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  • Sarnia-Lambton designated one of Canada's Foreign Trade Zones
    par Paul Morden le 13/04/2021 à 6:13

    Sarnia and all of Lambton County have been designated as one of Canada’s few Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), joining four other communities in Ontario and a total of 16 locations across the country. The virtual announcement – made April 12 by Marie-France Lalonde, the parliamentary secretary […]

  • Steelworker donations in 2020 total $233K
    par From a media release le 13/04/2021 à 2:26

    Sault Ste. Marie and area United Steelworkers locals donated $232,576 to various charities in 2020. Among the charities to benefit are Algoma District School Board’s and Huron Superior Catholic Board’s breakfast programs, ARCH, Pauline’s Place, Royal Canadian Legion, Sault Area […]

  • Landfill, hazardous waste depot open
    par From a media release le 13/04/2021 à 2:22

    The current Ontario-wide lockdown hasn’t affected Sault Ste. Marie waste and recycling collection, nor will it halt normal spring operations. The city’s Household Hazardous Waste Depot has opened for the season Tuesday to Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., says a media release from the […]

  • Coach-GM Kyle Brick will return to NOJHL Beavers for a sixth season
    par Randy Russon le 13/04/2021 à 2:19

    Brick building will continue on the Beaver dam. The most productive coach in franchise history is returning to the Blind River Beavers of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League for a sixth season, Sault This Week has confirmed. Kyle Brick, who will turn 35 later this month, has re-upped with the […]

  • Northern boys are plentiful on teams in NOJHL
    par Randy Russon le 13/04/2021 à 2:17

    Teams in the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League are able to recruit players from all over Canada, not to mention the United States. But homegrown players from Northern Ontario remain popular among NOJHL teams. Of particular note, four teams that saw action in the NOJHL’s West Division during […]

  • Brantford's iconic OHL history includes Batchewana winger turned famed landmark lawyer Gary Corbiere
    par Randy Russon le 13/04/2021 à 2:09

    They were here for a good time, not a long time. To be sure, their history is one of modest length yet the Brantford Alexanders remain an iconic Ontario Hockey League franchise mainly because of the number of high performance players who wore their red-white-and-black jersey from 1978 to 1984. […]

  • Beavers look to make another splash next season as two Sault boys commit
    par Randy Russon le 13/04/2021 à 2:06

    A normal regular season in the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League is 56 games for each of its teams. Well, in what was an abnormal, offbeat 2020-2021 season relative to COVID-19, it nonetheless — for example — led to the Blind River Beavers being able to play 21 games against two cohort […]

  • What can you plant in early spring?
    par Susan Richards le 13/04/2021 à 2:03

    It is such an early spring, with beautifully mild weather, that everyone is itching to plant. A word of caution though: be sure your soil has dried up enough to be workable before thinking about getting your hands in the dirt. If your vegetable garden is dry enough, add compost to get the area ready

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