The local border between Canada and the U.S. is looked at by those in the drug trade as an express lane according to a former Niagara cop.
Ontario Lt.-Gov. David Onley remembers a few moments of “praying and sweating” over an election dilemma but ends his appointment Tuesday with a treasure trove of positive memories as Her Majesty’s representative.
The geographic area for Ward 3 has been made significantly smaller for the 2014 municipal election to reflect the increase in population density in the area.
Port Colborne won’t be taking any extra steps to warn property owners who let their grass grow out of control.
Zachary Junkin isn’t embarrassed to be the youngest candidate running in the Pelham municipal election Oct. 27. Quite the opposite. He sees his youth as an asset.
Three people from Niagara were arrested early Monday morning as part of a wide- scale police operation into an organized crime ring in Southern Ontario.
Canadians are not only putting themselves at risk online by sharing passwords and using unsecured Internet connections, they’re also potentially putting their employers in jeopardy, a new survey found.
The beautiful colours we see in the fall are all thanks to chemistry, a new video from the American Chemical Society says.
The Ontario government is boasting that it has yet again beaten its deficit target.