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Building success in Niagara

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Building success in Niagara

Wainfleet’s Chief Building Official, Randy De Guire, recently took part in an information sharing session set up by the Chief Building Officials of Niagara (CBON) and the Niagara Home Building Industry. The session, hosted by the Niagara Region took place Feb. 6/2018. A mid-year growth report prepared by the Region identified that 2017 experienced positive […]

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How to travel on a shoestring budget

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How to travel on a shoestring budget

Don’t let limited funds dampen your curiosity or dreams of learning more about a new place and culture this year. Check out these smart and frugal travel tips for exciting international experiences. Be flexible with transportation. If you’re willing to take a red eye flight on a weeknight, you can probably score cheaper flights. When getting […]

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Appliance cord cause of Wainfleet house fire

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Appliance cord cause of Wainfleet house fire

An overheated electrical appliance cord from a freezer in the basement has been identified as the source of a house fire in Wainfleet Wednesday Feb. 14/2018. The residence is located at 11645 Highway 3 in Wainfleet. It was estimated that the fire caused approximately $200,000 in damage. “The call came in at 8:15 a.m. as […]

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Man charged after attempt to lure female to sex trade

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Man charged after attempt to lure female to sex trade

In September of 2017, a young adult female was allegedly approached at a local shopping establishment in the City of St. Catharines by a male who attempted to recruit her under the guise of employment. In subsequent communication, the offer changed to an attempt to recruit the female victim to the sex trade. On Tuesday […]

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City funding available to start up community gardens

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City funding available to start up community gardens

Looking to start up a new community garden or grow an existing one? The City of St. Catharines is offering funding to help community gardens take root. Incorporated charities and not-for-profit groups looking to build or expand a community garden can apply for matching funds from the City to cover up to half of eligible […]

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Brock student among 18 in Canada selected for CEO shadowing program

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Brock student among 18 in Canada selected for CEO shadowing program

Brock University press release – Olivia Poulin’s dream of becoming a CEO is much closer than she thought. The fourth-year business student from Brock University’s Goodman School of Business is one of 18 students selected from across Canada for a unique job shadowing program that matches top university students with CEOs of leading companies. The […]

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