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Bernard Lansbergen

Bernard was born and raised in Belgium but moved to Canada in 2012. For the first few years he lived in Montreal where he obtained a communications degree from Concordia University. In 2020 he moved to Niagara. Bernard loves telling people’s stories and wants to get to know those that make Thorold into the great place it is

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bernard@thoroldtoday.ca

Recent Work by Bernard

Your property taxes would drop $8 per year under proposed budget

Your property taxes would drop $8 per year under proposed budget

Budget deliberations have officially kicked off in Thorold, with City Hall hires at centre of discussion; 'Our staffing resources did not keep up with [the city's] growth,' says CAO
Thorold's new pyrolysis facility officially operational

Thorold's new pyrolysis facility officially operational

CHAR Technologies’ pyrolysis facility in Thorold South is finally operational. To celebrate, the company organized a site tour that took attendees through the pyrolysis process
Why the hours have changed at the Canada Games running track

Why the hours have changed at the Canada Games running track

The managing group decided on the new public hours after observing community usage over the last few months; 'Not all running is created equal'
Niagara group calls for separate mental-health emergency line

Niagara group calls for separate mental-health emergency line

Niagara police chief supports idea of a dedicated service to 'respond specifically to persons in crisis,' but until that exists, reducing police budget would be 'irresponsible'
Neighbour begs city to shut down late-night garage parties

Neighbour begs city to shut down late-night garage parties

Mark Lefebvre says Thorold's bylaw department refuses to do anything about 'all-night disco' next door; 'If they would enforce the bylaw, that noise would stop'
Toolbox Niagara gears up for another 'Coldest Night of the Year'

Toolbox Niagara gears up for another 'Coldest Night of the Year'

James Symons and his organization will once again walk during the 'Coldest Night of the Year' on Feb. 25; 'We’re always up to something'
Sexual assault case against Niagara butcher adjourned again

Sexual assault case against Niagara butcher adjourned again

Case was heard for the 25th time in Welland virtual court Friday morning; next hearing is scheduled for Feb. 24
City Hall shares details of council chambers reopening

City Hall shares details of council chambers reopening

Starting Feb. 7, Thorold residents will be able to attend council meetings in person again; Attendees are encouraged to wear a face mask, however they aren’t required
Thorold Minor Baseball goes to bat with a little help from friends

Thorold Minor Baseball goes to bat with a little help from friends

Thorold Minor Baseball is hosting indoor practice sessions with support from the Thorold Anchors; 'It’s a lot of fun getting back to basics with the kids'
Ontario minor hockey teams battle it out on Thorold ice

Ontario minor hockey teams battle it out on Thorold ice

The 30th Annual Henderson's Pharmacy Tournament took place in Thorold over the weekend; 'The kids had a blast'