Fort Erie resident critical after roll over in Falls

Fort Erie resident critical after roll over in Falls On Monday, April 23rd, 2018 at approximately 12:10 a.m. the Niagara Regional Police Service, the Niagara Emergency Medical Services and…

Suspects sought in Thorold robbery

Suspects sought in Thorold robbery On Friday April 20/2018 around 10:51 p.m. members of the Niagara Regional Police Service and Niagara Emergency Medical Services attended…

 

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How science protects Canadian wildlife

How science protects Canadian wildlife

Pesticides and crop biotechnology — also known as GMOs or genetically modified organisms — are being credited with preserving 35 million acres of Canadian wildlife habitat. These modern agricultural tools, perceived by many to be bad for people and the planet, are helping stave off…

A study in male behaviour – Duh!!!

A study in male behaviour – Duh!!! Our latest column from William Thomas Every time a body washes up on the shores…

Reduce your energy bill with smart home technology

Reduce your energy bill with smart home technology Everyone looks for ways to save money on their energy bills. Fortunately, with the rise…

Serve up nutritious chocolate smoothies

Serve up nutritious chocolate smoothies Morning, noon or night, this chocolate peanut butter cup smoothie does an excellent job of…

Community Addiction Services of Niagara achieves CCA Accreditation

Community Addiction Services of Niagara achieves CCA Accreditation

Community Addiction Services of Niagara (CASON) announced Tuesday April 24/2018 that it has been awarded accreditation by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA). The hard work, professionalism, and dedication of our staff and Board of Directors are reflected in this significant achievement. “To be CCA…

Communities to honour fallen workers Saturday

Communities to honour fallen workers Saturday Communities across Niagara will be coming together Saturday April 28/2018 to honour the lives of…

Mayor Sendzik forms working group to review residential rental licencing

Mayor Sendzik forms working group to review residential rental licencing A new Mayor’s working group is being formed to look at the residential rental licencing…

Pelham Lowest Water and Sewer Charges Again

Pelham Lowest Water and Sewer Charges Again The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – I am…

Student entrepreneurs strike a chord at Pitch Perfect competition

Student entrepreneurs strike a chord at Pitch Perfect competition

Auto Girls – an auto shop run by women, for women – topped a strong field of student-created business ideas at Niagara College’s Pitch Perfect competition held Wednesday April 18/2018. The event was hosted at the Southbrook Winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake and organized by ncTakeOff, Niagara College’s…

Walmart grocery pick up launched in St. Catharines and Welland

Walmart grocery pick up launched in St. Catharines and Welland Walmart Canada announced Monday April 23/2018 the launch of Walmart Grocery Pickup in St. Catharines…

Canadian shipping applauds “historic international CO2 reduction strategy”

Canadian shipping applauds “historic international CO2 reduction strategy” The Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) fully supports the ambitious strategy adopted by the UN…

Ontario inspecting workplaces to protect workers’ health and safety

Ontario inspecting workplaces to protect workers’ health and safety This post was originally published on this siteProvince to target high-risk sectors and repeat offenders…

Mayor Sendzik forms working group to review residential rental licencing

Mayor Sendzik forms working group to review residential rental licencing

A new Mayor’s working group is being formed to look at the residential rental licencing by-law proposed for the city. Mayor Walter Sendzik announced the formation of a new working group at Monday night’s council meeting in response to the public feedback and comments received…

Pelham Lowest Water and Sewer Charges Again

Pelham Lowest Water and Sewer Charges Again The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – I am…

More long-term care beds for Welland Francophone seniors

More long-term care beds for Welland Francophone seniors Ontario supporting seniors, caregivers and families with 30,000 new beds across the province Ontario is…

Renowned community builder speaking in St. Catharines

Renowned community builder speaking in St. Catharines Sylvia Cheuy, internationally recognized community builder and facilitator, will speak at the FirstOntario Performing Arts…

Student entrepreneurs strike a chord at Pitch Perfect competition

Student entrepreneurs strike a chord at Pitch Perfect competition

Auto Girls – an auto shop run by women, for women – topped a strong field of student-created business ideas at Niagara College’s Pitch Perfect competition held Wednesday April 18/2018. The event was hosted at the Southbrook Winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake and organized by ncTakeOff, Niagara College’s…

Niagara Parks and Brock University sign new MOU

Niagara Parks and Brock University sign new MOU Brock University press release – A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) promoting closer cooperation between…

Game Development Showcase celebrates student-created video games

Game Development Showcase celebrates student-created video games Niagara College’s Game Development students got their game on at the program’s annual year-end showcase…

Two Brock students named finalists in national research contest

Two Brock students named finalists in national research contest Brock University press release – Body image research looking at negative perceptions and illness has…