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The race has not officially started, but behind the scenes a battle is brewing over who will represent the Progressive Conservative party in Niagara Falls during the next provincial election.
The new chief of Niagara Regional Police says he’d like to improve regional victims’ services programs and improve mental health services for officers.
The Burgoyne Bridge could be reduced to a single lane this week as work crews scrambles to beat the weather to repair and repave the road.
There wasn’t much of a reason to think Mitch Markowitz’s idea would work.
From Douglas Cardinal’s point of view, there are two ways to look at Canada’s relationship with its First Nations.
Andy Petrowski has issued another apology to his fellow politicians — who have accepted it, and returned the councillor his electronic devices.
Niagara’s three United Way agencies will be doing it the united way.
Welland MPP Cindy Forster wants to amend provincial legislation to allow Queen’s Park to appoint a supervisor to run Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.
The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority is suing a former employee for more than $164,000 for suggesting the beleaguered organization is an “evil” workplace where harassment and violence have happened more than 80 times.
Niagara regional councillors have racked up hefty mobile device bills, purchased event tickets, and even made charitable donations on the public dime.
If all goes according to plan, John Romano wants to do for beer in Niagara what local vineyards have done for wine.
A crew of 13 Niagara hydro workers are on their way home after helping restore power in Georgia in the aftermath of hurricane Irma.
Chris Bittle says he has some big shoes to fill.
The number of people in Niagara overdosing from opioids is on the rise, and Dr. Andrea Feller doesn’t expect that trend to change anytime soon.
Niagara’s emergency rooms have seen a 65 per cent increase in the number of opioid overdose cases over last year, the Niagara Health System reports.
On Thursday, regional council was consumed with a nearly four-hour debate on councillor expense claims. Here are some of the highlights.
On Sept. 13 reporter Grant LaFleche sat down with Canadian astronaut, fighter pilot, musician and author Chris Hadfield before he took the stage at the annual Grape Growers of Ontario celebrity luncheon. During the 40 minute interview, Hadfield talked about climate change, racism, science, his Canada 150 tour and what makes Canada, in his view, the
Niagara Region has yet to collect the $5,500 in legal costs the courts ordered St. Catharines Regional Coun. Andy Petrowski pay after a failed attempt to sue the Region, but a new policy might allow the municipality to finally collect those costs.
With Niagara Region under increased scrunity over councillor expenses, the Region is limiting how councillors can use their cell phones, The Standard has learned.