Wednesday Apr 9
Hounds found in Norfolk County
By DAVIS GILBERT Staff Writer The first six dogs found in an emaciated condition are ready for adoption after surviving a bone chilling winter outside this year.
Wednesday Apr 9
Big day for journalism students
By KEVIN FARRELL Staff Writer Two themes emerged at the Niagara College Journalism awards for students in the Journalism program: there are opportunities close to home and there are opportunities abroad.
CG Icebreakers Active as Shipping Picks Up
The U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian Coast Guard icebreakers are continuing to create pathways for commercial shippers throughout the Great Lakes region including the St. Lawrence Seaway, which connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean.
Niagara Falls Blog
World Autism Awareness Day: What Niagara Falls is Doing
World Autism Awareness Day is on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 this year and it is the seventh annual time that autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with fundraising and awareness-raising events.
Galerie Springer Berlin presents Water Part II by Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky
The Galerie Springer Berlin presents to you Part 2 of the exhibition Water by Edward Burtynsky.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Meet Daniel Romano at the News Cafe
Daniel Romano will drop by the Winnipeg Free Press News Caf on Friday, March 28 at 3 p.m. to chat with Free Press music writer Jen Zoratti about his latest album, the Polaris Music Prize-nominated Come Cry With Me , which is up for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year: Solo.
Eastern ice latest obstacle to clearing Canada grain backlog
Thick ice on Eastern Canada waterways will hamper efforts to clear a massive crop backlog, with Port of Thunder Bay, Ontario, likely to open at least a week later than usual this spring, its chief executive said on Thursday.