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SIU Charges Sault Ste. Marie Police Officer for sexual assault offences

A Sault Ste. Marie police officer is facing sexual assault charges. The Director of the Special Investigations Unit, Joseph Martino, says he has reasonable grounds to believe a Sault Ste. Marie Police Service officer committed criminal offences.  The SIU says the investigations concluded that there was sufficient evidence to proceed with sexual assault...

Dr. Lynn Wells appointed 12th President and Vice-Chancellor of Laurentian University

The University Board of Governors has appointed Dr. Lynn Wells as the next President and Vice-Chancellor of Laurentian University. According to the release, Dr. Wells will provide strategic vision and leadership for all academic, administrative, financial, and service operations, in keeping with the university’s bilingual mandate and tricultural identity.   Dr....

Autumn Peltier receives national recognition award

A Manitoulin Island woman who has been advocating for clean water since she was nine years old received national accolades for her work at a gala held this past weekend. According to the release, this Saturday Autumn Peltier received the Community Hero Award at the 25th Annual Canada Walk of Fame Gala. Peltier told the crowd it...

Free meals being offered in Elliot Lake once again

Free meals are once again being offered in Elliot Lake twice a week. Several local area businesses including Lyle’s No Frills, ELNOS, and the Elliot Lake Food Bank have come together to support free meals for the less fortunate in Elliot Lake. The free meals are being offered at the Elliot...

Cambrian College names two new Vice-Presidents

Two long-serving employees of Cambrian College are joining the executive team. College President, Kristine Morrissey says Janice Clarke has been chosen as Cambrian’s new Vice-President Academic, and Janneke Nicholls has been selected as Cambrian’s new Vice-President of Finance, Administration and Applied Research. Morrissey says Clarke joined Cambrian in 2005 as a faculty...

Dedicated teen doing 300 kilometer run from Sault Ste. Marie to Sudbury for diabetes research

He’s finding it a lot harder than he thought it would be, but a Grade 12 teen from Central Algoma Secondary School is running this week for diabetes research. As part of his sociology class and because he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2020, Talon King started his run from...
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