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Carol Martin

Carol Martin

Carol Martin, a graduate of Cambrian College's journalism program, has been a journalist for more than 18 years. Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Carol has also lived and worked in Constance Lake First Nation, Sudbury and Kingston.

Recent Work by Carol

GARSON, Anne

GARSON, Anne

Anne Garson In memory of our much loved wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great grandmother and friend who passed away one year ago. How lucky were we to have her.
BERNARDI, Roy

BERNARDI, Roy

In loving memory of a dear husband, father, father-in-law, and grandfather who passed away one year ago

PLASTINO, Marie

Remembering our dear niece Marie, who passed away one year ago on March 4th in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Two-foot rule only a guideline, says city head of public works

Two-foot rule only a guideline, says city head of public works

Larry Girardi says it would cost more than a million dollars to clean ends of driveways after graders scraping the ice and packed snow off city streets

McGRAYNE, Caroline

In loving memory of my mother, Caroline Blanche McGrayne, who passed away four years ago, January 21, 2014. I often sit and think of times, when laughter filled the room. I miss those days with you and dad, they ended much too soon.
Dulisse, Rosina

Dulisse, Rosina

In loving memory of our amazing Nonna and friend Rose who passed away 1-year ago today on December 23, 2016. We will never forget your unconditional love and dedication to Family. Love always- Deborah, Rhonda and Darren
Hydro merger will be this council's legacy

Hydro merger will be this council's legacy

The vote to merge Guelph Hydro and Alectra is going to be a vote that people remember.
Paul Boniferro makes it to the big leagues - further <b>(Updated)</b>

Paul Boniferro makes it to the big leagues - further (Updated)

Former Saultite takes a big step further along his path of service to people in Ontario
Wellington West Esso, (formerly Wardlaw Fuels), robbed at knifepoint

Wellington West Esso, (formerly Wardlaw Fuels), robbed at knifepoint

Perpetrator is at large and described as a thin, Caucasian man
Police investigation reroutes traffic in east end of downtown <b>(10:47 p.m. Update)</b>

Police investigation reroutes traffic in east end of downtown (10:47 p.m. Update)