Feature: Northern Superior


Angela Romano
By
May 25, 2020

Who doesn’t like an ice cold beer especially as we start to see temperatures start to heat up in Sault Ste. Marie? 

(It’s no secret that I have been known to enjoy a cold beer or two, especially in the summer months.) 

Well, the Sault is fortunate to have two breweries in operation and without question, Northern Superior Brewing Company as its predecessor Northern Brewery, has a storied history here and has been quenching the thirst of residents for many, many years. 

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Forest fire near Highway 17


Highway 17 between Webbwood and the Espanola turnoff — about 150 miles east of the Sault — was closed for about five hours on Saturday night.

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City Meat Market re-opening


Angela Romano
By
May 22, 2020

We have some good news relative to the family owned and operated — and very popular — City Meat Market, which is located in the Sault’s downtown.

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‘Prevent, detect and treat’


Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government is moving forward with innovative research to prevent, detect and treat COVID-19.

Ross Romano

As part of the government’s $20 million Ontario COVID-19 ‘Rapid Research Fund’, the plan is to focus on areas of research such as vaccine development, diagnostics, drug trials and development, and social sciences, as relayed today by premier Doug Ford et al.

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Don’t miss this at Gliss


Gliss Restaurant, located on Spring Street in the Sault’s downtown, is now open three days a week for curbside pickup and delivery.

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Schools will stay out


Ontario premier Doug Ford has taken to the legendary lyrics of iconic rock star Alice Cooper: “Schools out for the summer.”

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Sault smiles at Bennardo


Angela Romano
By
May 18, 2020

(EDITOR’S NOTE: A regular feature in which we share many of the smiles that help make the Sault a friendly place to do business.)

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Good news via Algoma Steel


Algoma Steel Inc. has confirmed that it has inked a new iron ore pellet purchase agreement with United States Steel Corp. that will span four years.

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IDA partners with ARCH


IDA Pharmacy of the Sault has confirmed a partnership with ARCH Hospice that is designed to provide support where it is needed.

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Feature: Makwa Wise


Angela Romano
By
May 12, 2020

Sometimes things happen suddenly and unexpectedly. And the story of how Makwa Wise came to be an advertiser on Sault Business Matters is an example of this. 

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$3 million for Trunk Road


Randy Russon
By
May 11, 2020

The Sault’s member of provincial parliament has confirmed that the Ontario government has committed the tidy sum of $3 million to support the resurfacing of Trunk Road.

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Ford praises Romano et al


Randy Russon
By
May 9, 2020

Ontario premier Doug Ford, in his daily televised briefing relative to the COVID-19 crisis, took the time today to praise the member of provincial parliament for Sault Ste. Marie.

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From our local politicians


Sault Business Matters has received a release from the office of Ross Romano relative to a COVID-19 announcement from the Sault’s member of provincial parliament in tandem with Sault member of parliament Terry Sheehan and Sault mayor Christian Provenzano.

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Feature: Willson Greco Law


Angela Romano
By
May 6, 2020

Situated at 494 Albert Street East in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, you will come across a beautiful, rustic looking building that is home to the law offices of Willson Greco Barristers & Solicitors

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Att: landlords, business tenants


Landlords and their business tenants should work together to meet eligibility requirements for the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance program, says the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce.

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May we be okay in May


Randy Russon
By
May 4, 2020

We seem to be getting past first base. As in flattening the curve from the 100 mile an hour fastball that COVID-19 threw at the world. Doug Ford, the province’s stand-up, no-nonsense premier, has lauded Ontario residents for stepping up to the plate when called upon. And in Sault Ste. Marie, team work has been evident.

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Battle of Atlantic ceremony


The grounds of the Sault’s Royal Canadian Legion Branch 25 was the site of a social distance ceremony today that honoured soldiers who served in the Battle of the Atlantic during World War 2.

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SBM joins local Chamber


Taking advantage of a complimentary offer from the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce, Sault Business Matters has joined it.

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‘We’re getting close’ — Ford


Randy Russon
By
April 30, 2020

Premier Doug Ford said today that Ontario is “getting close” to re-opening. Appearing on live television from Queen’s Park in Toronto, Ford noted that the provincial government has a sector-specific list of guidelines to protect workers, consumers and the general public from the spread of COVID-19.

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Gliss opening for pickup


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
April 30, 2020

Gliss Restaurant, located on Spring Street in the downtown area of the Sault, is re-opening for curbside pickup, co-owner Kristi Turner has advised Sault Business Matters.

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Online vendor event


Angela Romano
By
April 30, 2020

Sault Business Matters is pleased to announce that local entrepreneur Amanda Holmberg of Amanda’s Reading Corner — she is also a local “gelmoment” vendor — has organized a local online vendor shopping event for this weekend.

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