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Bats, blooms and shorelines are all getting a boost in Niagara this spring.
Niagara Falls MPP Wayne Gates is hosting a town hall Tuesday to discuss the issues facing health care in Niagara.
A freezing rain warning is in effect for Niagara Falls, Welland, St. Catharines and Grimsby, while St. Catharines and Grimsby are also under a wind warning.
Breakfast cereals, ice skates and chalk boards. You once could find all three in the Centre Street area of Niagara Falls.
Have some items you want to get rid of? Looking to clean out your basement or garage? The city’s recreation committee is calling all crafters, collectors and hobbyists to participate in the third annual Garage Sale at the Gale.
Niagara Regional Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances around the death of a 55 year old woman found in Port Colborne Thursday morning.
The man at the heart of the tainted hiring process for Niagara Region’s chief administrative officer is part of an increasing wave of political operatives working in municipal governments, says Brock University political science professor David Sieg
Regional chair Alan Caslin is calling for an independent investigation into the process used to hire Niagara Region’s chief administrative officer Carmen D’Angelo in 2016. “In the interest of openness and transparency, I have requested that an ind
It’s never too early to motivate and inspire children to be active. The YMCA of Niagara has set their sights on promoting active lifestyles and increasing physical literacy for children in Niagara with a fascinating program called YMCA Kid Fit.
One of the 10 people killed in Monday's van attack on a busy Toronto street has been identified as Anne Marie D'Amico, CBC News has learned.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said the van attack in Toronto that killed 10 people and put another 15 in hospital is not part of a plot that poses a threat to national security.
Police have identified the suspect in a deadly van attack in Toronto that left 10 people dead and 15 injured as Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old man from Richmond Hill, Ont., a suburb just north of the city.
What happened in Toronto Monday afternoon was a scene out of a counter-terrorism officer's worst nightmares.
No more nuclear tests. A suspension of missile launches. The closing of a nuclear test site at the base of a mountain that’s reportedly near collapse. As far as the North Korean regime's nuclear concessions go, this is the least the regime could do, according to nonproliferation experts.
Given a chance to bet on the agility, efficiency and adaptability of the black market, versus a sheltered monopoly like Ontario's LCBO, I know where my money would go.
Being a surrogate is legal in Canada, but the logistics and legalities of the practice are much different than they are elsewhere and in need of updating, families and medical experts say.
Some Sunwing passengers still haven’t received their luggage from flights taken the weekend of April 14. They say the long wait plus lack of information about their missing baggage is unacceptable.
In the wake of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica data scandal, experts are warning about the potential dangers of handing over your genetic code to private international corporations.
Alexandre Bissonnette was obsessed with guns, suicide and the conviction he should kill others before killing himself, according to testimony put forward by his defence during sentencing arguments.
Emergency personnel and bystanders rushed to help the injured after a van plowed into pedestrians near a busy Toronto intersection, according to eyewitnesses who saw the chaotic, bloody scene unfold on Monday afternoon.
A Peruvian judge on Monday ordered the arrests of two men accused of lynching a Canadian man in a remote Amazonian village last week as retribution.
Hours after a van struck and killed 10 pedestrians and wounded many others in Toronto, the host Maple Leafs beat the Boston Bruins 3-1 in Game 6 to force a seventh game in their first-round series.
The Duchess of Cambridge, resplendent in a bright red dress, and husband Prince William emerged from a London hospital hours after Kate gave birth Monday to their third child, a boy, to give onlookers a glimpse of the new royal bundle.
The twin brother of a Calgary toddler who died after being left alone in a car seat in a closet for five hours cried "gone, gone, gone" when he arrived at the hospital and the boy's parents worried he'd witnessed his sister's death, a court heard Monday.
Carbon output that had plateaued for three years is surging again as stronger economies renew demand for energy. Investors need to know what comes next.
Asylum seekers crossing illegally into Quebec could be shuttled elsewhere in Canada starting this week as the federal government seeks to relieve pressure on the province's strained resources.
Loblaws and the Canada Revenue Agency faced off in Tax Court this morning over allegations that the grocery giant misused a Barbados-based subsidiary for tax avoidance — a long-running dispute that could lead to a tax bill of more than $400 million.
A judge in Minnesota has given a conditional green light to a Canadian pipeline company's plan to expand a crude oil pipeline connecting the Alberta oilsands to American refineries — but not in the location Enbridge wanted.
An airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition hit a wedding party in northern Yemen, killing at least 20 people, according to health officials. Harrowing images have emerged on social media of the deadly bombing, the third to hit Yemeni civilians since the weekend.