Queen St. Fire Affects Local Businesses & Residents

To think, Less than 24hrs ago wlctv.ca was interviewing business man & founder of the ‘Festival Of Beers’ Steven Alexander (for our upcoming spring show) who woke up this Wednesday May 8th 2024, to unfortunate news. Businesses & residents between East & Brock St. were all affected by a blaze that is under investigation.  The fire took place above the defunct Silly Rabbit Vape Shop at 647 Queen St. The wall adjacent to Loplops due to the fire is unstable & deemed unsafe. The fire Dept. is looking into mitigating this extreme dangerous hazard to citizens & businesses which will likely result in tearing it down with heavy equipment.

Poilievre’s Billboard Campaign Tour Comes To The Sault

With the combination of Pierre’s optimism & his teams hard work as we watch the Liberal/NPD coalition crumble it should result in dividends for all Canadians, ensuring Poilievre’s place in history. The pre-campaign event was held on Bruce St. where Pierre gave a speech in French & in English which followed by a Q&A by the media. wlctv.ca was called & asked Mr. Poilievre a very important question regarding foreign influence & their negative impact on Canadian industries.

With The 2024 Winter Settling In, Homelessness Still A Problem!

The combination of a massive immigration push by the Liberal/NDP coalition is leading to more homelessness from rents that are continually rising, due to housing shortages. I thought it would be important to revisit the Sault’s homelessness crisis with the protest in front of City Hall from 2021, with Donna Desimon & Patricia Valcourt.

Our 20 Minute New Years Special

We had some shortcomings, but overcame them! Father always said “plans are made to be changed” A big thank you to all the volunteers. Our wlctv.ca special includes 4 fantastic community stories ..

Battle Of The Atlantic
White Pines, New Horizons Music Program
Pauline’s Place
A Halloween Spooky Adventure

Downtown Plaza Skating Rink Has Everybody Sault Excited

Rosa & Her Helpers Fundraise For The Local Humane Society

Rosa Carello at 919 Allen Side Road invites Sault Ste. Marie & area residents to partake in her annual Humane Society Christmas fundraiser. Children receive tasty treats & are encouraged to take a photo with Santa while their favorite pet’s happily inspect Rosa Blvd. The festive event is ongoing from 5pm to 9pm up until Dec. 31 with Santa visiting with children on Dec. 23rd before heading out to deliver presents!

Life Chain An Event For The Voiceless

Life Chain is an annual day of public awareness to bring attention to the children Killed by abortion. The event takes places in some 300+ locations across Canada on the 1st Sunday in October. In Canada, some 90+k abortions are occurring each year. Some years less. wltctv.ca caught up with grandfather Phil who is grateful with every breath as he speaks passionately on ‘saving lives’ .. a the subject that’s regarded in some circles as, taboo.

Bellevue Park Historical Footage – ’91

Coming to the big city of the Sault, Bellevue Park for many children was the highlight of their journey. Every child quickly grew fond of it which was forever etched in their memories. C’mon kids, you all remember conducting the Algoma Steel 67 train! Both kids & adults learned some of life’s most important lessons in the park with ‘hands on’ experiences on how to respect nature & to become good stewards.

East Meets West Convoy – It’s A Go!

wlctv.ca caught up with a contingent expressing some of their concerns, sharing their views as to why they picked up where 2022 left off. For starters, Sept. 2023, British Columbia officials through mandates began to spread fear & tyranny on citizens. Unelected world bodies are dictating over sovereign nations with blessings from elected Canadian officials. None of which Canadians support. In short, the Canada Meets West Convoy will likely be one of the biggest brainstorming in person ‘think tank’ sessions, Canada has ever seen.

Kiwanis Club Of SSM – Nearly 100yrs Of Community Service

wlctv.ca spent two mornings with the Kiwanis at the Sugar Shack enjoying the most delicious all you can eat pancake & sausage breakfast in the district. We spoke with outgoing President Jim St Jules on the importance of this fundraiser & for quick a club update. Kiwanis funds raised locally all stay local. These funds are then redirected to support various kids projects throughout the community.

For more information please visit the club’s FB page

Algoma Sailing Club sets record fleet for 2023

The local sailing club is moored in one of Sault Ste Marie’s most pristine locations, south of Bellevue park. wlctv.ca community volunteer, Pamela Potts made her way down to explore the facilities bringing you this fun & informative interview with long-time club member, Jack Rice.

For more information, please visit AlgomaSailingClub.com

Dust in the wind

After the dust settled, wlctv.ca asked SSM coordinator for this portion of 1MillionMarch4Children several questions. We also reached out to city councillor Caputo who stood against parents & counter protester Francella for comments but was turned down by both activists.

Million Person March 4 The Children A Sault Success

Concerned Sault citizens of all denominations took part in today’s March for the Children. It was peaceful despite the presence of counter protesters who were at the end of the march to agitate & inflame. The local police detachment did a wonderful job in keeping the peace with help from OPP officers from throughout the district. All in all this was a great day, thank you to all. *This clip purposely excludes counter protesters because the march wasn’t about them, it was about protecting children. A comprehensive story will be posted in the near future.

The Phat Bastidz

The Sault music scene is something to behold with talent that is often unrecognized. The Phat Bastidz are such a group that give more often than they receive. wlctv.ca caught up with band members Letitia & Roger during a rehersal which left us both humbled & inspired.

For more information on the Phat Bastidz please contact horsencart2@gmail.com for booking availability.

From our documentary – Drugs/Alcohol Leading To Criminality & Violence

Psychologist Dr. Charles Crawford & professor Of criminology Neil Boyd with insightful perspectives on media & their effects on the human psyche.

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