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Niagara Children’s Centre recognized with international award

The Niagara Children’s Centre has been recognized with a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities International (CARF), it was announced on Feb. 15. The award was given to the Niagara Children’s Centre for their prestige in innovation, client satisfaction, superb service delivery and active community involvement.

“I am pleased that the surveyors were able to observe, hear and experience what makes our Centre such a special place,” Oksana Fisher, Chief Executive Officer for the Niagara Children’s Centre, shared in a recent comment. “I am so proud of the work our team does every day, and this accreditation award validates our commitment to delivering family-centred care and ensuring the highest quality of services for our clients. The surveyors consistently heard positive feedback from our staff, the families we serve, our community partners and referral sources.”

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Arrests made in Niagara area for human trafficking

A case of human trafficking made waves in Niagara Falls after 13 men were arrested for human trafficking.

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Former NHL stars return to assist Niagara’s only rehab hospital

Thirteen former NHL players will be back in town this week to help raise money for the Hotel Dieu Shaver Hospital…

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Trudeau’s real problem is policy, not comms

You can put lipstick on a hog and call it Monica, but it’s still a pig.

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The media worm turns

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Ford schools Trudeau on affordability

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U.S. presidential election campaign: News and notes

The presidential campaign being waged south of the border remains one of the strangest ones in history.

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Grimsby budget tabled for 2024

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The Town of Grimsby has released its budget plan for 2024.

Mayor Jeff Jordan put forward a $30.4 million spending plan.

“It is always a challenge to strike a balance between refining the budget while prioritizing projects, programs and service levels,” said Jordan. “I look forward to facilitating a productive discussion, and trust council will be committed to preserving the 2023-2026 strategic priorities for our Grimsby residents.”

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Fonthill Legion receives Trillium Foundation funding for accessibility

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As the Fonthill Legion, Branch 613, continues to serve local veterans and their families…

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The boys of summer hit the spring training diamonds: Blue Jays pitchers and catchers returned to Dunedin this week

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It’s a rite of passage to spring.

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The economic disaster that is Justin Trudeau

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It’s no surprise to anyone but the most deluded Liberal partisans that the policies of the Trudeau government…

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Steven Guilbeault hasn’t forgotten his activist past, and neither should you

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Never one to miss an opportunity to share his ideological leanings with the Canadian public…

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Another scandal – perhaps “the last nail in the coffin”

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“This is probably some of the worst financial record-keeping that I’ve seen… Overall, this audit shows…

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Tim Horton, 50 years later

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For millions of Canadians, the foremost daily coffee experience they prefer occurs at a Tim Hortons franchise…

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