Niagara often struggles in part because there are so many issues, so many municipalities and politicians that we often don’t know what’s going on. Traditional media are suffering as technology advances further, so Storm Watch is one of the sources of information that can help bring the news to your home.
John Storm has hosted Taking Niagara By Storm on TVCogeco for five years, “and now that reach will increase exponentially with Storm Watch going online each week on Bullet News.
“We will bring in the heavy hitters in Niagara as well as the voiceless people who need a voice,” Storm said. “We will dig beneath the headlines to find out what is going on in Niagara and around the world. That can be seen anytime and from any Internet connection.”
Storm is on the council of TVOntario, a director on the Workforce Planning Board, on the local grant review team of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and he often participates in local and provincial discussions.
He is a former president of the St. Catharines and District United Way, a founding member of the Ontario Parent Council for Education and president of the Distress Centre of Niagara. He currently is director of Oxford Learning on Fourth Avenue in St. Catharines, where he sees parents who want their children to succeed in an ever-changing world.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.