Local News – 610 CKTB All Local News Niagara is under a heat warning Niagara is under a heat warning. 'This was an accident, that family was doing their best' Niagara mom speaks out following tragedy Parents of children with autism are being hit hard by the tragic death of an 11-year-boy in Lindsay, ON. Federal COVID-19 vaccine mandates to be suspended for domestic, outbound travellers Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says the Canadian government will suspend COVID-19 vaccine mandates for domestic and outbound international travellers and federally regulated workers. 'My bucket list is complete!' 85-yr-old graduates from Brock after starting program 40 years ago An 85-year-old Brock student stole the show at graduation this week. Missing male canoeist found dead in Georgian Bay, police say Ontario Provincial Police say the body of a 29-year-old canoeist has been found in the waters of Georgian Bay. Billboards in Niagara Falls target city's nightly fireworks display Billboards are up in Niagara Falls warning about the dangers of fireworks. End of vaccine mandates may open travel floodgates, but could trigger doubts for some The federal government is expected to scrap vaccine mandates for domestic and outbound passengers today, leading to forecasts of further travel surges and overflowing airports. Man killed while walking bike in St.Catharines was farm worker from Mexico Niagara Police are releasing more details after three cyclists were struck in St. Catharines last night, killing one man. Niagara Police are searching for a suspect after a sexual assault in Welland Niagara Police are searching for a suspect after a sexual assault in Welland. St. Catharines increases fines for landowners that do not clean up property City Council passing some changes to the waste by-law and long grass and weeds by-law at their meeting last night. Historian shocked at hateful vandalism at St. Catharines school Historian Rochelle Bush from the BME Church in St. Catharines says she was shocked at vandalism this weekend. Federal government set to end COVID-19 vaccine mandates Sources confirm the Canadian government is putting an end to COVID-19 vaccine mandates for domestic and outbound international travellers and federally regulated workers. Mandatory reporting of cyberattacks expected in security bill coming today Businesses and other private-sector organizations would be required to report ransomware incidents and other cyberattacks to the government under a federal bill to be tabled today. Minister says wait times at passport offices are unacceptable Karina Gould says those long wait times are her top priority, but she cannot say when things may return to normal. Cyclist killed after being struck by vehicle on Seventh Street Louth Niagara Police say they are investigating after three cyclists were hit between South Service Road and Second Avenue Louth. Education Director says DSBN will not tolerate acts of hate The Director of Education for the District School Board of Niagara has released a statement following vandalism at Harriet Tubman Public School this weekend. Toronto van attacker sentenced to life in prison with no parole for 25 years Alek Minassian has also been sentenced to 20 years for 15 counts of attempted murder, which are to be served concurrently. S&P/TSX composite in correction territory after suffering second-worst day of 2022 Canada's main stock index moved into correction territory to start the trading week as hot U.S. inflation accelerated worries of a supercharged interest rate hike this week that could help push the U.S. economy into recession.