Stabbing in St. Catharines leaves man in critical condition


Police are investigating a stabbing in St. Catharines that has left one man with critical injuries.

It happened Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the area of Geneva, north of Scott Street.

Officers arrived to find a 33 year old male victim suffering from life threatening stab wounds.  

The victim was transported by paramedics to a local hospital in critical condition, but was later airlifted by Ornge Air Ambulance to an out of region hospital.

The suspect(s) identity is unknown at this time.

Detectives have canvassed area residences for more information.  

Any residences or businesses in the area of the incident with security cameras are asked to review the footage for anything suspicious and contact detectives.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact detectives at 905-688-4111, extension 9964.

  • Bill 229 and Recommendation to Remove Schedule Six from Bill

    Matt Holmes Speaks with Chandra Sharma – CEO NPCA regarding Bill 229, Ontario's planned changes to conservation bill 
  • Niagara Region Searching For A New CAO

    Niagara's Regional Councillors are finally set to begin their recruitment process to find a new Chief Administrative Officer.  The full recruitment process is expected to take four to six months, from start to finish. Tim talks to Niagara Regional Chair Jim Bradley
  • Covid-19 Update for Nov 24 - Dr. Karim Ali

    Tim talks to Dr. Karim Ali Director, Division of Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, and Lead Physician for Emergency Preparedness. Today discussing vaccine development news involving AstraZeneca/Oxford.