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The Niagara-On-The-Lake Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual Candlelight Stroll through the old Town on Friday, and The Source's Kennedy Reynolds was there to meet the two young people who were the recipients of this year's candle sales.
Justin Driedger from the Central Community Centre has all the details on a Christmas concert the centre will produce on December 8th & 9th.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Niagara hosted a grand re-opening of the Nearly New Thrift Store to celebrate store improvements and renovations thanks to a David S. Howes Fund Grant through the Niagara Community Foundation.
Fred Addis talks about his new book that examines the life of Don Gallinger. Gallinger's promising NHL career was ended at the age of 22 when he got suspended for gambling.
Hector De Divitiis joins The Source to talk about the relaunching a charity Christmas dinner. This time it will assist the clients of Bethesda Services.
On Monday, a new sign was unveiled at the Wayne Campbell Bridge Housing Building at 5017 Victoria Avenue in Niagara Falls. Councillor Campbell has always been a helping hand and a voice for those in need in our community.
David Adames visits with The Source after it was announced that Niagara Parks has secured a private investor to repurpose the historic Toronto Power Generating Station.
Thanks to our partners at Fallsview Casino Resort for allowing us in to catch a sneak peek of their holiday show, "Christmas On Ice", running now in The Avalon Theatre until Dec. 12th!
Warm up this winter season with a hot beverage while exploring the Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights. This self-guided trail will lead you to delicious stops of chocolatey concoctions created by chocolatiers, chefs and mixologists at some of the area’s excellent restaurants and bake shops across Niagara Falls. The Source's Bob Romeo had a chance to stop at just three of the locations to check out their special chocolate offerings - this year's trail has 22 stops with 36 unique and delicious flavours to sip and savour (both non-alcoholic and alcoholic options).
Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati shares his thoughts regarding The Rainbow Bridge tragedy two days after the event and the Bridge has reopened.
Master Magician Greg Frewin has returned to the stage at The Greg Frewin Theatre in Niagara Falls! Realizing he wasn't quite ready for retirement, he's back dazzling and mystifying his audiences, and this time with fellow performers Alexandra and Christian Mascia. The Source's Bob Romeo had a chance to visit with Greg to talk about his return.
E.L. Crossley held their 2nd annual Trades & TECHFEST this week. The event allowed 1000 DSBN students to meet employers and explore careers in the trades.