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ALGOMA UNIVERSITY, SAULT STE. MARIE, ONTARIO

Sault Ste. Marie, OntarioLOCATION
UniversitySCHOOL TYPE
Estd 1965Established Year
  1150Enrollment

Algoma University Ranking, Programs, Admission Process & Living Cost

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Algoma University, located at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada was established in 1965. It is the smallest University in Ontario. It hosts only undergraduate program.

Key Features

  • 74th position by UniRank out of selective 99 universities in Canada.
  • Recognized by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.
  • Algoma offers admissions to Canadian, U.S., and international students for either full-time or part-time courses.
  • Algoma offers financial aid to its students through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), Scholarships, Bursaries and Work-Study.
  • It comprises of two satellite campuses, in Timmins and Brampton offering degrees in social work and community development, and BBA correspondingly.
  • Algoma is inclined towards research area for which NORDIK institute which works in association with CESD and Algoma, mentors’ new researchers out of university.

Highlights

Type of UniversityPublic
Number of Academic Programs offered30
Strength of Students1600
Student: Faculty Ratio14:1
Percentage of International Students27% (around 30 countries)
Famous forComputer Science Program
Domestic Tuition Fee per yearCAD 6,327
International Tuition Fee per yearCAD 16,431
Language Requirements for International StudentsTOEFL, IELTS, MELAB, CanTEST, CAEL and Pearson Test of English (PTE)

Programs Offered at Algoma University

Algoma University offers 21 programs with minimum eligibility ranging from 65% to 70% on an average, GPA 2.0, Grade letter “C”.

Algoma provides below-given programs as major subjects to its students:

AccountingAnishinaabemowinBiologyBusiness AdministrationCommunity Development
Community Economic and Social DevelopmentsComputer ScienceEconomicsEngineering First YearEnglish & Film
Environmental StudiesFinance & EconomicsGeography & GeologyHistory & PhilosophyLaw & Justice
Political SciencePsychologySocial WorkSociologyMusic
Visual Arts----

Apart from the Major programs, Minors are also considered for enhancing the skill set of the students. There is a total of 17 minor programs offered at Algoma University. Some well-known minor programs are – Accounting, Computer Games Technology, Economics, etc.

Standout Programs

  • Environmental Science – This program offers natural settings, laboratories, industry internship programs and a chance to work with the experts in this field.
  • Community, Economic, and Social Development – This program focuses on northern, rural and remote communities. Here, the students participate in two work placements.
  • Business Administration – Students have a chance to minor in human resource management, marketing, accounting, and economics. They can interact with local business professionals. They learn how to make strategies, improve production and efficiency through every new valuable business connection.

Early Access Program

EAP is an excellent opportunity for the high school students to experience first-year college subjects even before joining one. This allows the students to:

  • Complete university courses, while still in secondary school, this will be a benefit for a post-secondary degree or certificate at Algoma University.
  • Increase the awareness of the students towards various field of courses which could be opted according to the choice.
  • Provides an opportunity to choose the best for them through a common core of learning.
  • Basically, there are few subjects which could be considered under this program – Language courses, Creative Arts, Science & Technology, Business, and People focused.

Satellite Campuses

1. Timmins: It offers diploma to degree and university transfer students. Timmins offers a Bachelor of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts in Community Development degrees. Courses are offered at the Timmins Campus of Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology.

College graduates, University transfer students, and University graduates can apply for the admission for the courses by qualifying the minimum eligibility criteria of the courses.

2. Brampton: It is perfect for mature students, college transfers, or students interested in the Bachelor of Business Administration. Students can specialize in 3 majors – Accounting, Human Resource, and Accounting.

Admission Process

Academic Requirements

Canadian Students

Students need to score an average of 65% which may go up to 75% for the decided subjects. The GPA of 2.0 or Grade C is also acceptable.

U.S. Citizens

1. Completion of Grade 12 diploma.

2. Students need to score a minimum average of 70% for the decided subjects.

3. Five academic courses in grade 12, including English SAT 1000 or ACT 21

International Students

1. Students need to score a minimum average of 65% for the decided subjects. The GPA of 2.0 or Grade C is also acceptable.

