For a building that changed the face of Niagara Falls, it seems quite ordinary now. Outdated, perhaps.
The event was historic. The photograph is iconic. The photographer counts it among the most significant of his newspaper career.
Surprised by the breadth of interest in the turmoil surrounding the heretofore low-profile Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority?
Our readers write about the Ontario Tories, Burgoyne Bridge and distracted driver penalties.
The situation Ed Smith (who has made allegations of mismanagement at Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority) faces is, at its core, the fundamental flaw in our entire political/ruling class system.
Creating art always involves taking a risk. Art can be a platform to challenge and provoke. It can expose corruption or celebrate achievement. Art can connect audiences emotionally to a past that should not be forgotten. Or it can fall flat on its face.
Chef David Wolfman remembers sitting at the kitchen table as a boy, gathering with his family over plates of wind-dried salmon and bannock.
We are about to leave Canada for a vacation in Mexico. It gives me pause when I think of how simply being Canadian can make travel more pleasant and less stressful.
Small- and medium-sized enterprises in Niagara and the offensive line of a football team have one thing in common. For all of their hard work, they both don’t get the credit they deserve.