A fire at Windshield King in Welland last week has been deemed accidental.
Workers tend to Welland Centennial Secondary School’s new artificial turf field on Wednesday afternoon. In addition to the field, the track surrounding it has also been replaced with artificial turf, and new bleachers and lighting are to be installed before school begins in September. The project is part of a $5 million initiative by the District S
Construction is causing some slowdowns in the northbound Highway 406 lanes.
Wetter isn’t always better when it comes to farming.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne may have rejected a proposal to raise the provincial sales tax to pay for infrastructure projects, but if a new source of revenue is not found, cities and towns won’t be able to repair roads or sewers, says Welland regional councillor Paul Grenier.
An organised white power movement could form in Canada, but the nation's less divisive political culture will likely prevent any such movement from becoming as vocal, or as violent, like those seen in the United States, says a Brock University sociologist.
The Coffee Culture location in downtown St. Catharines — which shut its doors suddenly in late July — closed because of bankruptcy or receivership, according to records of employment sent to former workers.
Lakeside Park got a little saucy this weekend when the St. Catharines Chicken Wing Festival came to Port Dalhousie.
In order to dismantle white supremacy, people have to get involved with their feet, organizers of a Niagara rally for victims in Charlottesville say.