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Pet, vendor market set to 'paw'p up' at Niagara Falls Exchange

Pet, vendor market set to 'paw'p up' at Niagara Falls Exchange

Free event April 27 for pet lovers, families to explore pet-related products and services
Actions needed beyond lawsuit to address social media’s influence on youth, say Brock experts

Actions needed beyond lawsuit to address social media’s influence on youth, say Brock experts

Four Ontario school boards recently announced a $4.5-billion lawsuit against the social media giants behind Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok
Niagara Parks' golf courses open Friday

Niagara Parks' golf courses open Friday

Golfers of all ages and skill levels are invited to enjoy two of Canada’s top public golf facilities - Whirlpool Golf Course and Legends on the Niagara
NOTL Smile Cookie campaign to support two Niagara Region charities

NOTL Smile Cookie campaign to support two Niagara Region charities

100 per cent of the proceeds will be donated to The Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region and Autism Ontario South Region
Driver charged with impaired after nearly hitting police cruiser

Driver charged with impaired after nearly hitting police cruiser

19-year-old Port Colborne driver faces multiple charges
Good morning, Niagara-on-the-Lake!

Good morning, Niagara-on-the-Lake!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
NPCA celebrates 65th anniversary, move to new headquarters

NPCA celebrates 65th anniversary, move to new headquarters

Conservation authority holding AGM at new office at 3350 Merrittville Highway in Thorold
As private-pay crackdown looms, 'executive health' clinics charge freely

As private-pay crackdown looms, 'executive health' clinics charge freely

Clinics operate by paywalling primary care physicians behind 'block fees' for non-OHIP-covered services
Jeff Cowan of NOTL in court over art fraud case

Jeff Cowan of NOTL in court over art fraud case

Three men accused of making and selling fake paintings by renowned Ontario Indigenous artist Norval Morrisseau
NOTL’s railroad helped build tourism

NOTL’s railroad helped build tourism

Rick Meloen, chair of the Upper Canada Heritage Trail, will speak at the NOTL Public Library about the history of the railroad in NOTL.