Canada - The Standard (St. Catharines)
Tuesday - 18th December, 2018
ICEDOGS, POLICE DELIVER BEAR NECESSITIES
Anthony Teeple gets a bear from Bones, Johnathon Schaefer, Ben Jones and Stephen Dhillon of the Niag...
Monday - 17th December, 2018
Fast times on the arena oval
It’s about a love of the speed, precision and technique as members of the Niagara Speed Skating Cl...
Saturday - 15th December, 2018
One truly great holiday food drive
With only a few weeks left to go before Christmas and three young children at home, finding an extra...
Friday - 14th December, 2018
Sunset Beach drawings unveiled
The future of Sunset Beach could include a sun shelter, a two-level playground, more parking and pai...
Thursday - 13th December, 2018
High hopes for Garden City pot shops
The benefits of allowing private cannabis retail stores to set up shop in St. Catharines seemed to o...
Wednesday - 12th December, 2018
Inside Steelcon’s $40M facility
Under the high ceiling of Steelcon’s new factory space on Grantham Avenue, amidst the clanks and w...
Tuesday - 11th December, 2018
Hope for the holidays
On stage, there will be one empty chair. It will represent the void felt when a love one di...
Monday - 10th December, 2018
Library’s Books to Go a page turner
West end St. Catharines residents have been going through library books like candy. A vendi...
Saturday - 8th December, 2018
Burgoyne Bridge memorials to be moved Sunday
The row of flowers, cards and notes memorializing those who died at the Burgoyne Bridge will be remo...
Friday - 7th December, 2018
Bradley aiming to restore trust
The newly appointed head of Niagara’s regional council says it’s time to restore the public’s ...
Thursday - 6th December, 2018
BRAINKITE WHIPS UP WHIMSICAL WINTER SCENES
Adam Buller, Felix Abcede and Katie Webb decorate the window of Beechwood Donuts on St. Paul Street ...
Wednesday - 5th December, 2018
‘Let’s be bold,’ Sendzik tells council
Mayor Walter Sendzik reflected on the past four years of building a compassionate city while challen...
Tuesday - 4th December, 2018
Chief anxious to get answers
He may be the top cop, but Niagara Regional Police Chief Bryan MacCulloch says doesn’t know any mo...
Monday - 3rd December, 2018
Niagara francophones protest cuts
It was a sea of green and white along King Street in Beamsville on Saturday as Niagara’s francopho...
Saturday - 1st December, 2018
The legislative library of Queen’s Park says an obscure and never used procedure to select a Niaga...
Friday - 30th November, 2018
Cop shoots cop during argument
A Niagara Regional Police officer is in critical condition after being shot Thursday by a fellow off...
Thursday - 29th November, 2018
Premier Ford promises new hospital for Grimsby
It’s a promise they’ve heard before, but that didn’t make it any less exciting for the people ...
Wednesday - 28th November, 2018
Business as usual at St. Catharines GM plant
It’s business as usual for union members at the St. Catharines GM Propulsion Plant in wake of the ...
Tuesday - 27th November, 2018
Up to $5M for greenhouse research
The future of farming is one that includes automation and robotics, and a funding announcement made ...
Monday - 26th November, 2018
‘It’s what keeps you alive’
He was the lone skater on the novice rink. It was the early 1950s, and a young 20-something Peter Go...
Saturday - 24th November, 2018
Inside trade talks with Trump
The turning point in Canada’s relationship with the United States — the one that triggered a fra...
Friday - 23rd November, 2018
‘It’s crazy. You can walk already’
His cheering squad of one stands at the end of the parallel bars, holding two smartphones. Framed in...
Thursday - 22nd November, 2018
Dog escapes death row to become expert bed bug hunter
Mercy can do better than find a needle in a haystack: she can find something barely bigger than the ...
Wednesday - 21st November, 2018
D’Angelo promotional article rankles senior health leaders
When the Niagara Region was set to spend $3 million on ambulances earlier this year, a paramedic mag...
Tuesday - 20th November, 2018
Shipments filled as strike continues
Beau Chapeau is being wooed. The Niagara-on-the-Lake hat shop has been getting calls every ...
Monday - 19th November, 2018
ST. CATHARINES WELCOMES SANTA TO TOWN
Santa was the highlight of the afternoon as downtown streets on Sunday were filled with children and...
Saturday - 17th November, 2018
Region studying safety barriers
The process of possibly installing safety barriers on the Burgoyne Bridge has begun, but constructio...
Friday - 16th November, 2018
City urged to save cemetery building
City council is asking the St. Catharines heritage advisory committee to review the caretaker’s ho...
Thursday - 15th November, 2018
Lifetime achievement award for Souter
When Betty-Lou Souter first moved to Niagara in the 1970s, she was eager to meet new people in the c...