2. Judged on country-specific criteria.

3. Proof of language proficiency for non-native English speakers.

Application Procedure

Canadian Students

To enroll in Algoma University for September admission, one must apply via the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). For further sessions, one can directly apply to the Algoma’s website.

U.S. Students

1. Fill the online application form available on the official website.

2. One must send all the official transcripts to the university as hard copies.

3. The candidate must also pay a non-refundable fee of CAD 100 as the application fees through the given methods of payment at the website.

International Students

1. The candidate must apply directly at the official website.

2. One must send all the official transcripts to the university as hard copies.

3. The candidate must also pay a non-refundable fee of CAD 100 as the application fees through the given methods of payment at the website.

4. Send proof of English Language Proficiency (if applicable).

To Know More About Algoma University Admission

Getting a Study Permit

International students will have to provide with a valid study permit, study visa for admission. Students must also have a valid Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) before applying for the visa/ permit-related documents. One can apply for CAQ online or via email.

1. One can apply for a study permit at Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

2. The same can be done at the nearest Visa application center.

3.Submit acceptance letter, proof of finance, identity card (preferably passport)

4. Apply for the study visa as soon as they are accepted by the institute.

5. It is advised to travel to Canada, after receiving a study visa.

Financial Aid

The university takes care of the students who need extra financial support to complete their education. The financial aid office manages:

OSAP

Through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), is one of the ways to get financial help. There are other government-funded schemes which are handled by the university to provide the best to the needy ones.

Part-Time OSAP is for the students who study 20-59% of full course load. Algoma assists with tuition, compulsory fees, and books for eligible students.

Out of Province

Out of province students studying full-time can apply for financial assistance through the home province. For part-time, one may submit part-time OSAP application to Financial-Aid office. The amount varies for different provinces and territory.

Summer Employment Program

Algoma university provides an opportunity to work through the summer under this plan. This plan is executed to aim for enhancing the skill set of the students and help them with future employment prospects after graduation.

Scholarships & Awards

Algoma offers certain awards with attainable targets based on academic’s achievement and financial need of the student.

Given below is the list of awards offered by the university:

  • Automatic Awards
  • Application Awards
  • Athletic Awards
  • External Awards

Entrance Bursaries

The bursary is awarded based on the financial need of the students. Given below are various Bursaries offered by Algoma:

Gabriel Barban P. Eng BursaryMoyra & Edward O’Pallie BursaryPaul & Bricken Dalseg, Pioneer of Lake-of-the-woods Student Award
Rotary Club of Sault Ste. MarieScotiabank First Nations Student BursaryThe Adnet Bursary
The Elvi & Lloyd Leitch BursaryThe Honourable Ray & Mary-Kay Stortini Bursary AwardThe Luu Family Bursary – Proud to be Canadian
The Peter McGregor Memorial AwardThe Rosemary O’Connor Memorial Bursary

Algoma Residence

The Algoma Dormitory, Spirit Village International Dormitory, and Spirit Village Townhouses are centrally located on campus. Classrooms, computer labs, Cafeteria, etc. are within 2 minutes reach from the mentioned residences.

  • Algoma Dormitory is a 96 beds residence, helpful for the students of the first year, direct from high school.
  • The Spirit Village Dormitory offers a 45 beds comfortable space for Canadian and International students.
  • Spirit Village Townhouses offers an affordable stay for the students of Algoma University. Each unit contains five private bedrooms, two bathrooms, a common living room, and a kitchen.

Residence Fees and Meal Plans

The given below table provides the required information for stay and meals. This amount is planned for the month of September to April. It is subjected to change anytime

Residence BuildingResidence FeesDamage DepositMeal Plan Options
Algoma Dormitory
(First-year student housing)
CAD 5,810CAD 100Super Value Meal Plan:
CAD 3,270 (CAD 1,635 per semester)
Smart Meal Plan:
CAD 2,870 (CAD 1,435 per semester)
Spirit Village Dormitory 
(International & Canadian student housing)
CAD 5,310CAD 100Super Value Meal Plan:
CAD 3,270 (CAD 1,635 per semester)
Smart Meal Plan:
CAD 2,870 (CAD 1,435 per semester)
Spirit Village Meal Plan:
CAD 2,410 (CAD 1,205 per semester)
Spirit Village TownhouseCAD 5,410CAD 100Super Value Meal Plan:
CAD 3,270 (CAD 1,635 per semester)
Smart Meal Plan:
CAD 2,870 (CAD 1,435 per semester)
Flex Plan:
Load in CAD 100 increments
No Meal Plan:
CAD 0

