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<b>COVID-19:</b> What is the ‘Swiss cheese model’ and how can it apply to coronavirus?

COVID-19: What is the ‘Swiss cheese model’ and how can it apply to coronavirus?

The “Swiss Cheese Model” uses slices of cheese to visualize how interventions work together
Exactly what does a Canadian need to do in order to be pardoned for their crimes?

Exactly what does a Canadian need to do in order to be pardoned for their crimes?

Since 1970, more than 500,000 Canadians have received pardons and record suspensions
Cannabis store applies with AGCO to open in Thorold

Cannabis store applies with AGCO to open in Thorold

Second dispensary this year to try and break into the local market
Six charged with impaired-related offences this week

Six charged with impaired-related offences this week

Alleged criminal impaired driving offences took place between Oct. 12 - 18
15 cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Niagara on Monday

15 cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Niagara on Monday

One new death in the region as province confirms over 700 cases
$250K prize washes St. Catharines lotto winner's worries away

$250K prize washes St. Catharines lotto winner's worries away

Winning Instant Bingo Multiplier ticket purchased at the Esso on Ontario Street
Thorold father of five passes away after leaping into Welland Canal to save dog

Thorold father of five passes away after leaping into Welland Canal to save dog

Michael LeBlanc remembered as a family man who 'loved everybody and all creatures'
<b>WATCH:</b> Province to expand digital services with new action plan

WATCH: Province to expand digital services with new action plan

Announcement comes as province battles 2nd wave of COVID-19
<b>BREAKING:</b> Canada-U.S. border closure extended until November

BREAKING: Canada-U.S. border closure extended until November

International students will be allowed into Canada starting Tuesday
<b>COVID-19:</b> Canadians spend more money and time online during pandemic, StatCan says

COVID-19: Canadians spend more money and time online during pandemic, StatCan says

The survey found that 34 of Canadians also spent more on their home and mobile internet connections to maximize the use of this technology