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New Port Colborne EV battery facility announced

New Port Colborne EV battery facility announced

Japanese company to invest $1.6 billion in project
New Port Colborne EV battery component facility to be operational in 2027

New Port Colborne EV battery component facility to be operational in 2027

Construction of the facility is expected to be complete by the end of 2024
Pelham Art Festival draws big crowds

Pelham Art Festival draws big crowds

Show and sale featured works of 90 artists over three days at MCC
Ivy League school on tap for Niagara region student

Ivy League school on tap for Niagara region student

A student from Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School is the second member of the Class of 2024 to choose an American Ivy League school as the next step in their education
College research manager among 'Influential Women in Agriculture'

College research manager among 'Influential Women in Agriculture'

Research program manager at Horticultural & Environmental Sciences Innovation Centre at Niagara College honoured for 'unwavering dedication and profound impact'
Watch out for wildlife on the road says Canada Safety Council

Watch out for wildlife on the road says Canada Safety Council

This year, National Road Safety Week is May 14-20
CRA rent ruling sows tenant confusion in Ontario

CRA rent ruling sows tenant confusion in Ontario

Ottawa shouldn't let Canada Revenue Agency go after tenants for their landlord's unpaid taxes, the opposition housing critic said
$1.6-billion EV plant to be announced today in Port Colborne: Reports

$1.6-billion EV plant to be announced today in Port Colborne: Reports

Announcement linked to $15-billion Honda deal
'We apologize': Why your local Shoppers Drug Mart was closed Monday

'We apologize': Why your local Shoppers Drug Mart was closed Monday

Loblaw spokesperson confirms all 1,300 retail locations were affected by network software issue for a period of time Monday
Investment, leadership crucial for WNBA in Toronto: Brock experts

Investment, leadership crucial for WNBA in Toronto: Brock experts

Brock assistant professor of sport management Michele Donnelly says a willingness to invest resources in the long-term is important for Toronto's WNBA expansion team, which begins plan in 2026