Work-Study Program

Through this program, students can work full-time in summers and part-time, throughout the year. Students can earn CAD 14 per hour and work up to 15 hours per week. Algoma makes sure that students get the benefit of the program under the Financial Aid Office. For the break between full-time studies i.e. April to August, students can earn on a full-time basis for extra income.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be a Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Protected Person of Canada
  • Must have applied for OSAP or other provincial loans/grant program
  • Must have a demonstrated educationally related financial need
  • Must be studying full-time
  • Must be in good academic standing with Algoma University and OSAP
  • Must be in good financial standing with Algoma University and OSAP

Students may download Work-Study Program Application (PDF), fill it and submit the same to Financial Aid Office or drop the application at FAO dropbox.

For International Students

Working On-Campus

Through the International Work-Study Program (IWSP), students who hold a valid Study Permit and are enrolled in full-time studies are permitted to work on-campus without a work permit.

Students can work at various departments like - including Student Services, the George Leach Centre (GLC), the Wishart Library and the Registrar’s Office. It provides employment of about six to eight hours a week.

Working Off-Campus

For getting an Off-Campus Work Permit (OCWP), the students need to:

  • A valid Study Permit
  • You must have studied full-time at Algoma University for at least six months of the last 12 months before you apply;
  • Satisfactory academic result
  • Must be enrolled with academic program of study

Students with OCWP, are permitted to work 20 hours a week during the study period and 40 hours during non-study permit.

International Co-op Opportunities

This co-op opportunity certificate programs provides students to work for full-time and get paid for the job under the relevant field of study. The Co-op requirements are as follows:

  • Successfully complete COOP 0101 (career skills course);
  • Complete 30 credits at Algoma University;
  • Maintain a 70% or higher average (includes all course attempts);
  • Register as a full-time student in two of the past four terms; and
  • Apply for a Co-op Work Permit.

Work after Graduation

Students who have attended and graduated from academic programs with at least a two-year duration or maybe longer are eligible for a post-graduate work permit for up to three years.

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$ 14,4851st YEAR
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4 YEARS

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SIMILAR PROGRAMS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
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4 YEARS

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$ 14,4851st YEAR
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$ 14,4851st YEAR
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$ 14,4851st YEAR
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SIMILAR PROGRAMS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
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4 YEARS

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 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

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 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6  |  PTE  63

$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63

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FULL TIME | HONOURS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
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3 YEARS

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$ 14,4851st YEAR
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3 YEARS

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$ 14,4851st YEAR
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4 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS

$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

3 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS

$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS

COLLEGE STUDENT REVIEWS

8.2/10

$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

3 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS

$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

Course Duration

 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63

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7.2/10
$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

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 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6  |  PTE  63
SIMILAR PROGRAMS
$ 14,4851st YEAR
FEES

4 YEARS

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 EXAM SCORES     TOEFL  79  |  IELTS  6.0  |  PTE  63

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Algoma University Overview

Institution TypePublic
Student Population1300
Application Cost$95
Accreditation AUCC
Average Cost of Attendance$14,485 / Year
Student : Faculty Ratio2 : 1

Algoma University Admissions

Algoma is a small university offering courses to around 1440 students. One can apply to Algoma University year round. The start dates are in September, January, and May every year. Students can apply directly on the official website of Algoma University. For admission requirements of international students, Algoma requires a score of 65% on an average for almost all the courses offered by the university and along with that, proof of language proficiency for non-native English speakers.

Apply today to start your journey with Algoma.

