Spring at Big Lake Cabin


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 5, 2021

The food crew at Big Lake Cabin has cooked up its new spring menu.

And not only does Sault Business Matters have the new spring menu at Big Lake Cabin to share but we can tell you that BLC is now open Monday through Saturday starting at 10:30 a.m.

…[read more]

Inside or takeout at Gliss


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 5, 2021

Gliss Restaurant, located at 133 Spring Street in the Sault’s downtown, recently re-opened inside.

And Gliss manager Kristi Turner tells Sault Business Matters “that we have been fairly busy … we are open inside and for takeout Wednesday through Saturday at 5 o’clock.”

To make a reservation or to call for takeout, phone 705-759-0000. A copy of the entrees menu is listed below.

…[read more]

Albert, Gore stop sign


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 3, 2021

Sault Business Matters issues this reminder of the new stop sign at Albert and Gore streets in that area of the downtown.

…[read more]

Eagle assists Soo Theatre


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 2, 2021

Sault Ste. Marie radio station Eagle 95.1 is showing its passion for the historic Soo Theatre, which is located in the Michigan Soo’s downtown.

…[read more]

Local church thrift shops


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 1, 2021

There are two churches in the downtown area of the Sault that feature thrift shops that are open to the public every Wednesday.

…[read more]

Creation of N1 Solutions


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 25, 2021

President Brad Gregorini and his management team have created N1 Solutions Inc. to further reflect the growth and diversification of the NORPRO brand. 

…[read more]

Sault smiles … with Dunbar


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 23, 2021

Dunbar Thompson of the Whisky Barrel

(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.)

…[read more]

Extra critical care bed


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 18, 2021

Ross Romano

Sault Ste. Marie member of provincial parliament Ross Romano has confirmed that the Ontario government is providing Sault Area Hospital with $249,400 to build a new critical care bed to help alleviate pressures and add support in the intensive care unit.

The funding will improve access to critical care amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Romano noted.

…[read more]

City facilities re-opening


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 15, 2021

The City of Sault Ste. Marie, as per Algoma Public Health and the Ontario Government, will return to ‘yellow protect’ on Tuesday. This designation will allow various facilities to re-open with public health and work place safety measures in place.

…[read more]

Sault smiles … with Liz


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 13, 2021

Liz Willson

(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.)

…[read more]

Happy 105th, Margaret


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 13, 2021

Margaret Nicolson

Sault Business Matters has received a heart-warming photo and message from the F.J. Davey home relative to resident Margaret Nicolson recently celebrating her 105th birthday.

…[read more]

Pond Hockey Apparel


Angela Romano
By
February 8, 2021

It was back in November when I was the lucky winner of a pretty nice looking shirt via ‘Movember’ promotion and the fine folks at Broers Jansen in the Sault’s downtown.  I am one of the first people to try to support local philanthropic initiatives. In this case, it was for every purchase of Broers Jansen mulled wine, (you really had to twist my arm for this one), you received an entry into a draw for a shirt and they would donate some money to the ‘Movember’ campaign.  When I received the shirt — which was super soft and comfy by the way — I noticed the words Pond Hockey Apparel on the sleeve.

…[read more]

Romano has H.E.A.R.T.S


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 5, 2021

Sault Business Matters has received the following statement from Sault Ste. Marie member of provincial parliament Ross Romano relative to new support for mental health and addictions in the Sault.

…[read more]

Get this at Gliss


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
February 4, 2021

A signature dish of chef Derek Turner is the whitefish special that Gliss continues to offer for $20.

Located on Spring Street in the Sault’s downtown, Gliss is currently open for takeout and delivery on Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The whitefish special is just one feature that is currently on the menu at Gliss.

…[read more]

The return of Sault smiles


Mary Desimone
By
February 1, 2021

Back, shall we say, by popular demand is ‘Sault smiles’, a feature of Sault Business Matters.

It has been a more than a few months since we showcased this popular feature in which we share many of the smiles that help make the Sault a friendly place to do business.

