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Ontario confirms 88 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 88 new COVID cases today

Over the last seven days the province's public health agency has reported fewer than 700 new cases
2,112 passengers traveled through the Sault Airport in July

2,112 passengers traveled through the Sault Airport in July

This is a huge increase from the 440 that passed through in June
Aluminum tariffs an example of rising U.S. protectionism, trade expert says

Aluminum tariffs an example of rising U.S. protectionism, trade expert says

Trump says he intends to reimpose 10 per cent tariffs on aluminum imported from Canada
<b>Weekend Outlook:</b> Saturday will be nicer than Sunday. Again

Weekend Outlook: Saturday will be nicer than Sunday. Again

Six out of the seven weekends since the official start of summer has played out where Sunday brings wet and/or cooler weather than Saturday
Exercise, play, learn some history all in one outdoor space <b>(16 photos)</b>

Exercise, play, learn some history all in one outdoor space (16 photos)

Bellevue Park has all that and more
Dynowaves: the Sault’s surf rock band, releases new EP <b>(4 photos)</b>

Dynowaves: the Sault’s surf rock band, releases new EP (4 photos)

'Big Sun' EP released for download today, but will also be on 12-inch vinyl in the fall
Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Good morning, Sault Ste. Marie!

Sending good vibes your way today
Eastside Confectionery now officially a memory <b>(3 photos, video)</b>

Eastside Confectionery now officially a memory (3 photos, video)

Closed in 2015 after serving the Sault for 40 years, the building was torn down today
Police officers allowed to testify remotely, judge rules

Police officers allowed to testify remotely, judge rules

As frontline workers, having officers attend the courthouse puts others at risk, says Ontario Court Justice John Condon
Sault Police take on case of local man, missing since early July

Sault Police take on case of local man, missing since early July

Last contact with Ken Catling Jr. came from New Brunswick border, family member says