroom and partnerships with more community groups are ways...
Tuesday - 27th March, 2018
Who has the right stuff?
Applications are in. Now it’s time to see who has the right stuff. Earlier this year, Sau...
Monday - 26th March, 2018
Carfentanyl hits Sault streets
A new extremely deadly type of fentanyl is in Sault Ste. Marie. Carfentanyl is 100 times mo...
Saturday - 24th March, 2018
GET READY FOR PLAYOFF HOCKEY
Fans cheer on the Soo Greyhounds during game one of Ontario Hockey League’s Western Conference qua...
Friday - 23rd March, 2018
Catholic board still considers Naloxone
A relative’s death and a fire department’s choice of dealing with overdoses are driving some Hur...
Thursday - 22nd March, 2018
DANCE FOR DIVERSITY
Sault College students participate in a Punjabi folk dance as part of activities marking United Nati...
Wednesday - 21st March, 2018
College wants to be home for new city ice pad
Sault College wants the city to consider building a new ice pad on its campus. City council...
Tuesday - 20th March, 2018
‘They say write what you know’
Jared Keeso comes across like a humble schmelt — that’s rookie in Letterkenny language — when ...
Monday - 19th March, 2018
City likely to turn on tap
City council is expected to give the nod Monday night that will officially put a shovel in the groun...
Saturday - 17th March, 2018
Millions for public transit
Sault Ste. Marie will receive $31.7 million over the next decade from the federal and provincial gov...
Friday - 16th March, 2018
Response not ‘appropriate’
A former Sault Ste. Marie woman is planning a conference she hopes will develop local solutions for ...
Thursday - 15th March, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will stay vigilant and keep the pressure on the U.S. Trump...
Wednesday - 14th March, 2018
‘Potential solution’ pitched
Paramedics in Sault Ste. Marie will have to wait a little longer before a labour relations board det...
Tuesday - 13th March, 2018
Weston foundation chips in to move caribou
MONTREAL RIVER HARBOUR — Thanks to luck, skill, funding from private organizations and the persist...
Monday - 12th March, 2018
Ford win not ‘expected’
After what was supposed to be a day that unified the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, chaos l...
Saturday - 10th March, 2018
Provincial dollars help cities with pot legislation
The provincial government will provide $40 million of its revenue from the federal excise duty on re...
Friday - 9th March, 2018
Three people were hurt in a two-vehicle crash at Wellington Street East and Kohler Street early Thur...
Thursday - 8th March, 2018
Terry Sheehan has been explaining the importance of the supply chain to counterparts in the United S...
Wednesday - 7th March, 2018
Coun. Matthew Shoemaker wants city council to do what it can in order to help the James Street neigh...
Tuesday - 6th March, 2018
Chromite critics cry out
SUDBURY — Despite a ringing endorsement from city council for a Noront ferrochrome processing plan...
Monday - 5th March, 2018
Doug Ford is tired of just talk about the Ring of Fire. If the former Toronto city councill...
Saturday - 3rd March, 2018
GET THE PUCK
Sarnia Sting Curtis Egert has the puck while teammate Connor Schlichting and Soo Greyhounds Taylor R...
Friday - 2nd March, 2018
‘People just are not obeying the stop sign’
Motorists who are “just not stopping ” made Gore Street and Albert Street East the top intersect...
Thursday - 1st March, 2018
‘We’re together ... We will do it together’
Jackie Johns insists there’s little chance she’ll become addicted to being inked. Unlik...
Wednesday - 28th February, 2018
Province puts caribou transfer on ice
MONTREAL RIVER HARBOUR — Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is putting a caribou transfer ...
Tuesday - 27th February, 2018
Brace for ‘a little bit cooler’ March
A break from cold weather isn’t likely in March. Nadine Powell, a meteorologist with The ...
Monday - 26th February, 2018
MOTHER NATURE SMILES ON COLDEST NIGHT WALKERS
Coldest Night of the Year participants make their way east on Albert Street East on Saturday. Thirty...
Saturday - 24th February, 2018
Feds brew up partnerships
There’s nothing like buying local. Just ask Sault MP Terry Sheehan who has seen the fruit...
Friday - 23rd February, 2018
COLD NIGHT, WARM HEARTS
Nat Cicchelli, general manager of St. Vincent Place, and Jennifer Sarlo, chair of Coldest Night of t...
Thursday - 22nd February, 2018
More caribou land new island home
Five caribou now have a new home on Caribou Island. Last week, the Ministry of Natural Reso...
Wednesday - 21st February, 2018
Council blesses bid to beef up addiction services
City council has passed a resolution endorsing Sault Area Hospital’s request to establish a Level ...
Tuesday - 20th February, 2018
Back to backing Brown
Ross Romano is backing Patrick Brown’s bid to regain leadership of Ontario’s Progressive Conserv...
Saturday - 17th February, 2018
HOORAY FOR HOUNDS
A young fan cheers on Soo Greyhounds during first-period action against Hamilton Bulldogs at Essar C...
Friday - 16th February, 2018
It’s time for city council to find an affordable solution to help homeowners deal with the “chun...
Thursday - 15th February, 2018
Go public, private sector
Small businesses are being called upon to mobilize and ensure their needs take centre stage in this ...
Wednesday - 14th February, 2018
EVERYTHING’S COMING UP ROSES
Rome’s Independent Grocer employee Amy Triplett says business at the store’s floral shop is espe...
