Number of Canadian smokers down slightly: survey

TORONTO - The number of Canadians who smoke tobacco appears to be dropping, a national survey suggests. The Canadian Community Health Survey, released Wednesday, found...

Man wanted in boy’s death fled 2,000 km before arrest

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - Police say an Ontario man accused of killing his seven-year-old stepson before allegedly injuring a bank employee made it nearly...

Interested in the Northern Ontario Party?

The Northern Ontario Party is calling an important information and member’s meeting for everyone who resides in the St. Joe's Island, Desbarats, Bruce Mines...
Kathleen Wynne

NDP demands to know the price tag of Wynne’s self-serving hydro ads

The NDP is filing requests under Freedom of Information laws to find out just how much public money Premier Kathleen Wynne is spending on...
Canadian Money

Ontario Releases Basic Income Consultation Feedback

Province Moving Forward with Pilot Program in 2017 Ontario is releasing a report that summarizes the feedback gathered from thousands of people across the province...

Central Canada more vulnerable to softwood duties

MONTREAL - Canada's lumber industry is in a stronger position to weather a U.S. trade battle than it was during the last major clash...

Central Algoma Food for Everyone (CAFFE) promotes emerging opportunities in local food processing

The Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Centre (SSMIC) is proud to announce the launch of Rural Agri-Innovation Network’s (RAIN’s) Central Algoma Food for Everyone (CAFFE)...
algoma university

A chance to win your first year of tuition free!

Come explore Algoma University this March Break! Algoma U will be hosting its annual March Break Open House for high school and college students...
NORPRO PDAC 2017

Local Business Shines the Spotlight on Sault Ste. Marie at International Mining Convention in...

Health, safety and security were top of mind as NORPRO introduced its complete lineup of products and services to delegates from around the world...
great lakes

Great Lakes mayors warn against Trump cuts to ecological initiative

MILWAUKEE - A group representing Great Lakes region mayors in the U.S. and Canada is sounding the alarm against potentially drastic cuts to an...