Back in 2008, St. Catharines city councillors were slowly moving towards establishing a code of conduct.
Doug Herod Tweets
In June 2016, a major Niagara concern was finally put to bed.
Potential grooviness is on the downtown St. Catharines horizon.
Crisis management firms take note. Niagara District Catholic School Board has a public relations disaster on its hands.
When I first arrived in St. Catharines in late 1979, widespread appreciation for Welland Canal history appeared strong.
Good news from Port Dalhousie.
OK, I’ve officially jumped on the Niagara Sports Commission bandwagon.
A highly visible site in downtown St. Catharines has sat empty for years.
One of the more enduring conceits of this Niagara Region council is that it has discovered success through harmony.
You go, Niagara!
There is no shortage of good, private-sector ideas for downtown St. Catharines.
When a municipality wants to amend a bylaw, a public meeting is held.
The ongoing and seemingly endless probes into the Burgoyne Bridge project have taken on a mysterious air.
Far be it from me to cast aspersion on St. Catharines’ overarching vision for the downtown.
Niagara municipalities share a need for geographical recognition — to be "put on the map."
Ahh, yes, the power of GO Transit …
I don’t envy St. Catharines’ budget-makers.
I’m not the sort of guy who likes to beat a topic to death.
It’s municipal testosterone time in Niagara.
The reason St. Catharines’ proposed double-duty system crashed is simple.