Nothing says spring like a patch of sunny daffodils.
The Hands that Feed Us is a series of Eating Niagara. It’s a monthly profile of a seasonal agricultural worker in Niagara.
Let’s face it, technology and design haven’t always mixed well.
Thursday at 1:45 p.m. in the lobby of the Crystal Ridge Community Centre, 89 Ridge Rd. S., skaters, families and friends are welcome to attend the grand opening of Rinkside Reading, a well-equipped reading area at the centre with a cozy nook for leisure reading and homework completion right beside the rink.
Here are some of the animals available for adoption from both Lincoln County Humane Society and Community Animal Allies of Niagara this week.
The Railtown Cafe, a Vancouver eatery best known locally for their tasty sandwiches, has achieved international fame for pouring the ugliest pint of Guinness.
Spring is a time for great change and, right up until the very moment I laid my fingers on the keypad to type this entry, I would have said the season of change was firmly upon us.
Canada Blooms, now in its 21st year, is at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto until Sunday.
A normal part of any industry is to somehow, someway, recognize significant contribution and excellence. It has been nearly 30 years that the Cuvee weekend has been that venue for the Niagara wine industry.