6.9 million for upgrades to social housing in Niagara
The province is investing 6.9 million over five years into upgrading social housing in Niagara.
Premier Kathleen Wynne was in Beamsville for the announcement that will see improvements made to existing social housing.
The money will allow for installation of more energy-efficient boilers, windows, lighting and insulation.
The investment is part of a province-wide program to improve these homes for low-income and vulnerable tenants by helping reduce energy bills for social housing providers.
The IceDogs are heading into the Christmas Break off a 5-3 loss to visiting Barrie on the team's first ever Ugly Christmas Sweater Game. Twice, the IceDogs made it a one goal game in the third before surrendering an empty netter late.
The annual IceDogs Teddy Bear Toss Game, good for those in need, not so good for the home team. The IceDogs dropped their 5th straight “Teddy” game, falling 6-3 to North Bay.
Stephen Dhillon stopped all 29 Ottawa shots to record his first shutout of the year in a 3-0 road win Saturday night. Elijah Roberts, playing in his 150th game was outstanding at both ends of the ice.