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.
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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.
There was a chill in the air as the White Ensign, a flag that’s flown on British Royal Navy ships, was raised at the Niagara Region Headquarters on Monday. Regional Chair Jim Bradley joined members of the Royal Canadian Naval Association Niagara to commemorate the Battle of the Atlantic and to mark the beginning of Navy Week, which runs April 29 to May 5.
Michelle Sanders has no idea what she, her husband Tyler and three-year-old son Everett would do without the Niagara Children’s Centre.
When Canada’s Wonderland launched its newest roller-coaster to the public, Niagara-on-the-Lake resident Davin Warner was among the 72 people selected for the first ride.
Question: What is the ideal makeup of a conservation authority board? Conclusion: There is no magic formula. In Niagara, however, there appears to be a push toward including more citizen members.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have again approved the Trans Mountain expansion project, a crucial next step for the much-delayed pipeline project designed to carry nearly a million barrels of oil from Alberta’s oilpatch to the B.C. coast.
Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., will re-investigate the deaths of nine Indigenous people with the help of outside agencies, the service's chief said at Tuesday's meeting of the city's police services board.
Canadians are deeply concerned about climate change and are willing to make adjustments in their lives to fight it — but for many people, paying as much as even a monthly Netflix subscription in extra taxes is not one of them, a new poll suggests.
Donald Trump officially kicked off his re-election campaign Tuesday at a Florida rally where he exhorted thousands of rollicking supporters to keep advancing his political movement to put America's "own citizens first."
The decision to proceed with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was never going to make a lot of people happy. It's hard to see where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had much of a choice.
Quebec's religious symbols law has been denounced by minority groups that say it will institutionalize discrimination by limiting job opportunities for people who wear the hijab, turban or kippa. Premier François Legault's response? "To avoid extremism, you have to give a little to the majority."
Police have released the names of three men who were arrested after the shootings at Monday's celebration of the Toronto Raptors' NBA Championship, two in connection with the gunfire.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer's climate proposal would change emissions thresholds to capture more large-scale polluters and compel those companies to invest in clean energy technology if they exceed emissions standards.
Only one U.S. president in recent history had lower approval ratings than Donald Trump at this point in his first term, and that president lost his re-election bid. As Trump kicks off his own campaign Tuesday, CBC's Lyndsay Duncombe explains what he has working in his favour.
Conservative MP Michael Cooper made comments deriding "goat herder cultures" during a discussion about Islam's compatibility with Canadian democracy when he was a law student at the University of Alberta a decade ago, according to two lawyers who have come forward to talk about the incident.
Catherine McKenna just confirmed that the carbon tax will stop once it reaches a piffling $50 a tonne, three years from now. Why? Because Justin Trudeau wants to be re-elected.
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Facebook has some big-money backers for its new cryptocurrency; Canada faces big challenges in closing the gap between its emissions and its climate change targets.
Despite what city officials say was "intense" planning, the Toronto Raptors victory parade saw hours of delays amid euphoric chaos. Many people were left stranded without water or sufficient bathroom facilities in the midday heat.
A Canadian soldier has died of injuries sustained during parachuting while taking part in a multinational training exercise in Bulgaria.
A lawyer for a sheriff's deputy involved in an altercation with Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri as he tried to join his team on the court to celebrate their NBA championship said his client suffered a concussion and is on medical leave.
Boris Johnson has increased his vote share in his bid for the leadership of Britain's Conservative Party in the second round of voting on Tuesday, while former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab's campaign to succeed Theresa May as prime minister has ended.
The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal has had his sentence extended to 10 years after the Ontario Court of Appeal deemed his earlier sentence "demonstrably unfit."
A citizen video posted online appears to show an officer repeatedly kicking a suspect before slamming him face first into a wall.
Canadian companies avoided paying up to $11.4 billion worth of taxes in 2014, the federal tax agency says.