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City budget  looks to be pandemic-proof

City budget looks to be pandemic-proof

Growing assessment expected to help firm our bottom line
Five fatalities, over 6,300 traffic charges in OPP jurisdictions over long weekend

Five fatalities, over 6,300 traffic charges in OPP jurisdictions over long weekend

The fatalities included two off-roaders and a kayaker as well as a motorcyclist and a motor vehicl driver
No new forest fires in the region

No new forest fires in the region

There are currently 10 active fires in the region as of Thursday evening
Police presence on Wellington Street East

Police presence on Wellington Street East

Few details available at this time
Father-son team kayaking Lake Superior for a worthy cause

Father-son team kayaking Lake Superior for a worthy cause

Peter and Rob Greve kayaking 300 kilometres from the Sault to Michipicoten River to raise funds, awareness for Lake Superior Watershed Conservancy
Program to attract skilled immigrants to the Sault gets major funding boost <b>(3 photos)</b>

Program to attract skilled immigrants to the Sault gets major funding boost (3 photos)

Two of the first accepted applicants to the program went on to careers as licensed practical nurses, working on the front lines against COVID-19
Laurentian researchers plan to tour the North to find out why some people choose not to get vaccinated

Laurentian researchers plan to tour the North to find out why some people choose not to get vaccinated

LU team hoping to answer vaccine questions and concerns with causing conflict 
Alzheimer Society moves to new, bigger location

Alzheimer Society moves to new, bigger location

Organization to operate out of 61 Great Northern Road as of Monday
Canada, U.S. business leaders urge Congress to demand to see northern border plan

Canada, U.S. business leaders urge Congress to demand to see northern border plan

Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents will be allowed to cross into Canada beginning Monday
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province issues new COVID-19 child care guidance, centres seek clarity

ONTARIO: Province issues new COVID-19 child care guidance, centres seek clarity

Guidance says that singing indoors is now permitted, as are visitors, though some child-care operators say they need more clarity on the latter