On Oct. 26, the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) will host the 6th annual Niagara Economic Summit. Previous summits looked at answering controversial questions around job market myths, the skills gap, and our infrastructure and public transit.The summit is a key driver for Niagara initiatives.
There is a story told about a man who would pray each day to win the lottery. As the weeks passed the jackpot amount increased because there was no winner. The frequency and intensity of the man’s prayer also increased.
A reader writes about the Investor State Dispute Settlement system in the context of Lone Pine Resources.
The Welland Food Drive is singing praises of 25 Years of Giving in this its 25th anniversary year. But for the first time in history is the citywide collection staring a crisis in the eye?
Our readers write about the college faculty strike and federal taxes.
The year is 688 A.D.
Our readers write about the college faculty strike, the Pen Centre and GM.
Our readers write about the conservation authority and rule changes to cross-country competition at the Niagara school level.
What do Cher, Steven Spielberg and William J. Clinton have in common? They are among the first baby boomers to turn 70 during 2017.