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Two arrested and charged with theft after copper wire stolen in Welland

Two arrested and charged with theft after copper wire stolen in Welland

Further investigation revealed a previous theft attempt caused a power outage
See health specialists—with no appointment—at Niagara Health Expo

See health specialists—with no appointment—at Niagara Health Expo

Are you looking for a new family physician in the Thorold area? Want to book a stress-free medicinal cannabis consultation with qualified medical professionals?
Guess who’s coming to dinner… a vegetarian!!!!

Guess who’s coming to dinner… a vegetarian!!!!

In this week's Health and Wellness column, Cheryl Gordon shares a delicious way to look after your vegetarian dinner guest
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Expert recommends 'path of cautious optimism' about the future of stem cell treatment

BEYOND LOCAL: Expert recommends 'path of cautious optimism' about the future of stem cell treatment

Currently, stem cell based treatments are still mostly experimental, and while some results are encouraging, several clinical trials have failed
Bridge-It setting sail into November

Bridge-It setting sail into November

Ferry service expected to run until Nov. 3
Good morning, Thorold!

Good morning, Thorold!

Beautiful mainly sunny skies today.
<b>CANADA:</b> Dog owners have reduced risk of dying from heart problems, says researcher

CANADA: Dog owners have reduced risk of dying from heart problems, says researcher

There is also evidence that dog ownership may have other benefits for emotional health
Plans for proposed mausoleum revealed

Plans for proposed mausoleum revealed

Thorold may have a new $2.2 million mausoleum, if council accepts a proposal from Raimondo & Associates Architects.
Long haul truckdriver leaves lasting legacy

Long haul truckdriver leaves lasting legacy

Lynda Robertson was a long haul trucker, who will be remembered for her brightly coloured wigs, and her sense of humour
<b>CANADA:</b> Medically assisted dying is about so much more than the act itself, nurses say

CANADA: Medically assisted dying is about so much more than the act itself, nurses say

Without an understanding of the complexities of medically assisted dying, it’s difficult for patients and families to make good decisions