Here’s a sobering fact: One in four teens involved in a fatal collision tests positive for marijuana.
When we heard about Wexford Collegiate School in Scarborough receiving a cease-and-desist letter for their unlicensed production of Hamilton, we got to wondering.
It’s not like firefighters to brag, but if anyone can justify blowing their own horn once in awhile it’s them.
Donald Trump recently made headlines about how NATO countries are not carrying their fair share of the defence burden. But even President Barack Obama publicly pointed out, in his address to Parliament no less, that Canada should contribute “its full share to common security.”
Whatever hopes Republicans may have had of their candidate salvaging a vestige of respectability from the charred rubble of his presidential campaign, those are now gone.
On Thursday, Oct. 27, Niagara’s leaders in business, government, non-profits and community agencies will convene again for this year’s Niagara Economic Summit, hosted by Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce at White Oaks Conference Resort and Spa.
Let’s try a little thought experiment, shall we?
Our readers write about Tony Clement bowing out of the Conservative leadership race and the IceDogs' use of an altered Canadian flag.
It’s about time Welland enjoyed some optimism for a change.