A Saturday morning coffee klatch at the Blue Star on King Street provided grounds for sharing memories and memorabilia.
On Thursday, Oct. 27, Niagara’s leaders in business, government, non-profits and community agencies will convene again for this year’s Niagara Economic Summit, hosted by Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce at White Oaks Conference Resort and Spa.
Let’s try a little thought experiment, shall we?
Our readers write about Tony Clement bowing out of the Conservative leadership race and the IceDogs' use of an altered Canadian flag.
Get set for Hillary Clinton's blend of qualities -- call it anti-flash, quiet competence, a capacity for unsung hard work -- to take centre stage in candidate selection for the foreseeable future, not just in the United States but everywhere.
Social progress comes in odd ways. Take the case of Ottawa's Algonquin College and the Cleveland Indians.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is showing a taste for old-fashioned Canadian horse trading. She will not support a federal carbon price rising to $50 per tonne, she says, unless Alberta gets a pipeline to tidewater.
What does it mean to be a woman in Niagara?
Elon Musk wants to take humanity to Mars in just six years.