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High wind gusts may cause power outages, warns Environment Canada

High wind gusts may cause power outages, warns Environment Canada

Gusts of 70 km/h are expected
Sudden death of five-month-old remains under investigation

Sudden death of five-month-old remains under investigation

Detectives await post mortem results
Accused faces 69 additional counts in identity theft investigation

Accused faces 69 additional counts in identity theft investigation

25-year-old Welland woman originally arrested on March 26
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> What principals need to effectively lead inclusive schools

BEYOND LOCAL: What principals need to effectively lead inclusive schools

Study examines what tools, lessons are needed for principals to create inclusive policies and services in schools
Remember Thorold's earliest bylaws?

Remember Thorold's earliest bylaws?

From paving the road from Port Robinson to Thorold, to establishing a cemetery, in this week's history column, we recall some of the earliest bylaws passed in council
<b>CANADA:</b> The danger of  ‘vaccine hesitancy’  to public health

CANADA: The danger of ‘vaccine hesitancy’ to public health

In part two of this series, Global explores the mindset behind 'vaccine-hesitancy'
<b>UPDATE:</b> Construction on Highway 406 begins tomorrow

UPDATE: Construction on Highway 406 begins tomorrow

ThoroldNews has been advised that 406 traffic will be affected is both directions
<b>OPINION:</b> Un-conscientiousness objectors

OPINION: Un-conscientiousness objectors

Remembering those who failed to act on climate change
Thorold Garden Club to feature heritage tree experts

Thorold Garden Club to feature heritage tree experts

Ever wonder why heritage trees matter?
Mayor urges Thoroldites to fight for their city

Mayor urges Thoroldites to fight for their city

City’s downtown revitalization is 'moving forward and creating a buzz,' says mayor