An investigation by The St. Catharines Standard and The Hamilton Spectator provides comprehensive coverage of the health reforms considered the biggest change since Medicare.
The provincial government is undertaking a sweeping overhaul of the health-care system
Earlier this summer, 23-year-old Aaron Post opened his dream business, the aptly named Tall Post Craft Cider, fermenting more than 25 hard apple ciders, infused with fruit from the Niagara Region.
After 10 months, more than 45 interviews and a review of thousands of documents, Ontario's Ombudsman says he has finished his investigation into the tainted 2016 hiring of Niagara Region's chief administrative officer and his secret, lucrative contr
Niagara Falls museum first stop of traveling exhibit on Indian residential schools
It takes creativity, talent and a significant time commitment to train children and youth for a professional theatrical performance. When the Yellow Door Theatre Project invited business representatives for a glimpse of that hard work, the message was clear: no sponsorship, no theatre program.
It was a bittersweet moment as the Goodwill Niagara 25th anniversary flag was hoisted into the blue sky of Monday morning.
There’s been no shortage of rain so far this spring, but drier days are still likely ahead.
Local filmmaker looking for interesting subjects, ideas for series
Whether you’re starting, grinding or thriving, Females Who Side Hustle is looking to connect with like-minded working women and create a community of support. Co-founders Sarah Singleton and Teri Canestraro held their inaugural event at Niagara College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake campus on, April 26.
New data this week will offer more clues about how long Canada can fend off the wave of fear bombarding the global economy.
Water problems in Newark, N.J. are drawing comparisons with the previous water crisis in Flint, Mich., after officials began distributing bottled water this week. The city says it's acting out of an abundance of caution, but activists say the problem has been ignored for too long.
After Canada’s thumping of the Australians 90-70 in just their third exhibition game, a result many weren’t expecting, head coach Nick Nurse talked at great length about the quick evolution of his team.
In this week’s Canada Votes newsletter: How could the ethics commissioner's report affect the election? Plus: Éric Grenier takes a look at how the polls could shift and we answer your question about gun control.
With a crisis of this magnitude, you would expect an all-hands-on-deck response from governments. But most politicians, with a few exceptions, seem to be sleepwalking through this nightmare — too afraid to be seen as "coddling" or "weak."
China lashed out at Taiwan on Monday over its offer of political asylum to participants in Hong Kong's pro-democracy protest movement, a day after hundreds of thousands of people marched peacefully in the latest massive demonstration in the Chinese territory.
A four-year-old boy who went missing in the bush near Mackenzie, B.C., about 180 kilometres north of Prince George on Saturday has been found safe.
China's embassy in Ottawa told Canada on Sunday to stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs a day after the country issued a joint statement with the European Union in defence of the "fundamental right of assembly" for Hong Kong citizens.
Jack Letts, a British-Canadian man often known as Jihadi Jack in the media, has reportedly been stripped of his British citizenship in a decision that has "disappointed" Canada.
The Canadian Transportation Agency has begun an inquiry into WestJet policies and the case of an Edmonton woman who says she was bumped from a flight last month and is now being refused compensation she's entitled to under new passenger rights regulations.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Rosemount brand cooked diced chicken meat is being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination.
An Iranian tanker headed through the Mediterranean towards Greece on Monday after it was released from detention off Gibraltar, and Tehran said that any U.S. move to seize the vessel again would have "heavy consequences."
Veterans Affairs has reviewed how it approves videos for posting on social media "to ensure rigour and accountability," following an embarrassing incident last May that saw Minister Lawrence MacAulay apologize for a VE-Day tribute that "erroneously" included footage of German, not Canadian soldiers.
Leader of the People's Party of Canada Maxime Bernier made the case for why he should take part in official election debates at his party's first national conference in Gatineau, Que., on Sunday.
The gun used in an attack on an Australian man and his Canadian fiancée in New Zealand last week has not yet been recovered, according to the New Zealand police.
Dozens of labour experts were recently asked to imagine possible jobs of the future. Some of the hypothetical professions on their list might surprise you.
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including non-disparagement clauses, tampered infant formula and life insurance denied over anxiety disorder.
White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow is confirming that President Donald Trump "wants to take a look at" buying Greenland, although the semi-autonomous territory of Denmark has said it's not for sale.
Secret British government documents have warned of serious disruptions across the country in the event that the U.K. leaves the European Union without a trade deal on Oct. 31, according to a report.
A parade with 12,000 marchers, including politicians from three levels of government, capped off 11 days of festivities in the 36th edition of Montréal Pride.