Comfort Suites & Conference Centre
229 Great Northern Road
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 4Z2
Phone: (705) 942-2500
Fax: (705) 942-2570
Law Offices of Moher and Cannello, P.C. is a personal injury and general practice law firm.
mBank in Sault Ste. Marie offers personal and business banking products.
Sault Ste. Marie's Evening News offers the latest news, sports, entertainment, and local events.
Central Methodist Episcopal Church, now the Central United Methodist Church, is a historic Romanesque-style church built in 1892-93. It has broad plain roof and arches over the doors and windows and is made of red sandstone. The church tower is topped with a steep pyramid-shaped spire. The building measures 75 feet (23 meters) by 108 feet (33 meters) and has a seating capacity of 1200 people. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 and is a designated Michigan State Historic Site.
Diabetic education, lab services, digital imaging, dialysis services, chemotherapy, radiology, surgical services, dietary services, cardiopulmonary services and more is available at War Memorial Hospital.
Personal and business banking products are available at Central Savings Bank. Another branch in Sault Ste. Marie can be found at 3501 I-75 Business Spur.
Chippewa Medical Associates is a part of Marquette General Health System.
"Huntington provides innovative retail and commercial financial products and services through over 600 regional banking offices in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia."
Elliott Heating & Cooling, Inc. offers heating, cooling, plumbing, refrigeration, duct cleaning, custom sheet metal, air cleaning, custom designed, and 24-hour emergency services.
An architectural icon on Sault Ste. Marie’s cityscape, Saint James' Episcopal Church also features on the National Register of Historic Places. It was constructed in 1902 and illustrates the Late Gothic Revival school of architecture. The red sandstone building is adjacent to a square tower and is dotted with religious representations in stained glass by Tiffany.
The Sault Ste. Marie Convention & Visitors Bureau provides visitors information regarding local dining, lodging, attractions, events, shopping and more.
Sault St.Marie literally translates into "the Rapids of Saint Mary" in French, and is one of the oldest cities in Michigan that has been settled by the natives for over 500 years. Because of mispronunciations, the city is simply called The Soo or The Sault. Tourism contributes a major chunk to the economy which depends on art, culture and history to bring in the visitors.