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OPINION: Make your vote count

OPINION: Make your vote count

Author Doug Rapelje strongly suggests we exercise a right that many around the world do not have
<b>CANADA:</b> How federal leaders plan to address the Indigenous suicide crisis

CANADA: How federal leaders plan to address the Indigenous suicide crisis

Many Indigenous communities have declared a state of emergency over the suicide crisis
Federal candidates argue their cases in Thorold

Federal candidates argue their cases in Thorold

No fireworks and few surprises in candidates night
Niagara’s federal candidates debate this week

Niagara’s federal candidates debate this week

Before casting their ballots on Oct. 21, Niagara Centre riding voters are welcome to learn more about their federal candidates this Wednesday, Oct. 2
Finance Minister Morneau 'puts price on pollution'

Finance Minister Morneau 'puts price on pollution'

ThoroldNews gets exclusive as Minister announces climate change plan in Port Colborne
Scheer makes Thorold campaign stop

Scheer makes Thorold campaign stop

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer stopped at Cracker Jacks in Thorold this morning to deliver a speech and answer media questions
<b>CANADA:</b> Trudeau, Scheer attack premiers past and present in battle for bountiful Ontario

CANADA: Trudeau, Scheer attack premiers past and present in battle for bountiful Ontario

Trudeau fired the first shot, telling Ontario voters not to 'double down' on a Conservative government after they elected Doug Ford as premier
Jeffs opens Thorold office

Jeffs opens Thorold office

Progressive Conservative candidate, April Jeffs, opened a Thorold campaign office this week
<b>CANADA:</b> Where the four main parties stand on immigration

CANADA: Where the four main parties stand on immigration

According to an Ipsos poll, 14 per cent of Canadians cite immigration as an important issue that will influence their voting decisions
<b>CANADA:</b> Here's what you need to know about how to vote in the upcoming election

CANADA: Here's what you need to know about how to vote in the upcoming election

Election Day is Oct. 21, and advanced polls start on Oct. 11