Van stopped in St.Catharines with no doors or plates

This is a story that you have to see to believe. Read more...

Niagara's GO case well-received by Minister Del Duca

A group of Niagara politicians was at Queen's Park earlier Monday in the hopes of getting Niagara GOing. Read more...

New deal for some Vale workers in Port Colborne

Mining giant Vale and the United Steelworkers have reached a tentative agreement on a new five-year contract for production and maintenance workers in Port Colborne and Sudbury. Read more...

Father calling for help to reach daughter in Nepal

These are anxious times for Canadians trying to get out of Nepal and for families who haven't yet heard from their loved ones. Read more...

How Canada is helping the people of Nepal

Canada is sending more relief supplies to earthquake-struck Nepal and says it will match donations to a fund specifically set up to help people in that country. Read more...

A dozen people charged with impaired driving by NRP

A dozen drivers, all local are on the NRP's latest list of impaired drivers.
 
12 people were charged with an alleged criminal impaired driving offence between April 16th and April 26th. Read more...

Iron Mike's legacy lives on

"Iron" Mike Bensson's radio legacy will live on. Read more...

LCHS contract up for debate by St. Catharines council


It could be a long night for St. Catharines city councillors who will have to decide whether to renew the Lincoln County Humane Society's contract. Read more...

Canada has new chief of defence

A former combat commander who has led operations at home and overseas has been appointed to the country's top military job. Read more...

Sudbury becomes second district to be hit with public high school teachers strike

High school teachers in Sudbury will hit the picket lines today, following the breakdown of negotiations with the Rainbow District School Board over the weekend Read more...
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