Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority CAO Mark Brickell chats with protesters on the sidewalk at St. Catharines city hall on Monday. (Julie Jocsak/St. Catharines Standard/Postmedia Network)

Council wants report on NPCA

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority representatives were on their feet for more than an hour Monday as St. Catharines councillors grilled them.

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3 more years of 406 work

After months of construction delays on Highway 406, the Ministry of Transportation says there’s a few more years of work to go before it’s done.

Niagara College faculty stand on the picket line on First Avenue Monday, in Welland. All academic and apprenticeship programs suspended and classes cancelled, though both campuses remain open, and all non-academic services and activities continue to run as scheduled. Dave Johnson/Welland Tribune/

'Decent education' at stake: Union

Quality and fairness for students and faculty are among issues that sent college faculty to the picket line Monday, says the chief steward of OPSEU Local 242 at Niagara College.

Our mommy has a girlfriend ...

Holding hands in public with her girlfriend felt natural. Instinctive and loving. An expression of connectedness between two women who were dating.

Emergency personnel in a fire and rescue boat from Grand Island on the Niagara River Friday afternoon search for a missing diver from the Buffalo Police Department. Multiple agencies are still searching the upper Niagara River for officer Craig Lehner. Kris Dube/Special to Postmedia

Search still on for missing diver

Multiple agencies are still searching the upper Niagara River for missing Buffalo Police Department officer Craig Lehner after he went missing Friday.