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<b>CANADA:</b> Economist argues that politicians should focus more on managing, not spending, our money

CANADA: Economist argues that politicians should focus more on managing, not spending, our money

Politicians should stop trying to bribe us with our own money and instead propose fundamental structural changes to how governments operate and budget themselves, researcher says
Here's what you need to know about how to vote in the upcoming election

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
Music and mini reunions happen Fridays at the Legion

Music and mini reunions happen Fridays at the Legion

Friday nights at the Legion set the stage for mini Thorold reunions, as people frequently find friendly faces from their past among the music-lovers.
Large lamp post stolen from St. Catharines cathedral

Large lamp post stolen from St. Catharines cathedral

Church has suffered a number of theft and mischief incidents
Thorold Terry Fox Run reaches milestone <b>(7 photos)</b>

Thorold Terry Fox Run reaches milestone (7 photos)

Michael Charron was thrilled to see Thorold's donations top the $400,000 mark
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> So, when is the best time to drink protein shakes?

BEYOND LOCAL: So, when is the best time to drink protein shakes?

Registered dietitian Anar Allidina says protein shakes can be beneficial, especially after a workout
Thorold among those stepping up for Alzheimer's awareness

Thorold among those stepping up for Alzheimer's awareness

Alzheimer's awareness is the focus of coffee breaks and other events this week
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Mainly sunny skies today
<b>CANADA:</b> Are Canadian students prepared for adulthood?

CANADA: Are Canadian students prepared for adulthood?

Although graduation rates in this country are higher than they’ve ever been, experts say this doesn’t necessarily mean students are prepared for what comes next
Hometown Baseball game returns

Hometown Baseball game returns

Free admission to the game and hats to first 100 kids