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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

Email
bernard@thoroldtoday.ca

Recent Work by Bernard

Opening Day: Thorold Anchors start new season with a victory

Opening Day: Thorold Anchors start new season with a victory

Local baseball team beat the Niagara Falls Expos in their first home game of the year; 'It’s the best way to start off the season, but it’s not time to pop the champagne yet'
City council decides to put Pride crosswalk on ice

City council decides to put Pride crosswalk on ice

City council could not accept the project's price tag and have asked that City Hall come back with a new report; 'For one group $27,000, I can’t support it'
City ready to commit to Pride crosswalk

City ready to commit to Pride crosswalk

If city council approves the project, which comes with a hefty price tag of $23,549.86, the rainbow crosswalk will be installed by the end of June
Niagara cyclists pedal their part for Myeloma Canada (10 photos)

Niagara cyclists pedal their part for Myeloma Canada (10 photos)

A crowd of cycling enthusiasts showed up at the Port Robinson Community Centre Sunday morning to climb on their bikes and raise money for Myeloma Canada
Local woman wants to teach the world how to paint

Local woman wants to teach the world how to paint

ALK Artwork is hosting a paint night at the Bridge 12 Pub in Port Robinson on May 17; 'My joke is that I teach six-year-olds, so I think you’ll be fine'
The Essential Café & Bakery celebrates grand opening

The Essential Café & Bakery celebrates grand opening

The café on Schmon Parkway is a dream come true for owner; 'We always wanted to have a café where we can come and sit and have a nice coffee and baked goods'
Time running out for bulldozed frog pond

Time running out for bulldozed frog pond

City council vowed to restore the protected frog pond two months ago, but nothing seems to have been done; 'I think they should have started the work a month ago'
Another senior planner says goodbye to City Hall

Another senior planner says goodbye to City Hall

The latest resignation has left Thorold's planning department with only one full-time employee
Myeloma Canada hopes to find cure with Niagara bike ride

Myeloma Canada hopes to find cure with Niagara bike ride

Sunday's inaugural Myeloma Canada Ride will take off from the Port Robinson Community Centre; 'We’re grateful for how welcoming the community in Thorold has been'
Local woman finds passion for porch signs

Local woman finds passion for porch signs

When the pandemic hit, Roseanne Kitney found joy creating porch signs; 'We were so stuck inside so it just became this little kind of therapy thing for me'