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385 COVID patients in ICU, testing captures 13,362 new cases

385 COVID patients in ICU, testing captures 13,362 new cases

Here's a breakdown of Ontario's latest COVID update for Jan. 8
Historical buildings in Thorold tell a story

Historical buildings in Thorold tell a story

Have a look at some of Thorold's heritage buildings, which tell a story of Thorold's past, present and future
The best way to stick to your New Year's resolution is  to make an ‘old year’s resolution’

The best way to stick to your New Year's resolution is to make an ‘old year’s resolution’

More often than not, the best-laid plans for the new year go awry
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The economy of cute

BEYOND LOCAL: The economy of cute

The cute economy is not only a network of cute content that people participate in making, sharing and circulating but also a multibillion-dollar business
Ontario announces hydro rate relief for those affected by recent health measures

Ontario announces hydro rate relief for those affected by recent health measures

For 21 days starting Jan. 18, electricity prices will be set 24 hours a day at the current off-peak rate of 8.2 cents per kilowatt-hour, which is less than half the cost of the current on-peak rate
<b>COVID-19:</b> Ontario introduces grant for small businesses forced to close

COVID-19: Ontario introduces grant for small businesses forced to close

Eligible businesses include gyms, museums and galleries, tour services and before- and after-school programs
Driver charged with impaired after vehicle hits pedestrian in Niagara Falls

Driver charged with impaired after vehicle hits pedestrian in Niagara Falls

Police say the 66-year-old accused also drove into a tree and fled the scene on foot
TCAG caught off guard by new pandemic restrictions

TCAG caught off guard by new pandemic restrictions

'We had just finalized our budget, and then of course it became obsolete when the latest announcement came out,' says the executive director of the Thorold Community Activities Group
Language use in parliament being looked at in Brock research

Language use in parliament being looked at in Brock research

Gallant and Libben considered two possible explanations for the increase in positive language as the pandemic worsened