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...
- Beyond The Orange Shirt Story
- COGECO Ontario Mixed Curling...
- Good News Breakfast
- Hockey Day In The OHL
- 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
Queen Victoria Park in Niagara Falls was the setting for the Niagara Regional Police Service Polar Plunge event. 75 brave souls took the plunge in freezing cold water to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics Ontario. Thanks to everyone involved, over $10,000 was raised. Jennifer Wittig files this report.
Carla Stout, General Manager of the Niagara Regional Transit Commission sits down with Mike Balsom to discuss the January 1st launch of regional transit in Niagara.
Anti racism advocate Sherri Darlene visits the studio to highlight some of her current community initiatives.
Melissa Krist, Executive Director of Brock Sports and Recreation joins The Source and gives an update on the Brock intramural program and the Badgers.
Women's Place of South Niagara will hold Brunch, Bid & Bowl on Saturday March 4th. Amanda Braet stopped by our studio and provided all the details.
Lindsay Krahn of the GROW Community Food Literacy Centre dropped by the studio to chat about a series of new initiatives including cooking classes for seniors and diabetics.
Kevin Puckett of CAA Niagara joins The Source to go over some new technology that will alert motorists when CAA drivers are working in roadside areas of the region.
Wayne Moore speaks to The Source about his 'Tool of Tools' exhibit that just opened at the Niagara Falls Museum.
The league of Soil Superheroes live beneath our feet and make life on earth possible. Explore the science of soil in fun and exciting ways with colourfully illustrated characters in this travelling exhibit, from Ingenium Canada. The exhibit is on display at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory until May 2nd, 2023.