Wednesday - 14th November, 2018
Province urged to save hospital
While West Lincoln Memorial Hospital staff are asking for the province help to save the Grimsby inst...
Tuesday - 13th November, 2018
CITY LAUNCHES ANGEL TREE CAMPAIGN
Brianne Wilson, acting community and events supervisor, is pictured with one of the Tree of Little A...
Monday - 12th November, 2018
Their sacrifice ‘ever more important’
A distant church bell solemnly rang as the crowd of hundreds stood silently beside the cenotaph, Sun...
Saturday - 10th November, 2018
St. Catharines suffered in silence
By Nov. 11, 1918 St. Catharines was a city that suffered in silence. At least 1,000 men shi...
Friday - 9th November, 2018
Aviation enthusiast restores 10th warplane
The Stinson L-5 Sentinel had been slowly deteriorating in a hangar near Montreal for more than a dec...
Thursday - 8th November, 2018
Medical marijuana clinic says less stigma means more patients
A company that opened its first medical marijuana clinic in St. Catharines four years ago says it ha...
Wednesday - 7th November, 2018
Barriers on TO bridge saving lives
Barriers along the sides of a Toronto bridge are saving the lives of six people every year, says psy...
Tuesday - 6th November, 2018
Postal strike hits Niagara
Postal workers in Niagara walked off the job Monday as they partook in Canadian Union of Postal Work...
Monday - 5th November, 2018
Hundreds of people braved chilly November air Sunday evening to gather at St. Catharines city hall t...
Saturday - 3rd November, 2018
THE ARTISTRY OF WILLOW ARTS
Instructor Mark Roe talks about a new art exhibit "Abstract City Hall" that was pu...
Friday - 2nd November, 2018
‘There will be more Brock across Niagara’
It has been 17 months since Gervan Fearon moved into the office at the top of Schmon Tower, with a s...
Thursday - 1st November, 2018
Canines taken off the menu
They were doggies destined for dinner plates. Now, 17 canines rescued from a Korean dog mea...
Wednesday - 31st October, 2018
St. Catharines’ Brier bid comes up short
Despite having support full support from the City of St. Catharines, Niagara Region and other commun...
Tuesday - 30th October, 2018
MUMS THE WORD AT FLORAL SHOWHOUSE
Helen Santek and her daughter Kris Martin spend time taking in the chrysanthemum show at the Niagara...
Monday - 29th October, 2018
AN OKTOBERFEST FEAST ON FACER STREET
Derek Uhlik of the Niagara Button Boxers performs at the Oktoberfest Festival at the Polish hall on ...
Saturday - 27th October, 2018
Protesters oppose province’s minimum wage rollback
As business and political leaders celebrated the repeal of the former Liberal government’s Fair Wo...
Friday - 26th October, 2018
‘It can only get better if you tell someone’
Ever since she was two years old she loved gymnastics. Her favourite event was the uneven bars.&...
Thursday - 25th October, 2018
HANGING ON TO FAVOURABLE WEATHER
Several kite-surfers were out on Lake Ontario at Lakeside Park with near perfect wind conditions Wed...
Wednesday - 24th October, 2018
Missing Niagara woman’s ID found in remote northern B.C. town
VANCOUVER — A driver’s licence belonging to Ashley Simpson, who vanished two years ago near Salm...
Tuesday - 23rd October, 2018
Mayor Walter Sendzik says he received a clear mandate from St. Catharines residents after winning al...
Monday - 22nd October, 2018
Torch run brings taste of Games
Heavy rain pounded Niagara Falls MPP Wayne Gates Saturday as he began the first leg of the MNP Canad...
Saturday - 20th October, 2018
Caslin’s policy director instructed councillors on budget
The regional chair’s political operative at the heart of the Niagara Region CAO hiring scandal has...
Friday - 19th October, 2018
Education takes flight at airport
Shay Vidal has lofty ambitions. “I want to fly a plane,” said the Grade 8 student at St...
