Over the course of the next year, the Minister of Education will be seeking his advice on a range of issues affecting students, schools and school boards in Ontario.
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The 8,000 square-foot facility is located on the first floor of the Simcoe Building. It's designed to accommodate Niagara College’s growing international enrolment and activities.
Niagara Region Transit, St. Catharines Transit, Niagara Falls Transit and Welland Transit are offering free trips for seniors on their bus routes all day long.
Lightning Gymnastics recently participated in the Eastern Canadian Championships in St. John's, Nlld. The events was held May 10 to 13.
The City is marking the first long weekend of the summer with a number of activities this Saturday, May 18.
The event, which was presented by Meridian Credit Union, was held during the Mother's Day weekend.
The Niagara College Teaching Brewery has won top honours for its Butler’s Bitter beer at the Canadian Brewing Awards.
During Tuesday night's meeting, city staff reported to council on plans to take back the municipal water billing function currently performed by Niagara Peninsula Energy Inc. on behalf of the city.
Two hundred years after American troops invaded Canada and occupied much of the Niagara Region, a war of a different kind has broken out along the border.
Nine years ago I watched the Leafs lose to the Philadelphia Flyers back in 2004 and now I had to watch the Bruins score in overtime to finish them off in 2013. Watching a Leafs playoff game has taken a couple of years off of my life.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the launch of New York's largest tourism campaign in decades, committing nearly $60 million last week to grow the industry, create jobs and attract even more visitors to the Empire State.
A profile of the GNGH Foundation and its importance in the community.
Consumer advocates are encouraged by Canadians' decisions to cut their cable cords in favour of the Internet to watch their favorite programs, but Cogeco Communications doesn't think digital cable will be disappearing anytime soon.