Elizabeth Madronich is very excited over Barbara Gowdy’s visit to the Canadian Authors Series this Thursday in Port Colborne at the Roselawn Centre.“She’s a very important Canadian author. She’s very edgy and writes very unusual things. She’s not afraid to go out on a limb and make people uncomfortable,” said Madronich.
Questions of public notice swirled with those of costs, debt and taxes during a Pelham public forum Monday.
An Ornge air ambulance airlifted a man to a trauma centre following a serious crash on Highway 140 just north of Buchner Road in Welland Tuesday.
It was a need for fellowship that inspired Sue Alexander to get involved, back in 1967.
It will be a long time before Nicole Scime’s two children are ready for high school.
Sitting at the head of her dining room table surrounded by cutout pictures of members of the legislative assembly of Ontario, seventh-grade St. Catharines native Madeleine Alexander studies by connecting every face to a name.
Two Niagara women are developing a course that will help people who identify as transgender to overcome mental-health struggles through fitness.
Independent. Unemotional. Strong. Aggressive. All are masculine traits that many men strive to embody.
A real-world state-of-the-art teaching aid for students at Niagara College also has practical applications for members of the community.