Finding the best hairstyles for men with receding hairlines can be crucial to maintaining your confidence and avoiding a big change in your appearance. What it really comes down to is the type of hair you have and the receding hairline haircuts that suit your overall look.

With stores full of farm-fresh harvest vegetables, a simple side dish is a great way to celebrate the season’s bounty and add balance to your dinners. Here we’ve done the meal planning for you: five Ready-to-Cook meat or seafood mains (available at Sobeys), each paired with a side dish recipe that’s quick, easy and flavourful.


What happens with real estate transactions involving a home that has had this number of cannabis plants grown within it?

On October 17, 2018, it became legal to purchase small amounts of marijuana and grow up to four plants per residence (not per person) in Ontario. Nonetheless, the prospect of purchasing a home that has been used to grow marijuana may continue to provoke an emotional response from some buyers. As such, it’s important to understand whether this is a concern for real estate clients and to take appropriate steps to protect their interests.

Reality is that we are all ageing from the day we are born.  Yet ageism, unlike other “isms” like racism or sexism, is the last socially tolerable form of discrimination.

Ageism happens when people are defined, not by their personality, individuality or beliefs, but by their age.  Ageism occurs across all generations when age stereotypes are formed.  However, ageism is of particular concern for older adults who are often typecast as incompetent, incapable or a burden to society and end up marginalized as a result. 

Mark your calendars now for one of Niagara’s most anticipated business events of the year. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year Awards and our largest event ever. Plan to join the celebration as we recognize Niagara’s top entrepreneurs of the last 25 years.

When interest rates are rising, the first question that comes to mind usually concerns the cost of borrowing. But can increasing rates also affect our investments?

Janet Rouss, Author of “Courage Freedom Happiness – Life Hacks from a Digital Nomad” speaks on “Making your Work Work for you”.  Come hear how to make your life and work more meaningful and fulfilling.  

Smile Theatre Presents “The Frankie Andrews Holiday Special”  Happening Friday, November 23rd at 2:00pm at the Meridian Community Centre.

Are you interested in playing co-ed, recreational Volleyball during the day at the Meridian Community Centre? If so please contact Julie Cook 905-892-2607 ext.329 or by email

We Scare Hunger....AK Wigg Elementary School and EL Crossley Secondary School will be collecting non-perishable donations during trick-or-treat time this coming Halloween! Please consider picking up a little extra when shopping for your family, to support families in need in our community.

Come experience an old fashioned evening stroll in Downtown Fonthill on Thursday, November 22nd, 2018 from 4:00pm-8:00pm

Discover truly original gift ideas as our Downtown stores transform with festive decorations and Open Late to welcome you with shopping specials and small town friendly good cheer!

Check out all the special offers and exciting happenings that our local businesses have planned for the Holiday Gift Showcase & Downtown Stroll this year !

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The number one mistake sellers make when listing a home for sale: They overprice it.

While you may think you can always lower the asking price if it doesn't sell, you'll actually miss out on buyers, lose opportunities to draw foot traffic, and risk sitting on the market for too long.

The easiest fix: Price your home right so it will sell quickly.

Let us help accurately compare current home sales in your area and propose your best asking price.

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Memory is part of what makes us human. On the centenary of the end of the First World War, The History Lab, with the support of Brock’s Department of History, the centre for Canadian Studies, and the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, invite you to witness and remember the more than one million men and women who died in the last year of the way.

Get the kids together and learn to make these spooky snacks!

We have had a sighting of a large coyote behind Beechwood Crescent close to the Steve Bauer Trail.  Though it is not normal for a coyote to approach a human, they will in fact approach a dog, cat or any other small animal if given the opportunity.

Our local Poppy Campaign kicked off officially on Friday October 26th with the ceremoniously pinning of the first poppies to be worn during this year’s campaign on Mayor Dave Augustyn and Mayor-Elect Marvin Junkin.

Local business owner Frank Sicoli of Fonthill Shoppers Drug Mart presented the first donation cheque to the Poppy Fund in support of Veterans and their families.

The Royal Canadian Legion, in partnership with the Government of Canada, has invited all Legion Branches from coast to coast to join in a nation-wide initiative to mark the 100th anniversary of end of World War 1.

Tinting eyebrows and eyelashes gives the eyes definition. Brows accentuate the eyes and the lashes appear clearly longer and voluminous. Redefine your beauty at Salon Allegra

As the third quarter of 2018 comes to an end it is encouraging to see residential market conditions in Niagara stabilizing into a more balanced market.

The Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reported 603 property sales processed through the NAR Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) system in September.  This represents a 10.2% increase in sales compared to September of last year.

The 2018 Municipal Election will be held on Monday, October 22, 2018. For a complete list of certified candidates and polling stations, please visit the Town of Pelham's website.


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