Sault

Sault (pronounced soo in English) may refer to:

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Shingabawossin
1830) was an Ojibwa chief about Sault Ste ... first quarter of the 19th century, thus taking part as a signatory to the 1820 Treaty of Sault Ste ... Chief and established the US Indian Agency in Sault Ste ...
Sault Transit Services - Other Services
... Sault Ste ... The state of Michigan and the twin cities of Sault Ste ... majority of the funding, along with Lake Superior State University and Sault College. ...
Sault Ste. Marie Walk Of Fame - Inductees
... Darren Zack softball pitcher 2008 John Barker(P) local union leader and driving force behind The Sault's Group Health Centre 2008 Angelo Bumbacco junior hockey executive and co-founder ... Lassies Tournament and 1990 Labatt Brier 2009 Russ Ramsay(P) broadcasting executive and MLA for Sault Ste ... Walter Newman(P) Founder of the Boys Naval Brigade 2012 Brian Vallee(P) Journalist (Sault Star, Toronto Sun, Toronto Star, The fifth estate) and author (Life ...
Lyndon Slewidge
... Lyndon Slewidge (born 1954 in Sault Ste ... a towel) Slewidge spent his childhood in Sault Ste ... Prior to moving to the Ottawa area, he lived in Sault Ste ...
Sault This Week
... Sault This Week is a weekly tabloid community newspaper, established in 1967, owned by Sun Media and based in Sault Ste ... In addition to the newspaper itself, Sault This Week publishes a variety of magazines and supplements focusing on various topics tourism, physician recruitment, post secondary ...