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Sault Ste. Mary's River on the Canada—US border. To the southwest, across the river, is the United States and the Michigan city of the same name. The two cities are joined by the Sault Ste. Shipping traffic in the Great Lakes system bypasses the Saint Mary's Rapids via the American Soo Locksthe world's busiest canal in terms of tonnage that passes through it, while smaller recreational and tour boats use the Canadian Sault Ste. Marie Canal. The Ojibwethe indigenous Anishinaabe people of the area, call this area Baawitigongmeaning "place of the rapids.

Mary's Rapids the anglicized form of this name, Bawating, is used in institutional and geographic names in 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario area. Marie and the village name was derived from that. The rapids and cascades of the St. Mary's River descend more than 6 m 20 ft from the level of Lake Superior to the level of the lower lakes.

Hundreds of years ago, this slowed shipping traffic, requiring an overland portage of boats and cargo from one lake to the other. To the north, the city is bordered by an unincorporated portion of Algoma Districtwhich includes the local services boards of AweresBatchawana BayGoulais and DistrictPeace Tree and Searchmont.

The city's census agglomerationincluding the townships of LairdPrince and Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional and the First Nations reserves of Garden River and Rankinhad a total population of 79, in Native American settlements, mostly of Ojibwe -speaking peoples, existed here for more than years. In the late 17th century, French 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario missionaries established a mission at the First Nations village. This was followed by development of a fur trading post and larger settlement, as traders, trappers and Native Americans were attracted to the community.

As the community had developed on both sides of the river, it was considered unified and part of Canada. Mary's River. At that time, the US prohibited British traders from operating in its territory any longer, causing major losses. The areas separated by the river began to develop as two communities, both named Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan on the river's south bank. Later, a fur trading post was established and the settlement expanded to include both sides of the river.

Marie is one of the oldest French settlements in North America. It was at the crossroads of the 5, km 3, mi fur trade routewhich stretched from Montreal to Sault Ste. Marie and to the North country above Lake Superior. Etymologically, the word sault comes from an archaic spelling of saut from sauterwhich translates most accurately in this usage to the English word cataract.

This in turn derives from the French word for "leap" or "jump" similar to somersault. Citations dating back to use the sault spelling to mean a cataract, waterfall or rapids.

In modern French, however, the words chutes or rapides are more usual. Sault survives almost exclusively in geographic names dating from the 17th century. Traders regularly interacted with tribes from around the Great Lakes.

After the English took over former French areas of Canada, their traders became more prominent. Scots-British fur trader John Johnstonhis Ojibwe wife, Ozhaguscodaywayquay Woman of the Green Gladedaughter of a chief, and their multi-racial children were prominent among all societies here in the late eighteenth century.

They frequently hosted prominent travelers from both the US and Canada. The children were taught English, Ojibwe and French. This fluid environment changed during and after the War of between Britain and the United States.

Trade dropped during the war and on July 20,an American force destroyed the North West Company depot on the north shore of the St.

Marys River. Inthe United States 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario to give the steamer Chiconacarrying Colonel Garnet Wolseleypermission to pass through the locks at Sault Ste Marie, which were otherwise available to both US and Canadian ships.

They had built the first locks in In order to control their own water passage, the Canadians constructed the Sault Ste. Marie Canalwhich was completed in Although Sault Ste. Marie had been a planned destination for railway expansion since the early s, there was considerable disagreement within the business consortium assembled to build the Canadian Pacific Railway as to whether or not to route its transcontinental line through it. The symbolic "first spike" of the railway had been driven at Bonfield, Ontario in Nipissing District inand construction 50 dating in sault ste.

marie ontario been proceeding westward. The American railway magnate James J. Hillnicknamed the "Empire Builder", supported a route through Sault Ste.

Marie, which would allow for both a "water bridge" to the head of Lake Superior at Thunder Bay and an all-rail connection to the west via American railways in the Midwestbenefiting Hill's St Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railroad. Simultaneously, there were political considerations around the railway as a nation-building project coupled with fears of American expansionism.

American control of the Sault Ste. Marie locks was seen to be a continued potential impediment to future military transportation within Canada. A CPR line was 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario and gradually constructed along the north shore of Lake Huron, cutting through the La Cloche Mountainswhile the Central Ontario -based Midland Railway of Canada also surveyed its own line, but became insolvent and collapsed shortly after.

