Watch the latest YourTV television and exclusive online content from the Niagara community.
- 10 Men In Tent
- Canada Day
- Casino Niagara
- Greater Fort Erie Secondary...
- Hats & Horses
- Hotel Dieu Shaver
- Lawrence Gowan
- Michael Drysdale
- Mike Balsom
- Niagara College
- Niagara Falls Oktoberfest
- Niagara Regional Science and...
- Niagara Symphony Orchestra
- Red Roof Retreat
- Voices of Freedom Park
- Winter Festival of Lights;...
- Behind The Ballot
- Behind The Ballot - 2019...
- Behind The Ballot - Mayoral...
- Behind The Ballot: Niagara...
- COGECO Ontario Mixed Curling...
- Good News Breakfast
- KO For Kids Charity Boxing...
- Q&A With Matt and DJ
- Star Awards 2018
- The 2017 Rotary Club TV...
- The 2018 Hope Award
- The 2021 BCM Good News...
- The 2022 Ontario Wine Awards
- The IceDogs This Week
- The Many Hands Project
- The OHL Tonight
- The Romeo Report
- The Source
- Winemakers Of The Year 25th...
- YourTV History
- YourTV Remembers
The FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre announced their upcoming 2022-2023 season last week. Sara Palmieri visits The Source to discuss all the dance, comedy, music, and even a bit of circus they have planned for the new season.
African Women Acting showcases, nurtures and supports African arts and artists of African heritage while advocating women’s issues. On June 25th, the organization opened a new cultural space on Queen Street in Niagara Falls. Executive Director Sonia Aimy joined Mike Balsom in studio to talk about the non-profit organization.
Congratulations to the team with The Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games for this past weekend's launch of the Torch Relay through the Region! The Source's Bob Romeo was in Niagara Falls Sunday to see Mayor Jim Diodati light the torch and speak to runner Rich Merlino about his involvement. Visit niagara2022games.ca to find out when the Torch will be in your community!
The Amazing Race is coming up in Welland on August 13th. It's a fundraiser for Women Networking in Sport of Niagara. Event Coordinator Sara van den Akker joins Mike Balsom in studio to talk about the event.
The Niagara Region have officially unveiled a pride crosswalk at the corner of Schmon Parkway and Sir Isaac Brock Way.
Mayors from Great Lakes communities and allies from industry are calling on the provincial government to develop and implement a marine strategy.
Port Cares hosted a recent open house that allowed them the chance to show off some improvements to the site and honour the contributions of their dedicated volunteers.
The Niagara Regional Native Centre, city of St. Catharines and the First Ontario Performing Arts Centre partnered together for Indigenous Solidarity Day programming in downtown St. Catharines.