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Canucks take game two of series with Junior Canadians

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Canucks take game two of series with Junior Canadians

The Niagara Falls Canucks took game two with an 8 – 3 win in the first round best-of-seven series with the Welland Junior Canadians Sunday Mar. 5 in Welland. This puts the Canucks ahead 2 – 0 in GOJHL playoff hockey action in the Golden Horseshoe division. Andrew Barbeau opened up the scoring for the […]

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Two charged after dog dragged by car

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Two charged after dog dragged by car

Niagara Regional Police have charged two Fort Erie residents with one count each of causing unnecessary suffering to a dog, and causing injury by willful neglect to a dog. Cassandra McKay, 42, and Gary Dewilde, 47, were charged after police received 911 calls about a dog being dragged by a car on Southworth St. in […]

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Meteors top Junior Canadians with 7 – 3 win

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Meteors top Junior Canadians with 7 – 3 win

The Fort Erie Meteors topped the Welland Junior Canadians Saturday Jan. 28 in GOJHL hockey action with a 7 – 3 win in Fort Erie. The Meteors scored two unanswered goals in the first period. The first came from Dakota Miskoliczi just seconds into the game at 0:19, assists went to Bryce Martin and Daylon […]

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President Obama’s legacy: humanity and humour

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President Obama’s legacy: humanity and humour

Not since John F. Kennedy have I admired a president of the United States more than Barack Obama. Sadly, in the end, both suffered unfulfilled presidencies – one taken down by a bullet, the other by bullies. From the moment of his ascendancy to power, vengeful Republicans began marching to the war cry of their […]

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New safety measures for drones in Canada

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New safety measures for drones in Canada

With the rapid increase in the use of drones, also known as unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), Transport Canada is moving with a number of safety initiatives to keep the public safe on the ground and in the sky. Kate Young, London West MP and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, outlined steps taken to […]

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Local History Snapshot: Mr. Christmas with cutter sleigh

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Local History Snapshot: Mr. Christmas with cutter sleigh

This week’s local history snapshot features an undated photo of Mr. Christmas standing beside his cutter sleigh from the Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum.  

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