Marie Railwaycompeting directly with the CPR. Throughout the abrupt rise and fall of these competing projects, CPR construction had slowly marched westward under engineer James Worthington. Byhowever, changes had occurred in CPR management with the rise of William Cornelius Van Hornewho would later become the company's president. Both Hill and Worthington resigned from the company, and Hill became a bitter opponent of it.

Marie50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario laid out and constructed from a 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario on the line which became known as Sudbury Junction.

This junction point became a small CPR town, and with the discovery of vast mineral resources in the Sudbury Basin during the construction of this transcontinental line north of the junction, mining activity in the Sudbury area grew explosively, leading to the creation of Sudbury District in and shifting economic focus away from Sault Ste. Marie International Railroad Bridge. Marie, Ontario was incorporated as a town in[ citation needed ] but its economy stagnated toward the end of the 19th century with the decline of the fur trade.

The town gained brief international notoriety in in the trial of Angelina Napolitanothe first person in Canada to use the battered woman defence for murder. A substantial military presence was established to protect the locks from a possible attack by Nazi German aircraft from the north. The 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario development of long-range bombers increased fears of a sudden air raid. Military strategists studied polar 50 dating in sault ste.

marie ontario maps, which indicated that the air distance from occupied Norway to the town was about the same as the distance from Norway to New 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario. That direct route of about 5, km 3, mi is over terrain where there were few observers and the long winter nights could hide activity.

An anti-aircraft training facility was established km 62 mi north of Sault Ste. Marie on the shores of Lake Superior. Barrage balloons were installed, and early warning radar bases were established at five locations in northern Ontario KapuskasingCochraneHearstArmstrong Thunder Bay Districtand Nakina [22] to watch for incoming aircraft. Military personnel were established to guard sensitive parts of the transportation infrastructure.

A little over one year later, in Januarymost of these facilities and defences were deemed excessive and removed, save a reduced military base at Sault Ste. Marie J after the city. It was laid down in and acted as a convoy escort in 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario Battle of the Atlantic. Marie became a flashpoint in the Meech Lake Accord constitutional debate when council passed a resolution declaring English as the city's official language [23] and the sole language for provision of municipal services.

The resolution was widely seen as retaliation for Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa 's move to override the 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario Court of Canada ruling that declared parts of Bill unconstitutional. Bill had declared French as the only official language of Quebec. Numerous other Ontario municipalities had already passed similar protest resolutions, but Sault Ste. Marie was the largest to have passed such a resolution. It was the first to do so despite its sizable Franco-Ontarian population.

Marie resolution. Peterson and his successor as premier, Bob Raerefused to meet with Mayor Fratesi on several subsequent occasions, even to discuss unrelated matters. The city had previously established French as an official language for government services, due to a sizable French-speaking population, and these residents objected strongly to the council's action. The resolution was struck down by a court ruling inone year after Premier Bourassa passed Bill 86which amended that province's 50 dating in sault ste.

marie ontario laws in accordance with the Supreme Court ruling. Winters are cold and very snowy, usually beginning in mid-late November and lasting until early April.

Summers are warm and humid with 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario nights. Marie was The city developed considerable industry before and after World War II, especially in steel-making.

Algoma formerly Algoma Steel; Essar Steel Algoma is the largest single employer, with 3, employees at the main plant and 50 dating in sault ste. marie ontario unionized and non-unionized at an adjacent tube mill operated by Tenaris. During the s, the steel and chromium operations were of substantial importance to the war effort in Canada and the United States.

Algoma Steel and the Chromium Mining and Smelting Corporation were key producers for transportation and military machines. The Huron Central Railway has been important into the 21st century to the steel operation, despite extensive railway restructuring elsewhere.

It continued to operate under an agreement which terminated on August 15, Marie prospered during the s and '70s, but as imported steel began to compete with domestic production, the local industry began to contract.

Since the late s, Algoma has declared bankruptcy twice and laid off large numbers of workers, adversely affecting the regional economy. Algoma was bailed out by the Ontario government with interest-free loans. The company had a swift turnaround in from its earlier financial troubles of the s. China's increased demand for steel of the past decade has increased the price of steel. Forestry is also a major local industry. Mary's Paper has been closed and decommissioned, although it was reopened in June and operated for a time under new ownership.

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