Port Colborne Celebrates World Fair Trade Month with a Flag-Raising Event at City Hall

Port Colborne was officially designated as a Fair Trade City in April 2009, becoming the first city to do so in the province of Ontario and the third in Canada. A passionate cause for passionate people like Jane Nigh, Rosemary Armstrong and Nancy Salvage who joined Port Colborne’s Mayor John Maloney in a flag-raising event

James Michael Friesen Headlines Mother’s Day Special Win List at Humberstone

Steven Petty PORT COLBORNE, Ont. James Michael Friesen from St. Catharines, Ont. was the winner of the PC Works DIRTcar Sportsman main event on Davidson Line Marking and Property Maintenance Night at the New Humberstone Speedway on Mother’s Day. Dennis Lunger Jr. from Albion, Pa., picked up his second straight feature win for the

Brock University Scientists Find Athletes Dont Really Need All of Those Drinks

Brock University Press Release: New research by scientists at Brock University has debunked the widely-held belief that dehydration saps the strength of athletes performing in hot conditions. It is common to see distance runners or cyclists gulp water and other drinks during long races.

Brock University and Surrounding Community Will Celebrate David Howes This Thursday May 14

Brock University Press Release: People at Brock University and across the Niagara region are invited to join ceremonies this Thursday May 14, celebrating the life of David Howes and dedicating the new Sir Isaac Brock sculpture that was part of his legacy to the community