Tuesday - 13th February, 2018
‘It is happening here’
Sault Ste. Marie is struggling with substance abuse issues. That’s the reality that the c...
Monday - 12th February, 2018
Newbies join polar plunge veterans
Donning a Tilley hat for his latest Ontario Winter Carnival Bon Soo Polar Bear Swim was “a neat id...
Saturday - 10th February, 2018
Fired up for ferrochrome
Sault Ste. Marie has the ‘clear path forward’ that Noront Resources wants to see for its ferroch...
Friday - 9th February, 2018
Small businesses are continuing to lose confidence in the Ontario business market and are finding it...
Thursday - 8th February, 2018
READY, WILLING AND ABLE
Brea-Anna Jacksic, a Northern Ontario commercial account manager with TD Canada Trust, speaks with P...
Wednesday - 7th February, 2018
Putting ice on the bleeding
Sault Ste. Marie’s premier entertainment facility is losing more money every year. The an...
Tuesday - 6th February, 2018
The City of Sault Ste. Marie should engage the expertise of Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums...
Monday - 5th February, 2018
BON SOO SELFIE
Friends Sandeep Kaur and Navjot Kaur get a photo with Mr. Bon Soo during Ontario Winter Carnival Bon...
Saturday - 3rd February, 2018
Mayor says presentation to Noront went ‘very well’
Mayor Christian Provenzano said he’s pleased with the city’s presentation of its ferrochrome pla...
Saturday - 27th January, 2018
Judge orders Algoma and unions back to table
A judge has ordered Algoma and its consenting creditors and the unions representing the majority of ...
Friday - 26th January, 2018
Ontario PCs will move forward, says Romano
Sault Ste. Marie MPP Ross Romano was on the conference call late last night that resulted in the una...
Thursday - 25th January, 2018
Student stars of mat, rink Sault-bound
February will no doubt be a busy month for Algoma University’s athletics department. The ...
Wednesday - 24th January, 2018
Star Santa Fund exceeds expectations
Stretching the Sault Star Santa Fund didn’t hurt. This year’s campaign officially wrapp...
Monday - 22nd January, 2018
‘A love and passion for what you do’
Kim Forbes was “the director-curator extraordinaire” at Sault Ste. Marie Museum. Forbes...
Saturday - 20th January, 2018
Policeman ‘Pedals for Possibilities’
Sonny Spina plans to pedal, a lot, to raise cash for United Way Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma District...
Friday - 19th January, 2018
Students’ creations touch on painful history
Anick Champagne “wasn’t sure what to expect” when she instructed her students to create graphi...
Thursday - 18th January, 2018
Transit plan unveiled
A proposal to transform Sault Transit into the next decade will see fewer transfers, more direct ser...
Wednesday - 17th January, 2018
SAH makes pitch for new addiction, mental health facility
In the world of withdrawal management services, patient profiles are changing. “Twenty ye...
Tuesday - 16th January, 2018
Canadian agriculture’s top official says he’s “still optimistic” the North American Free Tra...
Monday - 15th January, 2018
Nature-based early childhood education is an idea Andrea Welz wants to take root in Sault Ste. Marie...
Saturday - 13th January, 2018
Bondar brings joy and awe to sick children
Katelyn Godin was disappointed when she was unable to attend a photography exhibition with her Grade...
Friday - 12th January, 2018
Area flu cases up and could get worse
Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma are following a sick national trend. Like the rest of Canada, t...
Wednesday - 10th January, 2018
Tuesday - 9th January, 2018
Special spaces warm body and soul
When temperatures become particularly cold outside, business naturally heats up inside Sault Ste. Ma...
Monday - 8th January, 2018
They’re fresh from a 23-game win streak, they’re the top-ranked team in the Canadian Hockey Leag...
Saturday - 6th January, 2018
Lives put at risk in fire caused by making hash oil
A judge needs more time to decide what punishment a Blind River man will face after he caused an his...
Friday - 5th January, 2018
‘I just kind of learned to manage within it’
A Sault Ste. Marie native is one of four actresses alleging sexual assault and harassment against th...
Thursday - 4th January, 2018
Sault Mich. sets sights on snowmobile record
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., is gearing up to break a Guinness World Record. The municipality w...
Wednesday - 3rd January, 2018
ARCH workers to unionize
More than 34 Algoma Residential Community Hospice employees will unionize. This encompasses...
Tuesday - 2nd January, 2018
Nothing ‘fake’ about this list of banned words
Tons of people want Lake Superior State University to ban fake news this year. Let that sin...
Saturday - 30th December, 2017
In memoriam 2017 ...
Sault Ste. Marie’s longest serving city councillor, the businessman and philanthropist who owned S...
Friday - 29th December, 2017
Student pumped about politics
Annina Trecroce is laying the groundwork for her future political career. The St. Mary’s ...
Thursday - 28th December, 2017
Be mindful of holiday diet
Ambitious New Year’s resolutions may be already set: Putting down the fork while lifting up the we...
Wednesday - 27th December, 2017
SONGS OF THE SEASON
Director Bob Shami leads 30 members of his Northland Barbershop Chorus during a selection of Christm...
Saturday - 23rd December, 2017
Dreaming of a frigid Christmas
Baby, it’s freezing outside for the Christmas holidays. Keep the long johns, toques and h...
Thursday - 21st December, 2017
Wednesday - 20th December, 2017
Quick sick-day fix not there
A quick cure for Sault Area Hospital’s sick day dilemma is not in the cards, says the facility’s...
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