Women’s contributions to Niagara’s prosperity were recognized Friday with the 17th annual Women in Business Awards.
If I could just blot some wine and somehow you could smell it and taste it in print like the scratch and sniffs you used to find in magazines, I would do that with Norman Hardie’s 2016 Pinot Noir.
Working on a canal project places workers next to a lot of water. Yet, surprisingly, many of the workers on the Welland Ship Canal never learned how to swim, despite the possibility that such skills might save their life or someone else’s.
Judge Tory Colvin delivered a powerful message to three young women, and the community, during the sentencing hearing of Pelham stable owner James Corbett, Friday afternoon.In October of this year, Corbett was convicted of sexual assault and two counts of common assault against the three.
TORONTO — Ontario’s colleges say once back-to-work legislation to end a faculty strike is passed, classes could resume two days later. The provincial government is set to table the legislation today, after an attempt to do so Thursday evening was blocked by the NDP.
Discovery of human remains near the Friendship Trail in Ridgeway has prompted a police investigation.
Pelham residents want the truth regarding allegations about the town’s finances.
TORONTO — Ontario’s Liberal government is moving to introduce back-to-work legislation that would end a nearly five-week strike by college faculty, though opposition from the NDP means it may not happen quickly. Premier Kathleen Wynne said unanimous support of the legislation would have meant students could return to class on Monday morning.
Faculty members at 24 colleges across the province rejected a contract offer from their employer Thursday morning, the union representing them said on its website.