…[read more]

New AU lab via FedNor


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
January 28, 2021

Major expansion construction is underway on the computer science laboratory at Algoma University.

Sault member of parliament and the federal government’s secretary for FedNor, Terry Sheehan, has confirmed that AU is getting close to $2 million to expand its lab for a new state-of-the-art facility for bachelor and master degree programming.

…[read more]

Hard working, top producing


Randy Russon
By
January 26, 2021

As a defenseman of moderate skill, it was his work ethic and honest, hard-driven approach to the game that led John Glavota to a professional hockey career that included a decade on the international stage.

It is those same traits that have helped to make the 44-year old Glavota the top producing real estate agent in Sault Ste. Marie.

…[read more]

RIP, Carlos Arruda


Angela Romano
By
January 24, 2021

This is a big loss.

It is a story of a great loss to our business community, a story of heartbreaking loss for our community in general, and a story of personal loss.

…[read more]

Eagle on air, everywhere


Randy Russon
By
January 22, 2021

It spins the classic music hits that are endless in time.

With an impressive music library that is without peer, Sault radio station Eagle 95.1 also reaches an on-line audience with a crisp, clear sound via http://eagleradio951.com.

And the Eagle also has more — besides music — to offer with day long weather updates and a local sports presence.

…[read more]

New clinic services at I.D.A.


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
January 21, 2021

To help relieve the pressure in the local hospital emergency room, Sault Ste. Marie’s four I.D.A. drug mart locations are now offering new clinic services, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

Clinical teams with a full time registered nurse on staff are part of what the four I.D.A. stores — Queenstown Drug Mart, Market Mall Drug Mart, Ideal Drug Mart and Wellington Square Drug Mart — have to offer.

Some of the new clinic services at the aforementioned I.D.A. stores are as follows.

…[read more]

New to Marcel’s Automotive


Angela Romano
By
January 19, 2021

Sault Business Matters has received a special equipment update from Marcel’s Automotive, which is located on Queen Street, just past Tancred, in the Sault’s downtown area.

…[read more]

Weekend takeout at Gliss


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
January 18, 2021

A popular restaurant is opening for takeout with an updated menu.

Kristi Turner, manager and co-owner of Gliss, which is located on Spring St. in the Sault’s downtown, tells Sault Business Matters that the eatery will be available for take out and delivery on Friday and Saturday from 4-8 p.m. while the province is under lock down.

Kristi’s husband, chef and co-owner Derek Turner, has put together the menu at Gliss, which is featured below.

…[read more]

New gig for Sonny Spina


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
January 13, 2021

Sonny Spina

Norpro Screening and Security has added a former city police officer to its force.

An 18-year veteran of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service, Sonny Spina has joined Norpro as its managing director of security.

…[read more]

Trying to stay positive but …


Randy Russon
By
January 13, 2021

I try to be positive as it relates to what I like, support and am a part of in any way.

For instance, I try to focus on and support what is positive relative to the Sault’s downtown and surrounding area and their many good features, including small business.

And when it comes to a favourite amateur sport, I always aim to promote and feature minor hockey and junior hockey in the north, along with the kids who play it and the coaches who mentor the players.

…[read more]

Kids reading club via library


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
January 12, 2021

Here is one for the kids from the local library.

That is, the ‘Kids Winter Reading Club’ will continue until Friday, March 19, according to the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library.

…[read more]

Good nation of local radio


Randy Russon
By
January 8, 2021

It came as good news to hear — a mere month after being unceremoniously ousted by Country 104.3 after 30 plus years in the air chair — that good guy Jeff McNeice has a new gig on rival local radio station Country 105.5.

At any rate, the forced, short-lived exile of McNeice brought two things to mind. As in, what was Country 104.3 thinking when it moved on from McNeice and, the restless hands of time have yet to pass by a local radio nation of announcers.

…[read more]

New gig for Jeff McNeice


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
January 8, 2021

Well, that didn’t take long. A popular local radio announcer of more than 30 years will return to the air waves next week.

…[read more]