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More vaccination appointments ready following quicker second doses

More vaccination appointments ready following quicker second doses

Region continues to call on Niagara residents to get the jab
Environment Canada warns of thunderstorms, heavy rain and hail in Niagara this afternoon

Environment Canada warns of thunderstorms, heavy rain and hail in Niagara this afternoon

Local rainfall could hit 25 to 50 mm in one hour or less
City opens registration for Thorold Canada Day-event today

City opens registration for Thorold Canada Day-event today

Drive-through event planned for July 1
9 cases of COVID-19 in Niagara reported today (June 21)

9 cases of COVID-19 in Niagara reported today (June 21)

Death toll remained unchanged throughout the weekend
Two charged after drugs seized in Port Colborne

Two charged after drugs seized in Port Colborne

Cocaine, crystal methamphetamine, currency seized during search warrant
<b>CANADA:</b> Tackling anti-Black racism shouldn't just be a student's job

CANADA: Tackling anti-Black racism shouldn't just be a student's job

A lack of diversity among staff is only one of the challenges facing Black teachers and students and others trying to address systemic racism at schools, Jacob Robinson says
Seven area drivers face impaired related charges

Seven area drivers face impaired related charges

Two from Niagara Falls among those charged
<b>CANADA:</b> Border quarantine to soon lift for fully vaccinated Canadians

CANADA: Border quarantine to soon lift for fully vaccinated Canadians

Will apply only to people already eligible to travel to Canada, including citizens, permanent residents, and people registered under the Indian Act
Adopt Me! Confident Forest Gump rolls around and asks for pets

Adopt Me! Confident Forest Gump rolls around and asks for pets

Marilyn the Rottweiler mix needs a bit of time, but will make a sweet companion
Ottawa using "racist" Indian Act to narrow Jordan's Principle eligibility, AFN argues

Ottawa using "racist" Indian Act to narrow Jordan's Principle eligibility, AFN argues

Lawyer Stuart Wuttke told the court Ottawa's attempts to overturn a decision by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that expanded eligibility for Jordan's Principle ignores that Canada cannot unilaterally define Indigenous identity