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    Ford holds massive rally in Hamilton, with election just days away

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    Ontario PC Party leader Doug Ford held a rally in Hamilton on Thursday, May 26 at the Hamilton International Airport in Mount Hope. The rally was in the Cargojet Maintenance Hangar. Local candidates from the Hamilton, Niagara, and Halton regions attended the event.

    But before the rally even started, it was events that took place outside the Cargojet facility that made headlines. A group of a couple dozen anti-Ford protestors stood in the middle of the entrance road for a period of time, blocking rally attendees from parking. The group was largely made up of environmental activists from the “Stop the Sprawl” campaign.

    Hamilton Police were called when the protestors refused to leave the property. Police later reported that one woman was arrested after she was told multiple times to leave. The woman, who later identified herself online as Caryma Sa’d, was charged with trespassing.

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    Butera family pledges $2 million to new Niagara Falls hospital

    Local

    Niagara’s private sector has once again stepped up to help the public in a big way.

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    Niagara labour leader reaffirms union’s support for PC Party, labour minister

    Local

    From the moment he assumed the role of Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development in mid-2019, PC MPP Monte McNaughton started on a journey to meet with, understand, and garner the support of organized labour in Ontario.

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    St. Catharines Falcons to host Sutherland Cup Final in last game at ‘The Jack’

    Sports

    Perhaps it’s only fitting that an arena opened in 1938 will feature a championship game in its finale.

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    Vote Compass lacks a sense of direction

    Provincial

    The CBC has an odd survey it offers called the “Vote Compass” that the taxpayer-financed network trots out during the period prior to elections, supposedly to help the citizenry come to a decision about who they should be voting for.

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    High gas prices threaten to drive right through Justin Trudeau’s environmental legacy

    National

    There’s a saying as old as time that “all politics is local.” Every decision that elected officials make is in the interest of protecting their constituencies, and ensuring that when the next election rolls around, they come out the victor.

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    Reclaiming Canadian excellence

    Opinion

    In recent decades, Canada has failed to realize its potential in numerous key areas. We are no longer filling our role as an economic, military and resource-rich leader in the free world.

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    PC candidates choosing not to participate in local debates hardly worth the headlines

    Local Editorial

    The legacy media machine wants you to believe that Ontario PC candidates refusing to participate in riding debates this election cycle represents “a disservice to democracy”, worthy of severe, repeated condemnation.

    Locally, the Torstar dailies just can’t seem to stop talking about it in their campaign coverage, or even to the premier himself, for that matter.

    But, honestly, does anyone actually care?

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    Seven Niagara students set to compete in Skills Canada Competition this week

    Local

    The annual Skills Canada National Competition takes place via hybrid format this week from May 25 to 28.

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    Fort Erie International Academy opening doors to students from Ukraine

    Local

    Since Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine, millions of people from around the world, including thousands here in Niagara, have supported the Ukrainian people in some way.

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    Yes, deficits and debt do matter

    Business

    Ontario is awash in red ink and politicians are rushing to dive headfirst into deficit river.

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    Making it easier for unions in Ontario

    Provincial

    Part of the NDP platform in the upcoming Ontario election is to make it easier for unions to organize workplaces.

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    A place for the prime minister to call home

    National

    With the Canadian house marking seeming to cool off, the dream of affording a home is slowly coming back into focus for millions of Canadians. Each level of government will likely try to take some credit for this.

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    Provincial parties failing to adequately address the education elephant in the room

    Opinion

    This election has included a lot of policy promises from the major political parties

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