I am sure many of you will remember the parking lot incident that went viral on YouTube, where the Hamilton woman has now been charged because of what she said to an Asian woman at the outlet mall in NOTL.
Well, we have all been there, patiently waiting for a parking spot with our signal on, and as the car pulls out of the … [Read more...] about Don’t let others define your day, or your life
Welcome to 2020.
They say that 20/20 is perfect vision, and that when we look back we sometimes see that we could have done something a little better. That is when we say, “hindsight is 20/20.”
Let’s look at how to have 20/20 vision for this next year, and of course the next decade.
A lot of people use this time of year to make … [Read more...] about We’re all interconnected and interdependent
Well, it is now the day after Christmas — possibly, depending on when you get your paper and how quickly you sit down to read it — and many of you are relaxing, enjoying leftovers and thinking about what the last week has brought you.
Many will have had wonderful family gatherings, but some will have had a bit of a sad time, … [Read more...] about Remember the good times
Ted Mouradian was among friends, new and old, watching Saturday’s Christmas Parade from a Queen Street porch. (Photos by Penny Coles)
Last Saturday, like many of you, I braved the rain, the wind and the cold to watch the 2019 Santa Claus Parade. Luckily I was able to keep dry, because of the great hospitality of my friend Lynn Masaro, who runs the … [Read more...] about Parade brings feelings of gratitude
Niagara Regional council held a special meeting last Thursday to discuss what the next steps are going to be in response to the Ombudsman Report that investigated the hiring process of Carmen D’Angelo as regional CAO.
The Ombudsman said it was an inside job, and because of possible future litigation, council went in camera to discuss … [Read more...] about Ethical, responsible regional government refreshing
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