A man in Welland was arrested on Monday and was found to be in possession of more than $14,000 in illegal drugs. On May 11, the Niagara Regional Police Service searched a home near King Street in Welland and arrested a man found inside with fentan
A health-care worker at Hotel Dieu Shaver has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. This is the first case at the rehabilitation centre.
Editor's note: The event has been cancelled. The Grief Network Niagara has not made plans to reschedule this event. Everyone grieves in a different way. Especially if you are a child Grief Network Niagara is hosting its fourth annual Children’s
Nearly 72 hours after its staff investigated the site of the controversial Thundering Waters development in Niagara Falls, Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority formally charged the Chinese company that owns the property with violating provincial
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
It took Prime Minister Justin Trudeau 21 seconds this morning to come up with something to say about the latest outrage in U.S. politics. It's going to take much, much longer for Canadian leaders to come up with a way to coexist with a superpower and trading partner in deep trouble.
Kelowna RCMP have launched an internal investigation into the actions of an officer seen during a brief video repeatedly punching a suspect while the man is being restrained by two other officers.
Republicans in the U.S. state of Iowa ousted Rep. Steve King in Tuesday's primary, deciding they've had enough of the conservative lightning rod known for making incendiary comments about immigrants and white supremacy throughout his nearly two decades in Congress.
A major COVID-19 outbreak that led to the infection of 10 health-care workers in an intensive care unit at Abbotsford Regional Hospital has been declared over, B.C. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced Tuesday.
Several Canadian families have told CBC News of the heartbreak they have experienced being separated due to travel restrictions because of COVID-19 at the Canada-U.S. border.
Throughout January, the WHO publicly praised China for what it called a speedy response to the new coronavirus. In fact, Chinese officials sat on releasing the genetic map of the deadly virus for over a week after multiple government labs had fully decoded it, The Associated Press has found from internal documents, emails and dozens of interviews.
Talk to black protesters in the U.S. these days, and police brutality is frequently cast as just one point in a constellation of inequalities. Other key disparities have been well known for a long time. But they remain unresolved.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says Canada doesn't have the "systemic, deep roots" of racism that the United States does.
BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. will both use equipment from Scandinavian component makers Nokia and Ericsson to build out their next-generation 5G networks in Canada.
Major broadcasters, music streaming companies and more are joining with celebrities and music labels in halting or altering their regular operations Tuesday to mark their solidarity with widespread U.S. and international protests against the killing of George Floyd in police custody.
Windsor Const. Arjei Franklin admits he can't bring himself to watch the bystander video of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of George Floyd, killing him in the process. On Friday, Franklin posted his reaction to the incident online.
The novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.3 million people worldwide, and there have been more than 376,000 recorded deaths, according to a case tracking tool maintained by the U.S.-based Johns Hopkins University and Medicine.
The Lancet medical journal says 'serious scientific questions' had been brought to its attention about the validity of the data behind a widely cited and already corrected study on the dangers of the use of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine in treating COVID-19.
The doctor at the centre of a COVID-19 outbreak in the Campbellton area says he's not sure whether he picked up the coronavirus during a trip to Quebec or from a patient in his office.
Winnipeg is one of the largest cities in North America — if not the largest — to so far sail through the public health crisis with few cases of the disease, almost fully functional hospitals and an economy where only a handful of remaining businesses are not allowed to reopen.
Three black parents share their fears and anxieties after the death of George Floyd and the difficult conversations they’re having with their children.
The current protests across the U.S. represent simmering anger over a perceived lack of accountability in recent years for police officers who have killed black people. Here's a look at some of the most high-profile cases of the past decade.
Four Chretien-era cabinet ministers are among 58 former Canadian diplomats and politicians who added their names to a letter calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government to show stronger resistance to a proposed Israeli annexation of a large part of the occupied West Bank.
A cyclone in the Arabian Sea was barrelling toward India's business capital Mumbai on Tuesday, threatening to deliver high winds and flooding to an area already struggling with the nation's highest number of coronavirus infections and deaths.