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2014/08/22 15:52
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Kiss Me Kate continues to Aug. 24 Elisa Sorbara loves the stage. So much so that back in September 2007 while in Grade 12 at Westmount high school she started what would become Shooting Star...
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2014/08/22 07:39
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A push by Canada’s largest school board to ramp up student recruitment from its most lucrative international market is in jeopardy, after efforts to dissolve a controversial partnership with the...
2014/08/22 01:13
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As the official town crier for St. Catharines — celebrating his 10-year anniversary this month — Molnar has always been loud and proud. Now, he can bellow he’s the best of his proclamating peers in...
2014/08/21 00:13
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An enemy force captured an industrial complex near Queen Street Park, and a team of about 80 soldiers from the Essex and Kent Scottish, Royal Hamilton Light Infantry, and Windsor Regiment were trying...
2014/08/15 14:39
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Nearly two weeks after China detained a Canadian couple it accuses of stealing state secrets, Beijing’s envoy to Ottawa is pleading for calm, saying “bumps and grumps between countries” should be...
2014/08/15 00:13
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The 16-year-old Ridgeway-Crystal Beach High School student, who has topped the leaderboard in four of her five events on the Niagara District Junior Golf Association tour and has won three tournaments...
2014/08/14 00:07
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At its core, science is stubbornly pitiless. Facts and evidence are what matters. If the facts and the evidence aren’t comforting or don’t conform to our beliefs and notions of common sense, science...
2014/08/13 03:13
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Special to QMI Agency Niagara As we approach a municipal election, the seemingly everlasting discussion about the roles of regional government and the area municipalities will again be under...
2014/08/10 23:13
2014/08/10 23:13
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The 25-year-old former Brock University and Ridley graduate rower and his partner Brendan Hodge failed to defend their title Sunday in the championship pair, finishing second to Evan Cheng and Max...
2014/08/10 00:13
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The 41-year-old Ridley Graduate Boat Club member topped the field in the women’s lightweight single dash. “I’m breaking down those barriers,” she said. “You don’t have to go masters (rowing) just...
2014/08/09 19:13
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Students were able to quickly suppress a chemical fire in a lab at Brock University Friday evening. A graduate student was conducting research when a chemical reaction caused a flash fire in a fume...
2014/08/08 02:13
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The Ridley Graduate Boat Club member teamed with veteran Sylas Coletto to capture the senior men’s lightweight double. “It’s pretty sweet,” the 20-year-old Governor Simcoe alumnus said. “We knew this...
2014/08/07 20:07
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This, as she crafts her Brock University thesis and hammers out course materials. Ip, also a St. Catharines city councillor, is an original member of the region’s first co-operative, member-operated...
2014/08/06 19:07
2014/08/06 19:07
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She’s no fan of the tacky tourist attractions, or lack of arts venues. But whenever she’s feeling too cynical, she simply heads into the gorge or stands in front of the falls. It’s all the inspiration...
2014/08/06 16:02
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By Terry Bridge, Times-Advocate Staff EXETER – Claire Tuckey never tried cheerleading before starting her post-secondary career. Growing up in Exeter, Tuckey was involved in track and cross country...
2014/08/06 04:50
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Analysis - Spying case heightens China-Canada tensions, reflects split in Ottawa OTTAWA (Reuters) - China's decision to investigate two Canadians for suspected spying highlights a sharp and...
2014/08/06 02:39
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Two Canadians are being investigated by China for spying, but Ottawa has stayed quiet. It’s a sign of a government trying, for now, to avoid making things worse. But the detention of Christian café...
2014/08/05 16:20
2014/08/05 16:20
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Spending too much time playing violent video games can delay a teen gamer's ability to tell the difference between right and wrong, a new Canadian study says. Researchers at Brock University in St....
2014/08/04 19:39
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They called it “the best coffee on the border,” and from their café with its unique view over the frontier between China and North Korea, Canadians Kevin and Julia Garratt prided themselves on...
2014/08/02 15:01
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TROY >> Andy Kotsovos doesn’t have much to complain about. The CEO of Global Performance Academy, a sports-themed nonprofit school, Kotsovos knows how much worse life could be. If he needed a...
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