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The last two weeks have seen a flurry of activity over here at Molly Media Studios!

Life at the Sault Ste. Marie Innovation Center, in the corner office at the back!

The Office at Molly Media Studios!

Our latest project has had us out with our camera all over Sault Ste. Marie.  Cold toes and frosty noses – Tim Horton’s has seen our fair share of business lately…


We're redesigning our logo at Molly Media Studios!

Darren at Tim Hortons - not!

The City of Sault Ste. Marie’s Discover The Sault website has come to our attention because of our work.  It’s quite a great resource for both native Saultites and newcomers – and anyone thinking of moving to our fair Northern city.  And I don’t mean “fair” as in “Fair Weather” – we’ll have none of that here, we will not!

Dog Sleds at Sault Ste. Marie's Bon Soo festival.

Fine-looking critters from Sault Ste. Marie's Bon Soo festival.

Actually, the weather only adds to the beauty.

(Hey, if you want to see some beautiful winter Sault Ste. Marie pics, check out the link to “Ann J.P. from Flickr here)

Some of my most memorable moments during my time here are memories of gazing out at the cold from inside my warm little home!  This could be one of those moments right now, if one were to listen to the sound of the wind in the trees…

The Discover The Sault website has all kinds of useful information – from Basic Needs for the neophyte, to where to go to get your Social Insurance Number for those getting up and into work.  The design is a subtle retake of their existing homepage which is quite wonderfully simplistic and easily navigable.

Discover The Sault

Discover The Sault

It must be difficult to move here from a foreign nation.  Language.  Culture.  Morals and beliefs.  Almost everything you know could be called into question.

Van Renselar

How would you be seen through the eyes of others?

I’d like to believe that Canada is a good place to move to – and I really believe that that is so.  For the most part, we have a pretty good life up here in the Northern part of the Western Hemisphere.  Certainly, when I have been fortunate enough to travel in my life, Canadians, as a group, are well-respected in other places.  And for good reason!

Oh Canada!

Oh Kanata!

It is really healthy to see our City reaching out to new immigrants, welcoming them and helping them to integrate into our city.  Here at Molly Media Studios, we applaude them for that.

Great work, Sault Ste. Marie!