Ford commends Trudeau


Randy Russon
By
March 24, 2020

As we are in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis that is affecting all of us, it is truly inspiring when government leaders from different political parties are publicly supportive of one another.

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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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Food for thought


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 21, 2020

In these trying times relative to the coronavirus pandemic, Sault Business Matters offers a neighbourly reminder to our friends in the Twin Sault area. That is, to please support small business. As an example, pick up takeout food from your favourite local eatery.

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Little Caesars now delivers!


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 21, 2020

Sault Business Matters has received the following message from Mike Flammia, who is the local owner and operator of the three Little Caesars stores in Sault, Ontario.

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Machine Shop takeout, delivery


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 19, 2020

The Machine Shop’s troika of restaurants — Mill Steakhouse, the Boiler Room and Steamfitters Lounge — are open for take-out and delivery, Sault Business Matters has confirmed. See below for menu options.

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Message from Willson Greco


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 18, 2020

Willson Greco Barristers and Solicitors, located in the Sault’s downtown, have issued the following notice relative to the coronavirus.

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Message from Central United


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 18, 2020

With the well-being of its congregation, staff and the community in mind, Central United Church — which is located in the Sault’s downtown, on the corner of Spring and Albert streets — has relayed the following message.

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No cash at Mackinac Bridge


Randy Russon
By
March 18, 2020

Located about 50 miles south of the Michigan Sault, the Mackinac Bridge Authority will no longer accept cash at its toll booths until further notice. The new measure takes effect this Saturday amid concerns of the coronavirus, Sault Business Matters has confirmed.

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Croatian Corner remains open


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 17, 2020

A popular takeout eatery known for its lunch specials, home-made cabbage rolls, perogies, meatballs, sauce and a variety of soups as well as an extensive delicatessen, the Croatian Corner is still maintaining regular business hours.

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Ontario in state of emergency


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 17, 2020

Premier Doug Ford has declared a state of emergency in Ontario relative to the Coronavirus. As condensed by Sault Business Matters, what it means is as follows.

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I.D.A. pharmacy delivers


Angela Romano
By
March 16, 2020

The team at I.D.A. pharmacy in the Sault recognizes that many people are striving to do their part and limiting their local travel as encouraged by all the leading health organizations during this challenging time of the Coronavirus.

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College, university combo


Randy Russon
By
March 15, 2020

There is good news out there relative to education, in this case post secondary schooling throughout northern Ontario, including Algoma University and Sault College.

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Rasoi is NOT closing for good


Angela Romano
By
March 13, 2020

Neeta Marwah, who is the owner of Rasoi The Indian Kitchen, has told Sault Business Matters that, contrary to a story posted by Soo Today, she is not closing her restaurant for good.

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Superior taste of the Sault


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 12, 2020

Its refreshing products are available in a good number of licensed establishments in the Sault area. On tap and in cans, Northern Superior Brewing Co. offers quite a variety of beer products.

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Local businesses help Gerri


Sault Business Matters Staff
By
March 11, 2020

Long-time local furniture salesman Gerri Longo is undergoing treatment for an illness and a benefit was recently held on his behalf. A number of Sault and area businesses stepped up and made donations to assist Gerri. They are listed below.

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