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Ludvig Drevfjall

Ludvig Drevfjall

Ludvig Drevfjall has been the editor of ThoroldToday since January 2020. After working several years in both regional and national media in Sweden, he relocated from the mountains in British Columbia to begin covering Thorold and the Niagara Region right before the Covid-19 pandemic

Recent Work by Ludvig

Holiday lights to be assembled this Sunday in Downtown Thorold – but help is needed

Holiday lights to be assembled this Sunday in Downtown Thorold – but help is needed

'This year it’s too much for us to take on our own, so we need the help,' says business owner who hopes people will come out to lend a hand
Papa Vince Pizza hoping for clues after weekend smash-and-grab

Papa Vince Pizza hoping for clues after weekend smash-and-grab

'I know he’ll never get caught but maybe someone might recognize something about him,’ owner states after Sunday morning incident
Covid-19 in Niagara: 19 new cases, 11 in hospital today (November 30)

Covid-19 in Niagara: 19 new cases, 11 in hospital today (November 30)

4 cases active in Thorold, according to Public Health
Adopt Me! Timbit or Kielbasa? Tasty duo in search of love

Adopt Me! Timbit or Kielbasa? Tasty duo in search of love

This weeks' adoptable friends from LCHS are in
COVID-19: Case count in Niagara climbs above 200 again today (November 29)

COVID-19: Case count in Niagara climbs above 200 again today (November 29)

Close to 45 cases confirmed over the weekend
Thorold Pet Valu resident cat continues to help – a year after his passing

Thorold Pet Valu resident cat continues to help – a year after his passing

A new calendar with Tigger's best shots will support community organizations as winter puts street cats in a tight spot
24 cases of Covid-19 in Niagara today

24 cases of Covid-19 in Niagara today

10 in hospital – More than 75 percent of residents fully vaccinated
Niagara takes first step to one single transit-system after vote last night

Niagara takes first step to one single transit-system after vote last night

Decision is called 'historic, progressive and corageous'
COVID-19: Active cases drop in Niagara, 18 new infections noted today

COVID-19: Active cases drop in Niagara, 18 new infections noted today

9 patients are hospitalized with the virus according to Niagara Health
Right To Bark: Thorold opens 2022 dog licence registration

Right To Bark: Thorold opens 2022 dog licence registration

Rates will begin to increase on January 1