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Sault Ste. Marie, comunità con forti radici italiane

TORONTO – Il distretto elettorale provinciale di Sault Ste. Marie (Sault), situato nell’Ontario settentrionale, si trova a circa 700 km a nord-ovest di Toronto. Il collegio si trova sulla punta meridionale del Lake Superior lungo il St. Mary’s River, appena a nord del confine internazionale tra Canada e Stati Uniti. È qui che il più grande dei Great Lakes sfocia nel Lago Huron. Il St. Marie’s International Bridge è l’unico collegamento fisso che attraversa entrambi i paesi e una rotta commerciale chiave per i mercati canadese e americano… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Sault Ste. Marie: A community with strong Italian roots

The provincial electoral district of Sault Ste. Marie (the Sault), situated in Northern Ontario, is about a 700 km drive northwest from Toronto. The constituency is located at the southern tip of Lake Superior along St. Mary’s River, just north of the international boundary between Canada and the US. It is where the largest of the Great Lakes flows into Lake Huron. The St. Marie’s International Bridge is the only fixed link crossing between both countries and a key trade route for Canadian and American markets.


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Sault Ste. Marie: Italians may hold the key in a tight three-way vote

The electoral district of Sault Ste. Marie is located in northern Ontario, about an 8-hour car ride northwest of Toronto. It is situated along the international boundary between Canada and the US and part of the northern shoreline of Lake Superior.

The riding is shaping up to be a battleground among the three major parties. (more…)

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