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19 people are now hospitalized with COVID-19 in Niagara

19 people are now hospitalized with COVID-19 in Niagara

118 cases reported on Friday
Deceased identified in Niagara-on-the-Lake pedestrian fatality

Deceased identified in Niagara-on-the-Lake pedestrian fatality

Investigation which began on April 5 determined the victim had been struck by a vehicle
<updated>WATCH:</updated>&nbsp;To date, 17 per cent of Canadians have received at least their first dose of vaccine

WATCH: To date, 17 per cent of Canadians have received at least their first dose of vaccine

Vaccine procurements and deliveries are accelerating rapidly, says Anita Anand, minister of Public Services and Procurement
Positive COVID case reported at Monsignor Clancy Catholic Elementary School

Positive COVID case reported at Monsignor Clancy Catholic Elementary School

Schools in Welland, Grimsby also report positive cases in today's update
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Fiction, memoirs were covering health way before the COVID-19 pandemic

BEYOND LOCAL: Fiction, memoirs were covering health way before the COVID-19 pandemic

New health literature also reminds us that our health and the planet’s are inextricably linked
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Every day is a fresh beginning
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> To help children learn to read during pandemic, encourage writing messages as part of play

BEYOND LOCAL: To help children learn to read during pandemic, encourage writing messages as part of play

Family members’ involvement in encouraging children’s reading and writing in everyday play and family life can make a difference to children’s literacy achievement
Police issue reminder about door-to-door scam

Police issue reminder about door-to-door scam

Police issued a number of tips on hiring a home contactor as the nice weather approaches
Anti-lockdown march planned in St Catharines this Saturday

Anti-lockdown march planned in St Catharines this Saturday

Public Health encourages protesters to practice social distancing to 'keep themselves safe and able to continue their advocacy in good health'
Thorold council fears more students coming to subdivision as developer applies to make lots bigger

Thorold council fears more students coming to subdivision as developer applies to make lots bigger

Consultants grilled over the future of Confederation Heights