Test Scores for International Applicants

ExamsAvg. ScoreMin. ScoreMax. Score% Submitted
Language Proficiency
PTE76.56390 -
IELTS7.569 -
TOEFL99.579120 -

Algoma University Acceptance Rate

76.0%

Acceptance Rate

2106

Total Applicants

1600

Total Enrolled

Male
Female

52.0%

Male

48.0%

Female

Undergraduate
Undergraduate Program100.0%
Total Applicants1600
Total Enrolled1600

Algoma University Enrollment

Enrollment
Algoma University Enrollment1600
Undergraduate Enrollment1600

Attendance Cost

$14,485

Attendance Cost

The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees

Tuition Fees
Undergraduate Programs$14,485 / Year
On Campus Accomodation
Residence Room$5,410 / Year
Meal Plan$4,600 / Year

Top Accreditations [Institutional & Program Wise]

Institutional Accreditations
Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
Program Wise Accreditations
Language ProgramsLanguages Canada
ProgramsHuman Resources Professionals Association of Ontario
ProgramsCanadian Association for Social Work Education

Faculty

Total FacultyFull TimePart timeGraduate Assistants
964964--

College rating

based on 4 students ratings

8.3/10

8.3/10academic
7.8/10infrastructure
9.3/10placements
8.8/10faculty
9/10extracurricular
7/10accommodation

Reviews

I
Isobel, CANADA Bachelor of fine arts [b.f.a] visual arts on-campus
Algoma University
Current student , Batch : 2020
8.2
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

AN OKAY PLACE FOR AN OKAY PRICE

I choose Algoma because it is in a beautiful city, it is far away from my hometown while staying in the same province, it is one of the cheaper schools and their required average to get in to most programs is 60 so it was a guaranteed acceptance. While I was living in my hometown I was unhappy. I do not get along with family and needed to distance myself to keep good mental health so moving 10 hours away was a good option. It has truly helped my mental health.


Course Curriculum - 

The course curriculum is okay. It could be more diverse, but since it is a small school with only 2 full time art professors you cannot expect much diversity in the teachings. There are art mediums I wish I could learn but neither prof can teach it. I do however get very in depth curriculum on what they can teach.

9 /10
academic
9 /10
faculty
7 /10
infrastructure
6 /10
accomodation/food
10 /10
placement
8 /10
extracurricular
17, Oct 2019 read more
B
Bella, CANADA Bachelor biology on-campus
Algoma University
Current student , Batch : 2021
8.7
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

ALGOMA UNIVERSITY REVIEW

It was convenient and close to home. They had a very excellent biology program with very esteemed and highly sought after professors. The close-knit community of the university was appealing, especially since the class sizes were small and you could make connections with the professors in a small and close learning environment.


Course Curriculum - 

The course curriculum focuses mainly on plant biology rather than human biology. However, this type of biology can be widely applied throughout the sciences. The courses offered are very comprehensive.

8 /10
academic
10 /10
faculty
8 /10
infrastructure
8 /10
accomodation/food
9 /10
placement
9 /10
extracurricular
17, Sep 2019 read more
C
Chardon kozak, CANADA Law and justice
Algoma University
Current student , Batch : 2020
7.2
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

ALGOMA UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE REVIEW 3 YEARS IN THE MAKING

I had heard about this school through my guidance counsellor, she knew I was looking into smaller schools with more academic support; trying to compare them to the A-list Canadian Ivy League schools. When I applied to schools I had actually applied to a total of 10 schools overall (3 universities, 5 colleges, RMC, and NSCC). While waiting to hear back I sat down with my parents and made a pros and cons list of all the schools I had applied to with all possible factors. Once I had received my acceptance letters we visited the top choices (including Algoma). It was very enlightening and really helped put into perspective where I needed to be, I knew in my heart even before I said it out loud what school I would be attending in the fall of 2016. I chose Algoma for many reasons, but mainly for the size. Algoma is the smallest university in all of Ontario with just over 800 students on its main campus in Sault Ste. Marie.This meaning that class sizes are anywhere from 10-30 students in a typical classroom and 60 in a larger introductory course. Because of this, students have a much better relationship with professors and are actually given all of the tools and resources possible to do their best and get the grades they want/need. This was very important to me as in high school I found I struggled with academics quite a bit as I wasn't receiving the proper support I needed in order to thrive. Being in smaller classes, my teacher actually knows me by name and allows me to stop class to ask questions, makes time outside of office hours to meet and discuss as well as answers questions after class something most larger schools do not do.


