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LCHS helping the animals of Fort McMurray

The Lincoln County Humane Society is reaching out to Niagara residents in hopes that they will help support the animals of Fort McMurray. Read more...

Canadians donate $30 million to Red Cross for Fort McMurray relief effort

The Canadian Red Cross says people from across the country have come together to show their support and compassion for Fort McMurray, donating $30 million for the relief effort in the northern Alberta community. Read more...

IceDogs pep rally underway

Under sunny skies, dozens of people have turned out to show their support for the Niagara IceDogs in Montebello Park. Read more...

Hydro One profit, revenue fall in first quarter thanks to weather

Hydro One says a mild winter and storm-related costs weakened its financial results in the electric utility's first full quarter as a publicly traded company. Read more...

Stranded evacuees start march south

A massive convoy is underway to move thousands of evacuees who are stranded at oilfield camps north of fire-ravaged Fort McMurray. Read more...

Niagara's unemployment rate drops

Stats Can has released the latest jobs numbers for the month of April. Read more...

Hydro One profit, revenue fall in first quarter as result of weather's impact

Hydro One says a mild winter and storm-related costs weakened its financial results in the electric utility's first full quarter as a publicly traded company. Read more...

Guilty plea in assault on homeless man in Hamilton

Two Hamilton men have pleaded guilty to assault with a weapon for throwing a half-eaten hamburger and a drink at a man in a video-taped prank that went viral. Read more...

Ontario Liberals under attack again for changes to autism therapy

It was a contentious debate in the Ontario legislature yesterday over Liberal government cuts to IBI therapy for autistic children. Read more...

The night belonged to the Knights!

Tyler Parsons made 27 saves and playoff leading scorer Mitch Marner had a goal and an assist as the London Knights downed the Niagara IceDogs 4-1 on Thursday to open the Ontario Hockey League final. Read more...