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    Conservative leader Erin O’Toole closes out campaign in Niagara

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    With Canadians set to hit the polls Monday, Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole made one last campaign stop before the final weekend of the 2021 federal election in Niagara on Friday night.

    Speaking before a capacity crowd outside of Steelcon’s St. Catharines facility, O’Toole lamented the myriad hardships average Canadians face in today’s economy.

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    With vote days away, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh stops in Niagara

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    With less than a week until election day, leader of the federal NDP Jagmeet Singh made a brief campaign stop in Welland on Wednesday.

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    Awards continue to pour in for Niagara College’s brewing program

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    For the second consecutive year, Niagara College Teaching Brewery posted a stellar showing at the U.S. Open Beer Championship, finishing in the top 10 overall, and taking home three gold medals in the process.

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    Committee chair commits to “thorough investigation” into biosolids program

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    For the second consecutive year, Niagara College Teaching Brewery posted a stellar showing at the U.S. Open Beer Championship, finishing in the top 10 overall, and taking home three gold medals in the process

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    Global supply chain challenges could mean a blue Christmas for retailers and consumers

    Business

    Even though we are only in mid-September and many of us are still recovering from the effort of getting our kids back into a school routine, I recently came across an article in an Australian paper, The Guardian, that encouraged people to buy ahead for Christmas because of the “dramatically bad global supply chain crisis”.

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    Are unions above the law?

    Provincial

    A few days ago, a story broke that deserved to get a lot more attention than it did. In response to some new labour legislation passed by the majority Alberta government, some union leaders commented that they do not intend to obey these laws. For example, Unifor president Jerry Dias said, “Jason Kenney will not have an impact on the activities of Unifor”.

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    Three factors to watch for on election night

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    Justin Trudeau’s “vanity election” is coming to an end. The term to describe this unnecessary contest was coined by national affairs commentator Rex Murphy. He summed up the vote succinctly: “This election is hollow. It is without centre.

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    Hardly a Conservative adjunct, PPC drawing support from diversity of sources

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    The latest federal public opinion polls have the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) capturing anywhere from 4 to 8 per cent of the popular vote. For a party that received a mere 1.6 per cent of all ballots cast just two years ago, that’s a considerable jump in support.

    But where, exactly, is the PPC’s support coming from?

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    Media helping Liberals gaslight voters on child care

    Opinion

    You cannot cancel a government program that does not exist yet.

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    Canadian tennis has officially arrived

    Sports

    A finals appearance in the women’s championship. A semi-final appearance in the men’s championship.

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    Provinces and the federal election

    Provincial

    Canada has a checkered history of provincial government involvement in federal elections, and this current election is no exception.

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    The end of deemed IDELS: will there be a surge in COVID-19 related constructive dismissal claims?

    Business

    The ongoing and highly contentious debate over whether or not governments should implement vaccine passports or similar has prompted a range of different stakeholders to express their views in support or opposition.

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    With one week to go, here’s what the three main parties must do before election day

    National

    Bottom of the ninth. Home stretch. Fourth and goal. Whatever sports analogy you choose, it aptly applies to the final week of a political campaign.

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    A matter of fact: oil and gas ‘leave it in the ground’ narrative flawed and misleading

    Business

    A new study by researchers with University College London (UCL) perpetuates the false narrative that the world can flip a switch to turn off oil and gas use and reduce emissions without devastating economies across the globe.

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