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Could you ever love a root canal?

Could you ever love a root canal?

In this week's health and wellness column, Cheryl Gordon tackles a very sensitive topic
Living in the spirit of the Trinity

Living in the spirit of the Trinity

In this week's religion column, Rev. Ken MacQuarrie explains the complex nature of the Trinity
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Should Trudeau take the 'digital bull' by the horns?

BEYOND LOCAL: Should Trudeau take the 'digital bull' by the horns?

Regulating the internet out of concern for citizens’ privacy should be a key issue in the upcoming election, professor says
Sadies poised to take Seneca Queen Theatre Stage Saturday

Sadies poised to take Seneca Queen Theatre Stage Saturday

Famed Toronto quartet, The Sadies, are poised to perform one night only in Niagara Falls this Saturday.
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> In sports and in politics, tribalism prevails

BEYOND LOCAL: In sports and in politics, tribalism prevails

Neuroscientist explains why we hold on to positive biases
HEAT team investigation leads to arrest

HEAT team investigation leads to arrest

Ancaster man facing six charges
What does Thorold have in common with Paris, London and New York? <b>(3 photos)</b>

What does Thorold have in common with Paris, London and New York? (3 photos)

Thorold has become one of 847 members of the World Health Organization's Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities
63 people died in transport truck crashes last year: OPP

63 people died in transport truck crashes last year: OPP

As OPP gears up for 'Operation Corridor,' they remind drivers that improper lane changes, inattentive driving and following too closely are factors in most accidents
First annual local drive brings in more than two tons of food <b>(7 photos)</b>

First annual local drive brings in more than two tons of food (7 photos)

Passionate volunteers rallied to host a very successful first annual Thorold Food Drive last Sunday.
<b>CANADA:</b> Is the new food guide viable for the poor and marginalized?

CANADA: Is the new food guide viable for the poor and marginalized?

Research suggests that the food guide is easy to follow if you are wealthy