The family of deceased baby Kody Smart has launched a $750,000 lawsuit against Niagara Region Children’s Aid Society after it gave custody of the child to his grandfather — convicted child abuser Brian Matthews.
Standing on the pool deck, lifeguard Elaine
had only been at work for five minutes when
something small dropped down in front of her
Carrying groceries up the steps of her
home in Toronto, she heard an odd
Even before Manoj Dilwaria became acting CAO at
Thorold city hall last March, he was well-versed in
the municipality’s assets and challenges.
More than 2,600 Niagara children from low-income
families will return to class in a few weeks with all
the supplies they need for another school year,
thanks to the generosity of the community.
Hundreds of St. Catharines area
residents turned their gaze to the sky,
for a glimpse of a partial eclipse,
The last time so many Canadians stared
up at the sky at the same time, Rod
Stewart's Do You Think I'm Sexy was
the number one song and Laverne &
Shirley was TV's number one show.
A defence lawyer told a jury Monday his client was
no angel, but the Crown hasn’t proved its first-
degree murder case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Whether performing civil wedding ceremonies, helping with management and labour negotiations, or serving mass quantities of roast beef, it’s all in a day’s work for Donna Delvecchio.
What if you could see autism?