Smoke testing is about to get underway in the north end of St. Catharines.
The Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation, will start a work to rule campaign on Tuesday November 26th.
They talked about what makes a great affordable housing project, right here in Niagara.
Single detached homes make up 83 percent of the total housing stock in Fort Erie.
A special weather statement is in effect for south Niagara.
One elderly man is dead and another is fighting for his life after a crash on the 405.
The endeavour to collect new, unwrapped gifts for local children. The drive will see trees set up at various community locations across St. Catharines. Residents can stop by, take a Little Angel tag off the tree, purchase a gift and return the tag and gift to any Tree of Little Angels location. The City will accept gifts for children up to 16 years old until Dec. 13, with Tree of Little Angels locations set up at City Hall; the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre; St. Catharines Kiwanis Aquatics Centre; the Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre; older adult centres; and City-run community centres. Donations without tags, as well as gift card donations, will also be accepted. Last year the Christmas program helped about 13,000 individuals over the holidays, of which 3,000 were children who would not have otherwise received a gift.