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Mike talks with Brock master's student Ryan Bench.
Mike speaks with Welland Mayor Frank Campion about Regional Transit.
Mike speaks with Cassandra Best from the Alzheimer's Society of Niagara.
Mike speaks with Erika Casupanan, the sole survivor of Survivor 41. Erika became the first Canadian to win the competition series.
In Thorold, the city's Business Improvement Area is making a concerted effort to help its members get back on their feet. Mike Balsom checks in with the BIA's chair Serge Carpino to talk about the campaign.
Joanne Krick joins The Source and gives an update on the grant process for 2022.
Kathy Pitkin of Port Colborne was the winner of the 5th Port Cares 50/50 Draw. She took home over $37,000 and was generous enough to donate $5000 back to the charity. Brenda Schultz caught up with Kathy to talk about the draw as well as Executive Director Christine Clark Lafleur to find out what's happening next for Port Cares.
In-Person Walk-In Clinics have re-opened at Pathstone Mental Health. Kim Rossi spoke with Mike Balsom on Zoom to discuss the hours and locations.
Mike Britton reacts to the news that his hopes of filling the vacant seat on Niagara Regional Council were dashed after a vote last week.