$420,800 for social services


Randy Russon
By
April 3, 2020

The Ontario government, via the Sault’s member of provincial parliament Ross Romano, is coming through with the tidy sum of $420,800 for the city’s social services.

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Homespun home shopping


Angela Romano
By
April 2, 2020

Homespun Treasures of the Sault is offering its loyal and new customers the opportunity to shop its fabulous selection of home decor from the comfort of your home.

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Ford to release the facts


Randy Russon
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April 2, 2020

Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed that he has instructed government health officials to release projection numbers on where the province is headed relative to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Words of wisdom revisited


Mary Desimone
By
April 2, 2020

There is no time like the present to revisit these words of wisdom via our friends at Central United Church in the Sault’s downtown.

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Let’s show national pride


Angela Romano
By
April 1, 2020

Tamar Ford, owner of Tamar’s Trends flower shop, located in the Sault’s downtown, would like fellow business owners and friends to display the Canadian flag as we fight COVID-19.

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Post secondary school relief


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 31, 2020

Following is an excerpt of a press release from the Government of Ontario relative to Ontario Student Assistance Program loans — with files from Sault Business Matters.

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COVID-19 update via MPP


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 31, 2020

Please see below for a special message from Sault member of provincial parliament and Ontario government minister Ross Romano.

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Message from Sault mayor


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 30, 2020

Sault Business Matters has obtained the following message from Sault mayor Christian Provenzano relative to the recent positive test results for COVID-19.

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Going after price gougers


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 29, 2020

Ontario premier Doug Ford is going after retail businesses and individuals who are charging unfair prices for necessary goods.

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Social distancing dog


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 29, 2020

Many of us who frequent the Sault’s downtown as residents and/or patrons are quite familiar with a friendly dog who answers to the name of Chewy.

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Prevent crime to business


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 26, 2020

The closure of non-essential businesses to address the spread of COVID-19 may cause business owners to worry about the safety of their property. Thus, the Sault Police Services has issued the following message.

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Social distancing happy hour


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 26, 2020

Local radio station Eagle 95.1 plans to use social media to try to bring music and beer lovers together for a virtual ‘happy hour’ on Friday from 5-7 p.m.

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From Amanda’s Reading Corner


Angela Romano
By
March 26, 2020

Are you bored? Well, Sault Business Matters has this message from Amanda’s Reading Corner that may serve as a boredom buster.

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Free delivery at Little Caesars!


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 25, 2020

Mike Flammia, local owner and operator of Little Caesars in Sault, Ontario, has advised us that not only are his stores offering limited time specials on their pizza but they have FREE delivery within the city limits.

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Essential services list


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 23, 2020

Sault Business Matters has obtained a copy of the extensive list of essential services that can remain open as per the latest announcement from Ontario Premier Doug Ford relative to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Message from Eagle Radio


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 22, 2020

Sault Business Matters relays the following message from Tim Ellis, owner, program director and morning drive announcer at local radio station Eagle 95.1.

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