A Storied Career
Few faculty members at Brock University brought the school more awards, research dollars, scientific citations, and reputational prestige than Professor of Chemistry Tomáš Hudlický.
Recruited by the St. Catharines institution in 2003 from the University of Florida, Hudlický was, as the National Association of Scholars once wrote, “one of the most accomplished chemists in the subfield of organic synthesis.”
Working to literally cure cancer during his time at Brock, he boasted the “rare, exceptional” distinction of being awarded three consecutive seven-year Tier 1 Canada Research Chair terms in 2003, 2010, and 2018.
The Niagara Regional Exhibition grounds in Welland played host to the Freedom Tour’s “Unity Truck Show” this past Friday and Saturday.
Weekend GO Train service between Toronto and Niagara Falls resumes this Saturday, May 21.
The St. Catharines Roma Wolves inaugural season in Men’s Premier League 1 Ontario was so successful that the club decided to expand and introduce a women’s premier team under their brand.
The concept of a four-day work week has surfaced yet again in the context of the Ontario provincial election.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is eyeing a wealth tax to pay for his government’s spending spree.
A variety of knock-on effects from the COVID-19 pandemic – that is, our response to it – will slowly, but surely continue to manifest over the approaching months, years, and decades to come.