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These stories about local people previously featured in the news are made possible through the continued support of IDA Pharmacy as part of our Community Leaders Program.


How a friendship formed over a donated heart

How a friendship formed over a donated heart

A follow up to the story of Adam Prashaw and the journey his heart made back into his father's life
Sault-born Order of Canada recipient continues cancer research

Sault-born Order of Canada recipient continues cancer research

After rubbing shoulders with Donald Sutherland and such, Dr. Robert Korneluk, aged 70, went back to work on immunotherapy
Saultite channels Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump in new role

Saultite channels Snoop Dogg, Donald Trump in new role

Trish Rainone is back on the little screen as a tough, funny inmate in a women's prison
Boomer Phillips is not afraid to fail

Boomer Phillips is not afraid to fail

The Sault-born actor, comedian, firefighter is as determined as he is resilient, and that results in him being successful in a dual career
Indoor sports are going to be different this year. Here's how different

Indoor sports are going to be different this year. Here's how different

Sweaty fist-bumps, hugs, are definitely not okay
Alex Chornyj's wildest dreams come true

Alex Chornyj's wildest dreams come true

After publishing award-winning poetry book 'Vincelles' in February, the writer now has four books in his collection
Sometimes, the dark is a good place to be

Sometimes, the dark is a good place to be

Algoma Astronomers look to the skies for inspiration and knowledge. Tout astrophotography for beginning skylore enthusiasts
Look what they’ve done to the old Sault Ste. Marie Jail <b>(7 photos)</b>

Look what they’ve done to the old Sault Ste. Marie Jail (7 photos)

Building purchased by local entrepreneur, used by several tenants for different purposes
'Winter isn't cancelled,' says Koats for a Kause volunteer <b>(9 photos)</b>

'Winter isn't cancelled,' says Koats for a Kause volunteer (9 photos)

COVID-19 put a chill on the annual Coats for Kids drive so volunteers from Addiction And Mental Health Advocates warmed to the cause
Retired Lieutenant-Colonel reflects on military service, Remembrance Day in the age of COVID-19

Retired Lieutenant-Colonel reflects on military service, Remembrance Day in the age of COVID-19

Lance Knox is hopeful that the community will come together to help the legion's fundraising efforts, despite COVID-19