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The 39th annual OPG Winter Festival of Lights began earlier this month in Niagara Falls - Canada’s largest free, outdoor lights festival with with 3 million lights along the Niagara Parkway, Dufferin Islands and across Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls Tourism President Janice Thomson tells the Source what's new this year, including some weekend indoor entertainment sponsored in part by Cogeco.
Niagara Region is encouraging residents to complete an online survey on Equity, Diversion and Inclusion. The survey closes December 1st. Here to talk about the survey is Regional Chair Jim Bradley.
Black Friday is behind us and up next is Cyber Monday. Amidst all the commercialism, Tuesday November 30th is a day to remind you to remember those less fortunate. We welcome Josh Bieuz to talk about Giving Tuesday.
St. Catharines native Lorna Shultz Nicholson's new novel, "When You Least Expect It", was just published last week. It's a story that many who grew up in Niagara will recognize, that of a competitive rower hoping for a scholarship, and maybe one day a seat in an Olympic boat. Lorna joins Mike on Zoom from her home in Edmonton. The book is available now through her website and from Chapters Indigo Canada.
United Way Niagara kicked off its 2021 campaign on September 15th, with the goal of helping 120,000 people in Niagara this year. We've invited Executive Director Frances Hallworth in to our studio for an update. Mike Balsom brings you this report.
It's American Thanksgiving this week, followed of course by Black Friday. It used to be that you would have to cross the border to shop Black Friday sales, but these days that's not necessary. Eric Dolansky and Jennifer Good are both Brock University professors and they give us their thoughts on Canadian Black Friday.
Jennifer Gauthier, Executive Director of Women's Place joins The Source to discuss the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence campaign that began November 25th.
Former Niagara resident Karen Natho checks in from her home in Abbotsford B.C. where much of the area has been hit with a devastating flood.
The Niagara Falls Soup Kitchen is holding its "Fill the Bus" Event this Saturday, November 27th. Here with the details is Fundraising chair Bonnie Brady. Mike Balsom files this report.