On February 26, 2012 we lost an exemplary member of our station, department, and community.
Upper Canada, Canada West and Ontario — different names for the same place. It was built by a wide range of characters: surveyors, soldiers, politicians, miners, entrepreneurs, scrappers and showmen.
From Niagara and Brantford to Kitchener-Waterloo and Burlington, Hamilton Health Sciences serves a population of 2.3 million people throughout south-central Ontario with specialized services, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the region.
Once again, we are reminded there is no more misused phrase in a politician’s vocabulary than “quite frankly.”
There is an old Armenian saying, “The fish rots from the head.”
Our readers write about Andy Petrowski's legal costs and about the provincial government.
Our readers write about Niagara Falls roads construction and respect for Indigenous communities.
This column is called Faith Matters. Its purpose is to discuss matters of faith because faith matters to many.
Put your hand up if you have ever considered becoming a foster parent. Come on. I know you are out there.