Course Curriculum - 

I find the courses to be very interesting and well rounded we do offer a wide range of courses. The only thing I will say is that because of the way our courses run (every 1, 2, 5 or 10 years) there are time where a lot of your courses are reflecting similar content and it feels like all of your course content is the same even though it truly is luck of the draw it can be slightly annoying for individuals who prefer more diversity.

7 /10
academic
7 /10
faculty
6 /10
infrastructure
6 /10
accomodation/food
8 /10
placement
9 /10
extracurricular
26, Aug 2019 read more
A
Antony noel john, INDIA Bsc biology
Algoma University
Current student , Batch : 2023
9.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

STUDIES REVIEW

It is a small university with low fees and also it is known for its biology course.


Course Curriculum - 

It is different from India and also involves more hands-on experience with assignments and other scores.

9 /10
academic
9 /10
faculty
10 /10
infrastructure
8 /10
accomodation/food
10 /10
placement
10 /10
extracurricular
07, Mar 2019 read more
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Book Store

Algoma University Bookstore0.09 Km
The Rad Zone2.36 Km
Stork & Bundle3.1 Km
Friends Of The Library Book Store3.24 Km
Coles3.31 Km
Scripture Gift & Book Shop3.46 Km
Coles - Station Mall4.1 Km
Hilltribe Ontario Inc.4.24 Km
Island Books & Crafts4.43 Km
Value Village4.56 Km
Habitat For Humanity5.07 Km
Barnes & Noble Clg Booksellers6.02 Km
The Skeleton Key Used Bookstore6.51 Km
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Bus Station

1520 Queen Street East0.17 Km
1468 Queen Street East0.2 Km
1469 Queen Street East0.26 Km
1394 Queen Street East0.32 Km
1397 Queen Street East0.44 Km
1301 Queen Street East0.44 Km
1579 Queen Street East0.52 Km
1600 Queen Street East0.68 Km
1635 Queen Street East0.69 Km
122 Lake Street1.96 Km
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Pharmacy

Metro Pharmacy1.19 Km
Apothecarium Pharmacy1.59 Km
Food Basics Pharmacy2.89 Km
Loblaw pharmacy3.47 Km
Rome's Your Independent Grocer3.48 Km
The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy3.62 Km
Rexall3.7 Km
Sault Community Pharmacy4.82 Km
Walmart Pharmacy4.86 Km
Rite Aid Pharmacy5.09 Km
Rexall Drugstore6.24 Km
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Restaurant

JC Sakura1.29 Km
KFC1.3 Km
Antico Ristorante2.52 Km
Minellis2.89 Km
Solo Trattoria3.97 Km
Gus's Pizza4.17 Km
Wendy's4.47 Km
The Water Tower Inn, BW Premier Collection4.57 Km
Subway Restaurants4.59 Km
Wacky Wings5.51 Km
Little Caesars Pizza5.64 Km
241 pizza6.55 Km
Subway7.22 Km
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Airport

Soo Seaplane Base2.14 Km
Sault Ste Marie Heliport2.46 Km
Sanderson Field Municipal Airport (ANJ)6.43 Km

Shopping Mall

Wellington Square Mall2.33 Km
Pine Plaza2.84 Km
Cambrian Mall3.32 Km
Station Mall3.92 Km
Mall sault sainte-marie4.09 Km
Zoo Zoo4.26 Km
Lily Import & Wholesale5.11 Km
OC Hair Bath & Body Co5.2 Km
Cloud 9 Salon & Spa6.79 Km
Soo Plaza6.9 Km
Market Mall7 Km
Black Swan.tattoo7.63 Km
Cascade Crossing7.99 Km
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Hospital

Group Health Centre2.37 Km
Elgin Intergral Health Ctr3.74 Km
Bayshore Home Health3.94 Km
Group Health Centre Employee AssistanceServices3.96 Km
Chippewa Memorial Hospital4.72 Km
War Memorial Hospital4.82 Km
Sault Area Hospital5.46 Km
Sault Ste.MarieTribalHealthCenter5.92 Km
THRIVE Child Development Centre6.75 Km
Medicine Shoppe7.19 Km
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Train Station

Algoma Central Railway4.29 Km

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