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
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.
South Korea has reported an eight-fold jump in viral infections in four days to 433, most of them linked to a church and a hospital in and around Daegu. Iran is reporting its sixth death from coronavirus.
As new outbreaks of coronavirus continue to appear in countries outside China, experts are now recalculating the risk of the virus and our ability to contain it worldwide.
Labour activists are holding a demonstration outside the Ontario Progressive Conservative convention in Niagara Falls on Saturday to protest cuts made by Premier Doug Ford's government.
A fund set up by the World Bank three years ago to help fight infectious diseases has done more to rack up fees for bankers and investors than it has to help doctors battle outbreaks, say some critics.
Public health researchers in the U.K. say that the spread of misinformation during a disease outbreak may make the outbreak more severe. They hope their findings might help other public health officials dealing with disease outbreaks.
Fatso CEO Jill Van Gyn says she supports the rail blockades as a meaningful and effective form of protest, despite the thousands of dollars in lost revenue and transport fees it may cost her company.
On Friday morning, more than 200 Canadian and permanent residents received their official authorization to leave their two-week coronavirus quarantine at an army base in Ontario. They talk about the challenges of the experience and what they plan to do with their freedom.
Coastal GasLink must consult further with Indigenous communities along a stretch of its pipeline route at the heart of the Wet'suwet'en conflict, say B.C. officials.
Three Canadian women from different industries shared their #MeToo experiences with CBC News.
Thousands of striking teachers and education workers rallied at the Ontario Legislature on Friday in a demonstration they say is intended to send a message to Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce.
Democratic presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg said Friday that he's willing to release at least three women from nondisclosure agreements that prevented them from speaking publicly about sexual harassment or discrimination suits filed against him over the last three decades.
The federal privacy watchdog and three of his provincial counterparts will jointly investigate Canadian use of facial-recognition technology supplied by U.S. firm Clearview AI.
Jurors deliberating in Harvey Weinstein's trial in New York appear to be deadlocked on the two most serious charges against the former movie mogul.
Trudy Clement and her husband Steve were trapped aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship under quarantine. Then they got approval to leave. Here's what happened, through their eyes.
To test how prevalent counterfeits are online, Marketplace purchased dozens of well-known products from five popular online retailers: AliExpress, Amazon, eBay, Walmart and Wish. More than half were suspected knockoffs.
As cases rise in Iran and South Korea, both Canada's chief public health officer and the World Health Organization emphasized on Friday that containing the spread of coronavirus is a global priority that extends far beyond China.
Justice Thomas McKay has ruled that three parts of Canada’s prostitution laws violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The decision means charges against London, Ont. couple Tiffany Harvey and Hamad Anwar are stayed.
Four years ago, Sen. Bernie Sanders's momentum stalled in the southwest. He's worked hard on his ground game in states with large Latino populations in the hope of writing a different ending to the script this time.