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Hawks arriving in Grimsby earlier on average

With the unseasonably warm winter this year, it may come as no surprise to see the classic migratory birds appearing in Grimsby earlier than usual. However, according to Hawkwatch executive member, Bruce Mackenzie, this is the new norm. Over the past several decades, Hawkwatch data has shown that birds…

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Niagara selected as host community for 2021 Canada Summer Games

The nation’s eyes will be on this region four summers from now, with the stunning news out of Toronto today that Niagara’s bid to land the 2021 Canada Summer Games has won. Local dignitaries including Regional Chair Alan Caslin and Doug Hamilton, the volunteer chair of Niagara’s games…

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South Lincoln High School Students stage a walkout

They weren’t just taking a break. As the first period of the school day finished, students filed out of the front doors with homemade signs in hand. “Save our school,” and “Our school matters,” were written in scrawling letters on bold Bristol boards, and even small sheets…

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Square Roots display needs a home

There’s no place like home. Or, for the Grimsby Public Art Gallery’s collaborative art project about Canada, no place is home — yet. The art gallery is looking for a permanent place for the 150 wood blocks to be displayed. While Grimsby’s town hall may seem like a natural location,…

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Oosterhoff retains PC nomination for Niagara West

Sam Oosterhoff has survived a challenge to his right to represent Progressive Conservative members in the Niagara West riding. Just a few months into his term, the young MPP faced a challenge from regional councillor Tony Quirk.   http://www.niagarathisweek.com/news-story/7177880-oosterhoff-retains-pc-nomination-for-niagara-west/…

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