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ONTARIO: Expert says school won't be safe from COVID-19 in September

ONTARIO: Expert says school won't be safe from COVID-19 in September

Professor says urban centres are at greater risk
St. Catharines man faces serious charges after Brant Township traffic stop

St. Catharines man faces serious charges after Brant Township traffic stop

Driver accused of driving without license, while prohibited x5, fail to comply x2 and traffic violations
Community outbreaks in Niagara now driving the regional cases, says Hirji

Community outbreaks in Niagara now driving the regional cases, says Hirji

Parties, workplaces, religious ceremonies behind many new cases as schools are bracing for September reopening
Niagara family donates $2.7M to Brock University

Niagara family donates $2.7M to Brock University

The money will be used to provide grants, workshops and other resources to the university
COVID-19 in Niagara on Monday: 15 confirmed cases since Saturday

COVID-19 in Niagara on Monday: 15 confirmed cases since Saturday

Number of active cases under 50 after temporary spike in July
Thorold mailman gets ready to retire after 40 years and 18 dog attacks

Thorold mailman gets ready to retire after 40 years and 18 dog attacks

Now Wayne Delano, 61, is thinking about finishing high school
CANADA: COVID-19 exposes cracks in disability aid

CANADA: COVID-19 exposes cracks in disability aid

Many advocates point to CERB as a concession that Canada's disability assistance rates have failed to keep up with the costs of living in much of the country, and in some places, fallen below the poverty line
COVID-19: Done properly, night curfews can be helpful in curbing coronavirus outbreaks, experts say

COVID-19: Done properly, night curfews can be helpful in curbing coronavirus outbreaks, experts say

Colin Furness, an epidemiologist and associate professor with the University of Toronto, said curfews can be great tools to help contain outbreaks
Niagara pot store lottery winner sells shop to chain as more consolidation expected

Niagara pot store lottery winner sells shop to chain as more consolidation expected

Such sales are being replicated by several lottery victors from round one, who were not allowed to sell their stores until last December, and 42 from a subsequent lottery
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Stop and smell the roses