All posts by Sault Business Matters Staff

‘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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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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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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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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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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Gliss opening for pickup


Sault Business Matters Staff
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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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Sweet deal from C of C


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April 29, 2020

Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce has put a complimentary offer on the table for any local business or organization that is not a current member of the SSMCOC.

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Helping the less fortunate


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 23, 2020

Local businessmen John Palmerio of Palmerio Insurance Ltd./Co-operators Insurance and Don Bruni of MicroAge are teaming up with a generous financial contribution to help feed some of the Sault’s less fortunate residents.

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Sault smiles with Eagle duo


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April 22, 2020

The husband and wife duo of Tim Ellis and Lindsay Ellis have playfully “kissed up” to become the latest Sault smiles on Sault Business Matters.

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Croatian community history


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 17, 2020

The Sault’s Croatian community has a long, gritty and vibrant history. To be sure, the first Croatian immigrants arrived in the Sault area in the early 1900s.

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Call for fresh produce!


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 16, 2020

City Meat Market, located in the downtown Sault, has fresh, local produce in stock, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

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Message from Little Caesars


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 15, 2020

Following is a message from Little Caesars president Dave Scrivano. (Little Caesars presently has two locations open in Sault, Ontario — Churchill Plaza and Market Mall.)

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Sault smiles with little Brin


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 13, 2020

No terrible two here! Sault Business Matters recognizes the recent second birthday of little Brin, who is the granddaughter of Tamar Ford.

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Happy Easter from us


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 12, 2020

On this blessed and significant day, Sault Business Matters would like to say ‘Happy Easter’ to our many advertisers and our thousands of weekly readers and visitors.

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Statement from Sault MPP


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 9, 2020

Sault Business Matters has received the following message from Sault member of provincial parliament Ross Romano.

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Victim Services Algoma gets $


Sault Business Matters Staff
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April 8, 2020

The government of Ontario is taking emergency action to address the recent spike in domestic violence that is being reported by victim services organizations during the COVID-19 crisis.

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