Parliament Hill resumes public tours Monday

The grounds of Parliament Hill have reopened to the public and the Speaker says tours are to resume on Monday. Read more...

Calls for an early start to the poppy campaign

This week's murder of two soldiers is prompting many Canadians to ask the Royal Canadian Legion for poppy lapel pins a little early this year. Read more...

Corporal Nathan Cirillo has made final journey home

A motorcade carrying Cirillo's body left an Ottawa funeral home Friday afternoon and travelled along the Highway of Heroes, a route that frequently saw the repatriation of soldiers killed in Afghanistan. Read more...

IceDogs drop third straight game

The Niagara IceDogs dropped a 6-2 decision to the North Bay Battalion at the Meridian Centre Friday night. Read more...

Nick Nero gets 22 years after Niagara's largest cocaine bust

The man convicted in Niagara's largest cocaine bust in history has received his sentence. Read more...

Niagara residents will be able to sign memorial books for Cpl Cirillo

In the wake of Wednesday's tragic events in Ottawa, the public is invited to sign memorial books for Corporal Nathan Cirillo available at all Niagara Regional Police Service stations beginning Saturday. Read more...

Deadly school shooting north of Seattle

A school shooting in the United States today at a high school just north of Seattle. Read more...

War Memorial reopens

The ceremonial honour guard is resuming its duties at the National War Memorial, less than two days after a deadly shooting claimed the life of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. Read more...

Corporal Nathan Cirillo on his way home

 As bagpipes played, members of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders regiment carried the flag-draped casket of Corporal Nathan Cirillo into a hearse. Read more...

Marathon goes Sunday in Niagara Falls

Six thousand runners from 30 countries hope to be the first this weekend to cross the most famous finish line in the world. Read more...
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