Project Share’s Coldest Night of the Year event raises record sum

Meridan Credit Union held its Coldest Night of the Year event

On Saturday, more than 150 people in Niagara Falls walked for the Meridan Credit Union Coldest Night of the Year event to support Project Share in ending the struggle against poverty and empowering people in need.

Red dresses hang in the trees at Niagara’s post-secondary institutions to symbolize missing and murdered Indigenous women

red dresses hang in trees on the Brock University campus

In conjunction with Niagara College, Brock University is hosting a weeklong event to bring attention to the violence that plagues Indigenous women. The REDress Project, originated at University of Winnepeg in 2011 by Métis artist Jamie Black, has since been …

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No ‘mass testing’ plan as Niagara students set to return to class

Ontario to reopen most schools on Monday, Toronto, Peel, York on Feb. 16

Minister of Education, Stephen Lecce, confirmed Niagara students would return to in-class learning next week, but school boards are still waiting to hear the plan for targeted asymptomatic testing.

Schools in four more Ontario public health units to reopen for in-person learning

Schools in four more Ontario public health units to reopen for in-person learning

TORONTO — Schools in four more public health units in southern Ontario will reopen for in-person learning on Monday, but students in several other regions will continue to learn online.