Carrying groceries up the steps of her home in Toronto, she heard an odd crinkling noise.
Cheryl Clock, The Standard
Cheryl Clock Tweets
Club LaSalle celebrated 60 years by collecting at least six barrels of food for Community Care.
On its first day, the shelter for abused women was full.
Sometimes in life, two minutes matters.
He begged his mom to go on the water slide. Kathy McPherson looked into her son's eyes and sighed: “Wait till your father gets here,” she instructed Greg, who was about seven years old.
They dig for buried stories. Pieces of the past entombed in layers of earth that hold the secrets of history.
A one-line reference to a riot. And the curiosity of a man fascinated by historical detail.
The women follow a narrow dirt path into a community of towering white pine trees. The pin-straight trunks, bare lower to the ground, erupt like green fireworks exploding into a blue sky.
One quarter of people who want to die at Hospice Niagara are able to go there.
It was some 30 years ago that Dr. Brian Kerley, then a new family doctor in St. Catharines, started working shifts in the emergency department at the old Hotel Dieu Hospital on Ontario Street.
She sits in a lawn chair around a campfire pit, in the morning shade of a row of pencil-straight pine trees.
The story of his life, is his story on stage.
A choir of some of the best Canadian youth voices will perform in St. Catharines next week.
Battling advanced metastatic melanoma, she was eager to compete in a full Ironman.
The birthday cake is made from sand, wood chips and a few appropriately placed twigs.
She went swimming on the trail. Made friends with some cows. And is having fantasies about brushing her teeth in her own (bigger than the space in an RV) bathroom.
They are Craig's Bikers. Also known as Daddy's Bikers.
The oldest house in St. Catharines opened its doors and a few more visitors arrived than expected.
It's a sing-a-long, but deeper.