Before and during the 2016 CAO hiring process Carmen D'Angelo received seven documents created by the staff of then regional chair Alan Caslin, namely his policy director Robert D'Amboise and his communications director Jason Tamming. The Standar
Ontario's Ombudsman says the 2016 hiring of former regional chief administrative officer Carmen D'Angelo was an "inside job" and was "unreasonable, unjust, and wrong." After 457 days of investigative work, Ombudsman Paul Dube released his 72 page
St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik was at The Standard Thursday for an online chat with reporter Karena Walter. They talked about Sendzik's recent trip to the Netherlands with the Lincoln and Welland Regiment to commemorate the 75th anniversary
UPDATE: 11:29 a.m.: Niagara Regional Police say Niagara College locked down its Niagara-on-the-Lake campus while officers searched for a potentially armed suspect involved in an early morning break-in at a Niagara Falls residence. Around 6:45 a.m
Reporter Grant LaFleche chats with St. Catharines Conservative Party candidate Krystina Waler Stay tuned for interviews with other candidates from the riding: Saturday: NDP Dennis Van Meer Tuesday: Liberal Chris Bittle Wednesday: Green Party
Reporter Grant LaFleche chats with St. Catharines Green Party Candidate Travis Mason Stay tuned for interviews with other candidates from the riding: Saturday: NDP Dennis Van Meer Tuesday: Liberal Chris Bittle TODAY: Green Party Travis Mason
Reporter Grant LaFleche chats with St. Catharines Liberal candidate Chris Bittle Stay tuned for interviews with other candidates from the riding: Saturday: NDP Dennis Van Meer TODAY: Liberal Chris Bittle Wednesday: Green Party Travis Maso
Reporter Grant LaFleche chats with St. Catharines NDP candidate Dennis Van Meer.
This October the worms, beetles and bugs that can drive farmers crazy will meet a formidable match: computer hackers.
For decades, critics of U.S. foreign policy have claimed it's largely built around securing control of foreign oil. Donald Trump is doing his best to prove them right.
Travellers entering the United States, be aware: American border agents can still easily search your cellphone. That's despite a much-publicized U.S. court ruling against border guards searching electronic devices without declaring prior grounds for suspicion.
From extra cash to holiday parties, 61 per cent of Canadian workers get some sort of reward this time of year, according to a survey conducted for ADP Canada.
New research suggests dogs may actually be smarter than we give them credit for and they can also have profoundly positive effects on our health.
It’s that time of the year again, when the night sky lights up with meteors as part of the Geminid meteor shower.
On the fourth anniversary of Sheree’s disappearance, her sisters Teaka White and Michelle Kish spoke to CBC for the first time about the loss of their oldest sibling, the potential of an emotional trial, and their hopes that new information can end the search for her body.
Canada's foreign signals intelligence agency is on the lookout for any threats to Britain's election as the country heads into the final week of campaigning.
A mechanical issue with a track forced the World Cup bobsleigh season to open a week later than planned. But it's who will be competing in the native red, white and blue of the U.S. that still dominates the headlines.
Brushstrokes appear several feet wide, as more than 200 works, such as Starry Night and The Yellow House, are blown up and split into panels, giving visitors a 360-degree view of the paintings projected onto the walls and floor.
Five people, including three children, died in a house fire Thursday in a small hamlet northwest of Edmonton.
The federal government will accept the Alberta government's latest plan to price the greenhouse-gas emissions of large industrial facilities at a rate of $30 per tonne in 2020.
A Canadian man detained in Turkey this past summer was charged by RCMP Friday with participating in the activity of a terrorist group and leaving Canada to participate in the activity of a terrorist group.
A dense fog of smoke and flying ash has lingered over Sydney, Australia, for most of the past week, obscuring visibility and prompting commuters to wear breathing masks.
The White House said on Friday it would refuse to take part in hearings in the U.S. House of Representatives set for next week that will consider what articles of impeachment to bring against President Donald Trump.
Andrew Scheer seems to have decided that his best chance of surviving a leadership vote is to acknowledge his own need for change as little as possible — particularly when it comes to climate policy.
Greta Thunberg arrived in the Spanish capital on Friday to join thousands of other young people in a march to demand world leaders take real action against climate change.
Elon Musk did not defame a British cave explorer when he called him "pedo guy" in an angry tweet, a Los Angeles jury found Friday.
Two forest-product companies are on the hook for looking after a mercury-contaminated site near Ontario's Grassy Narrows First Nation, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was in court on Friday, when prosecutors accused him of intentionally misusing his ankle monitor. They seek to raise his bail from its current $1 million US, to $5 million US.