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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Advancing women in sports by shifting the male-dominated coaching culture

BEYOND LOCAL: Advancing women in sports by shifting the male-dominated coaching culture

We all have a part to play in advocating for, educating, and developing female coaches
Hawks season ends in avalanche

Hawks season ends in avalanche

Thorold's young team will have to continue to rebuild next season
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Cloudy in the morning but clearing in the afternoon
<b>CANADA:</b> Backlog grows as nearly 40,000 veterans wait for disability benefits

CANADA: Backlog grows as nearly 40,000 veterans wait for disability benefits

Advocates are critical, saying the government needs to ensure that injured veterans get the benefits they need and deserve
Fraud investigation in Fort Erie leads to arrest

Fraud investigation in Fort Erie leads to arrest

A 50-year-old man faces charges
Police looking for man in red hat who approached girl in Niagara Falls

Police looking for man in red hat who approached girl in Niagara Falls

Child did not suffer physical injuries, say police
Man wanted in child exploitation investigation arrested at Pearson Airport

Man wanted in child exploitation investigation arrested at Pearson Airport

Charges include three counts of child luring, extortion and more
The late Paul DeDivitiis Sr. honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award

The late Paul DeDivitiis Sr. honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award

The late Paul DeDivitiis Sr. was among 13 honourees who were inducted into the Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year (NEYA) Lifetime Achievement Hall of Fame on March 1.
When the first Welland Canal sod was turned

When the first Welland Canal sod was turned

In this week's Remember This, we recall the momentous occasion when the first sod was turned by the Welland Canal Company, taken from Thorold Township and Town, 1786-1932, published by John H. Thompson
<b>CANADA:</b> Despite progress, report says more investment is needed to end gender disparity

CANADA: Despite progress, report says more investment is needed to end gender disparity

Lauren Ravon, director of policy and campaigns for Oxfam Canada, says overall the Trudeau government is making good progress in advancing its feminist agenda, which she says is cause for celebration