Thursday - 18th October, 2018
Pot legalization creates buzz
It wasn’t weedless Wednesday. After decades of waiting, marijuana fans throughout Niagara...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
Legal pot leads to health concerns
As Canadians across the country celebrate legally lighting up for the first time, Niagara public hea...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
Fight for $15 wage resumes
After years of fighting for a $15 minimum wage, members of Niagara Workers Activist Group are now fi...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
Slots won’t reopen under track deal
The Ontario government has announced new slots deals with several horse racing tracks — but Fort E...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Cult classics bring Barbeau to Falls
Adrienne Barbeau can talk all day about horror films. She even still makes them after nearly 40 year...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Bridge memorials growing
The tributes have been growing by the hour. Messages of support for people in crisis. Pleas...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
Two deaths in just six days
For the second time in less than a week, “someone feeling that sense of hopelessness” has ended ...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
A lifetime of song
For 91 years she sang. Her soprano voice a faithful part of the choir at St. Paul Street United Chur...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
A march to remember 1812 battle
They walked in the company of history. Each person, intent on keeping a long-ago story alive.&nb...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
Community mourns loss of philanthropist Peter Partridge
He was known for his passion for the arts and his benevolence, and to at least one business leader, ...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
Spotlight on mayoral candidates in TV debate
Mayor Walter Sendzik defended his four-year record Wednesday night in a live TV debate against two m...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
OKTOBERFEST WEEKEND IN NIAGARA FALLS
Nicole Sajnaj, Kristen Nagel and Nikki Dewberry wear dirndls as Niagara Falls Oktoberfest will take ...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
In the trenches with John Mellencamp
After 40 years performing together, John Mellencamp and his mainstay guitarist Mike Wanchic know the...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
BETTER WEATHER EXPECTED FOR HOLIDAY WEEKEND
Dark clouds loom over a pasture along St. Paul Street West on Monday. The Weather Network is reporti...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
A GRAPE DAY FOR A PARADE
Warm sunshine brought out the crowds for the Meridian Grande Parade in downtown St. Cathari...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
Port Dalhousie’s controversial tower property for sale
The high-profile Port Dalhousie property that’s been the subject of multiple controversial condo t...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
St. Catharines Transit head disembarks
St. Catharines Transit’s Dave Sherlock is handing over the wheel. The general manager is ...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
Haunt Manor gets bigger, creepier
Every September, Phil Van Kleef gathers his team to rally them for another season. Their job? Scare ...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
PREPARATION FOR PORT PIERS CONSTRUCTION
In preparation for the rehabilitation of the Port Dalhousie piers, a brace is being prepared to dril...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
UNDER A HARVEST MOON
The first ever Chinese Harvest Moon Festival was held at Montebello Park as part of the ongoing Niag...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
New flavour added to wine fest
There’s a lot new at the 67th annual Niagara Grape and Wine Festival, and that includes the woman ...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
Ottawa to foot bill for Port Dalhousie piers
Four years after the Port Dalhousie piers closed due to safety concerns, the harbour is finally gett...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
Queenston St. hospital ‘has got to go’
Queenston Street business owners and residents eagerly anticipate the demolition of the old St. Cath...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
Simulation training launched at Niagara Health
An unconscious 65-year-old man with significant facial injuries was quickly slipping away as a team ...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Wine, culinary fare centre stage
The harvest season has returned, and so has the traditional celebration of Niagara’s grape and win...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
HARVESTING TIME FOR BACO NOIR
Joe Snihur, operations manager at Vailmont Vineyards, rakes grapes into a bin during harvest. A crew...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
The road to becoming Grape King
Chris van de Laar’s career has been all about choices and priorities. When to put family ...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
Leafs draw early risers to first Falls practice
On Rink 2, the Firemen’s pick-up league was playing its regular Friday morning game. On R...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Old Glen Ridge School subject of new plans
Anthony Continelli is going back to school. The president of Premium Building Group has pla...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
Generosity flows through Canada
For 15 years on the highway, travelling across Canada from the far north to Niagara’s vineyards, R...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
Walker’s Creek flooding exasperates residents
Residents along Walker’s Creek coping with ongoing flooding issues urged city council not to allow...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
After 21 months of investigation, the Ontario Provincial Police say there is no evidence of criminal...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
Cancer ride brings out the ‘heroes’
Despite the heroic, lifesaving work they do, for physicians at the Walker Family Cancer Centre the r...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
Celebration of Nations underway
Members of Canada’s diverse Aboriginal communities are uniting this weekend, sharing their “beau...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
Three wounded in downtown shooting
Three people were wounded, two seriously, in a downtown shooting incident in St. Catharines Thursday...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
In praise of higher education
The seeds have been planted for the future growth of what is expected to be a multibilliondollar ind...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
Stone Temple Pilots coming to Garden City
Classic hard rockers Stone Temple Pilots and Seether will coheadline a show coming to Meridian Centr...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
Move In Day a smooth affair at Brock
It took only minutes for waves of Brock University student volunteers to descend on Bonnie Hewitt’...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
Brock welcomes 2,400 students Sunday
Nearly 2,400 fresh faces will move into Brock’s residence buildings this Sunday. Brock Un...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
New face at head of Folk Arts
In a way, it’s like Emily Kovacs is coming home. The new executive director of Niagara Fo...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
Greek cultural feast awaits Niagara
When Niagara’s Greek community comes together for its fourday celebration this weekend, there will...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Lincoln Fabrics occupancy likely 2021
Developer Sheldon Rosen is vowing the transformation of the former Lincoln Fabrics building in Port ...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
Students required to show some class
With classes resuming next week, municipalities are gearing up for the return of college and univers...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
Kids need to Power Off and Play
The best parent strategy for getting kids away from screens, is this: put down your own device.&...
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