Residents in St. Catharines will have to wait a bit to find out who will be their PC candidate
Residents in St.Catharines will have to wait a bit to find out who will be their PC candidate for the upcoming provincial election.
A candidate has not been selected yet, and a nomination meeting will not be held in the month of March according to organizers.
CFO of the St. Catharines Provincial PC Association Donna Daffern says all card carrying PC's will be given notice of the nomination meeting, which has yet to be announced.
Running for the PC's across Niagara are Sam Oosterhoff in Niagara West-Glanbrook, Chuck McShane in Niagara Falls and April Jeffs in Niagara Centre.
Doug Ford won the Tory leadership late Saturday.
Friday night, the IceDogs open their best of seven quarter-final series on home ice versus the Generals, some tickets are still available. The 'Dogs have also announced a bus trip to Oshawa for game three and four.
A very successful 2017-2018 IceDogs regular season came to an end Saturday afternoon with a 6-3 win over Mississauga. A sellout St Patty's Day Meridian Centre crowd watched Niagara record their 35th win of the season for a total of 80 points in the OHL's Eastern Conference as Johnny Corneil lead the way with a goal and two assists.
Kirill Maksimov enjoyed a four point night while Johnny Corneil and Ben Jones each scored a pair in the IceDogs 6-3 Friday night win in Erie. With the win, Niagara has now secured home ice advantage in their first round playoff series with Oshawa.