A British Crown, a Canadian beaver, maple leaves, a steel worker, steel rails, a native Canadian, ship canal and lock, Canadian steamer, pine and hemlock trees and the native words, "Ojibwa Kitche Gumeeng Odena" meaning "Ojibway Town next to Big Body of Water."
The city logo and flowing name style tell the story. The majestic mountains of the midwest offer winter skiing pleasure and summer hiking or mountain biking challenges. The magnificent blue-green sky reflects the sparkling crisp waters of the mighty Lake Superior and St. Marys River. These waters are a rich natural resource and a marine playground for boaters and fishing enthusiasts alike.
Located on an International border at the heart of three of the Great Lakes, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario proudly presents a Canadian maple leaf in bold reds and orange, reminiscent of the northern sunsets and autumn colours. Sault Ste. Marie truly is...