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Sault Ste. Marie

 

a city in Canada, in the province of Ontario. Population, 80,300 (1971). Sault St. Marie, a port with a freight turnover of 5 million tons, is situated on the St. Marys River, which connects Lake Superior with Lake Huron. It is a trade and distribution center for an agricultural region, dominated by dairy cattle breeding. Industries include ferrous metallurgy and the production of bearings, metal structural members, and mining equipment. The city also has a large pulp and paper plant; plywood and lumber are manufactured.


Sault Ste. Marie

 

a city in the northern USA, in the state of Michigan. Population, 15,000 (1973). Sault Ste. Marie, founded in 1668, is a port on the canalized St. Marys River, which connects Lake Superior with Lake Huron. A bridge connects the city with the city of Sault Ste. Marie in Canada. Industries include wood processing, shipbuilding, and the production of leather goods and pulp and paper.

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But Shoemaker argues that what the Sault lacks in volume, it more than makes up for in character, logistics, and quality of living.
Substantial initiatives such as purchasing new buses, increasing Para bus service from 42 hours to 58 hours per day, adding transit service to the new Sault Area Hospital and creating the Sault College/ Algoma University bus route would not have occurred without the support of the Liberal Provincial Government.
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3 million contract by the Joint International Bridge Authority Board of Directors to provide security and traffic management system improvements for the Sault Ste.
The Sault Airport has been the site of some major developments over the last few years, including upgrades at the terminal and the construction of a new maintenance hangar.
The Sault Area Hospital and Sault College are world-class institutions that we are proud to work with," said Binh Nguyen, the CEO at eQOL, in a news release.
For every one of us, especially those who were not born and raised here, we came from somewhere," said Omolla, the co-ordinator for the New to the Sault newcomer settlement program.
Sault Mayor Debbie Amaroso was the first to respond, writing in a letter to Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty that the loss of the Sault office would be devastat-ing to the community.