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Police in Kingston deal with thousands of people gathered for unsanctioned homecoming party Approximately 8, people packed the university district Saturday afternoon, despite calls from the police and Queen's University to avoid the large party. Ontario Fire Marshal's Office unable to determine cause of Welland House Hotel fire "During our investigation the fire patterns that we normally would use to help direct us to the area of origin and the first fuel ignited essentially were consumed by the fire or were knocked down by the demolition process to make the area safe.
Santa Around the Town returns this December. The pandemic replacement for the traditional parade brings Jolly Old Saint Nicholas through all five Niagara-on-the-Lake communities on a festive float. Premier looks for input on implementing vaccine mandates for staff at hospitals Many hospitals across the province have already enacted their own mandates, going beyond the current provincial policy of having hospital staff vaccinated or subject to frequent testing.
Details on new QR code proof of vaccine Ontario's vaccine certificate program unveiled today. White House says U. Pumpkinville will take place in St. Catharines tomorrow Pumpkinville in St. Catharines will take place at the St. Catharines Farmers Market once again. Sentencing hearing set for teen found guilty of sex assault at Toronto school A teen found guilty of sexually assaulting another student at an all-boys Catholic school in Toronto is set to have a sentencing hearing today.
Catharines dad plans on treating son's basketball team to a shopping spree A 37 year old single dad in St. Special Weather Statement issued for Niagara with lots of rain on the way A special weather statement has been issued for Niagara with rain at times heavy late today and tonight.
DSBN Director issues statement following walkout by Niagara students The Director of Education at Niagara's District School Board has made a statement following a walkout by students to raise awareness of sexual harassment and assault. Sleep Cheap Charities Reap is back for 18th year The event opens up discounted hotel rooms in Niagara Falls for local residents with the proceeds going to charity.
Premier will unveil Verify Ontario app tomorrow Doug Ford will speak at 11 a. Arrest made in connection to the damage of Harriet Tubman statue. Niagara Police have arrested and charged a 24 year old man after statue was damaged this past weekend and will need to be replaced.
Officials in Niagara-on-the-Lake are looking for input on their upcoming budget process. The Town's budget survey launched today and residents, business owners and community stakeholders are asked to provide input on priorities. Two Niagara residents arrested in Brantford after vehicle spotted with stolen plates Police in Brantford have charged two Niagara residents in a drug bust.
Prince William: Before travelling to space, save the planet Prince William has criticized some of the world's richest men for using their wealth to fund a new space race and space tourism, and called on the world's great minds to fix the planet first. Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales rose 0.
You didn't miss it, there's still no firm date for U. S to open land border to vaccinated Canadians There's still no firm date for when the U. Meridian Centre in downtown St. Catharines books two major events as capacity limits lift Just a few days after the Ontario government announced it was lifting capacity limits for entertainment venues which require proof of vaccination, the Meridian Centre in St.
Catharines has booked two major events. Some Ontario hospitals will require visitors to be fully vaccinated Several Ontario hospitals say they are bringing in mandatory COVID vaccination policies for visitors to provide the safest environment possible for patients. Canadians with family in the United States await more details on border reopening Canadians with family in the United States say they're excited to soon be able to drive across the border and reunite with their loved ones. Welland wants region to pump the brakes on region-wide transit system vote Welland is asking the Niagara Region to delay a vote on a region-wide transit system.
Temporary drive test centre to open in Niagara Falls trying to clear a backlog of road tests A temporary drive test centre in Niagara Falls will be opening up to try to clear a backlog of road tests. Kirk, blasts into space. Ontario reports lowest of new COVid cases since August There are new cases in Ontario today, that is the lowest total since August 5th.
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Unknown of unvaccinated employees of Niagara Region placed on unpaid leave Staff say the total will not be revealed until it is presented to regional council some time in the near future. Niagara in the Morning with Tim Denis.
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