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sault

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(hydrology)
A waterfall or rapids in a stream.
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It has two post-secondary educational institutions, in Algoma University and Sault College, as well as Lake State University across the bridge in Sault Ste.
Ron Common, President, Sault College, Colin Kirkwood, Dean, Environment, Technology and Business at Sault College, Dr.
His sons formed a partnership with an English clergyman named Edward Francis Wilson (1844-1915), who came to 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 provincial gas tax program provides our Sault Ste.
We have also received outstanding support from the provincial government and organizations such as the Sault Ste.
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.
The project details were disclosed in a public announcement by the PUC of Sault Ste.
Starwood Energy Group expects to have its 60-megawatt (MW) solar project in Sault Ste.
the leading provider of BPL technology, and PUC Telecom, provider of advanced telecommunications services, today announced that Broadband over Power line (BPL) technology has been deployed in Sault Ste.