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Brock set to host Canadian Fencing National Championships

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Brock set to host Canadian Fencing National Championships

Brock University press release – More than 1,000 of the top fencing athletes in the country will descend on Brock University this week as the Canadian Fencing National Championships come to Niagara for the first time. Brock Fencing is hosting the Canadian Fencing Federation competition Friday, May 18 to Monday, May 21/2018, where national champions […]

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Woman charged with impaired driving following ATV roll-over

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Woman charged with impaired driving following ATV roll-over

A 27-year-old Wainfleet woman is facing impaired driving charges following an ATV roll-over. At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Sunday May 13/2018 the female driver was operating an ATV with two young children in the area of Deeks Road South and Forks Road in Welland when she lost control of the ATV and rolled into a […]

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Program needs help to purchase newer truck

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Program needs help to purchase newer truck

The Broken Spoke program needs help, the pick-up truck the program has been using to pick up bikes from landfills all around the region has worn out, the program needs help raising funds for a newer one. “The twenty-year-old truck is getting really tired,” Aubrey Foley, Broken Spoke program coordinator said. “Last week it was […]

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New policies will help guide growth in Port Dalhousie

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New policies will help guide growth in Port Dalhousie

New policies relating to how land is used and new buildings are designed and constructed in Port Dalhousie will be a key tool for the City of St. Catharines to balance new development with what residents love about the area. City Council adopted proposed policy changes to the City’s official plan that will put in […]

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Significant rainfall expected in South Niagara overnight

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Significant rainfall expected in South Niagara overnight

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Monday, May 14/2018, calling for significant rainfall overnight for South Niagara which will continue into Tuesday morning. “A weather system moving along the line of a warm front over northern Ohio will affect Southern Ontario near midnight with a significant rain fall,” the statement said. “Showers and embedded […]

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UN partnership opens international co-op opportunities to Goodman students

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UN partnership opens international co-op opportunities to Goodman students

Brock University press release – Brock University’s Goodman School of Business is the first business school in Canada to form a co-op partnership with the United Nations Association in Canada (UNA-Canada). The new partnership will make it possible for Goodman students to work at a United Nations agency on an eight-month co-op work term, starting […]

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