Local News – 610 CKTB All Local News The delayed Tokyo Olympics cost $13 billion The final price tag for last year's COVID-delayed Tokyo Olympics has been put at $13 billion (1.4 trillion Japanese yen). Statistics Canada reports retail sales up 0.9 per cent to $60.7 billion in April Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.9 per cent to $60.7 billion in April, boosted by gains at general merchandise stores. A Niagara politician is interested in becoming the next leader of Ontario's NDP Speculation is growing that a Niagara politician may be the next leader of the provincial NDP. Events are scheduled across Niagara today to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day Events are scheduled across Niagara today to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day. Niagara Falls council asked to change name of Marineland Parkway Niagara Falls Council is being asked to change the name of Marineland Parkway. Heat Warning for Niagara continues with temperatures expected to feel like 40 today and tomorrow Niagara is under a heat warning as a two-day heat event is forecast for today and tomorrow. Port Colborne woman wins $100,000 playing Encore It was the best one dollar Melissa Hearns of Port Colborne ever spent. Skunk in St. Catharines tested positive for rabies Niagara Region says a skunk in St. Catharines has tested positive for rabies. Heat warning in effect for Niagara Environment Canada says a two-day heat event is forecast for Tuesday through Wednesday. Canal Days Marine Heritage Festival unveils its 2022 lineup Port Colborne's summer festival lineup and the Canal Days concert series line-up was announced today Two dead and several injured in separate weekend shootings in Toronto Toronto police are telling people there's no "significant danger" after a rash of shootings in the city over the weekend. 'Hate has no home in Niagara' Niagara Regional Police Service launches a new campaign aimed at eliminating barriers to reporting hate incidents and hate crimes Ontario Premier Doug Ford's new cabinet to be sworn in Friday, source says A senior government source says Ontario Premier Doug Ford's new cabinet will be sworn in on Friday. Niagara's top doctor says many parents are anxiously awaiting COVID shots for young children Niagara's top doctor is hopeful Canada will approve COVID-19 vaccinations for children under the age 5. Canada's plans to upgrade NORAD will be unveiled today National Defence Minister Anita Anand will be at an air force base in Ontario this morning delivering an announcement about Ottawa's plans to upgrade North America's aging defences. Ontario losing one family farm a day: provincial agriculture group The Ontario Federation of Agriculture says the province is facing an increase in the rate of farmland loss as urban sprawl swallows up land previously used for growing. Recall for several powdered infant formula products sold at Shoppers Drug Mart A recall warning on a Government of Canada website has been issued for several powdered infant formula products due to possible microbial contamination. Countdown is on for Canadians to ditch plastic bags, straws and other single-use products Canadians will need to find alternatives for plastic straws and grocery bags by the end of the year as the federal government puts the final motions in place to ban some single-use plastics.