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Seven workplaces have signed the living wage pledge. Brenda Schultz reports from St. Catharines on what it is & how the Niagara Poverty Reduction Network plans to move the concept forward.
The Foster Festival presents the World Premiere of "Come Down From Up River" by Norm Foster
Shaver Bennett has lived a rather solitary life as a logger in the woods of northern New Brunswick. One day he arrives at the doorstep of his estranged sister’s daughter, whom he hasn’t seen in 20 years. The niece, Bonnie Doyle and her wife Liv Arsenault welcome him into their lives in this sweetly moving tale. Set in Saint John, New Brunswick, Come Down From Up River explores family and forgiveness with a healthy dose of laughter sprinkled with tears.
The Town of Niagara On The Lake welcomed Arif Virani, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, as well as Niagara Centre MP Vance Badawey, to the "Voices Of Freedom" Park for a fundraising announcement.
Local author Alana Somerville spoke with Lori Taraba recently about her memoir - Holding on to Normal. The book chronicles Alana's diagnosis, treatment and recovery from stage 2 breast cancer.
The Source paid a visit to On Board, The 5th annual cancer fundraiser in Welland.
A free Saturday 5k race series launched recently. Marty Mako files this report on Run Niagara.
The 1st annual Summer Daze BBQ Classic is taking place at Firemen's Park in Niagara Falls from July 13th - 15th. Jennifer Wittig finds out more.
A dedicated group of volunteers along with some corporate support from Iron Earth Canada has led to another successful summer at the Port Colborne Community Garden.