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Pelham Community will enjoy a Truly Local Banking Alternative in 2017

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Pelham Community will enjoy a Truly Local Banking Alternative in 2017

In response to a growing community of members, and an evolving truly local neighbourhood brand, PenFinancial Credit Union is pleased to announce that they will be building a new branch at the Marketplace Development in Fonthill. Construction of a boutique-style branch on Highway 20 will begin in the Spring of 2017 with the goal of […]

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Four new Welland businesses celebrate grand openings

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Four new Welland businesses celebrate grand openings

Last Friday four brand new businesses hosted their grand opening ceremonies at the Welland Galleria on East Main St. in Welland, the former People’s store. Anjou boutique featuring quality clothing for voluptuous and fuller women, Tre B’s Niagara’s newest destination for the gamer, ill!Headquarters (HQ) Welland’s premier vape shop and Studio Cassavoy featuring the work […]

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New Biz: La Dolce Vita Bakery

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New Biz: La Dolce Vita Bakery

From six years in film and television to a Red Seal Certified Pastry Chef baking bread and sweet treats. That is exactly what Anita Armenti-Nadon did. She left her job as a video editor for a TV network in Toronto as she felt like something was missing and she realized money was not everything. Heading […]

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Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore a solution for businesses

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Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore a solution for businesses

What do you do with the furniture from a variety of model homes once your business has completed building in that community? You call Habitat for Humanity Niagara’s ReStore of course! That’s what Sid Kerrigan, President of the Ontario division of Brookfield Residential Homes, did once they finished their work at The Village in Niagara-on-the-Lake […]

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Kestrels as crop cops? It’s an award-winning idea

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Kestrels as crop cops? It’s an award-winning idea

Brock University press release – A project involving Brock University researchers — in which kestrels protect orchards and vineyards from fruit-eating birds — has won a prestigious award from the Ontario government. Each year Ontario growers lose more than $24-million worth of fruit to wild birds. Seeking ways to protect crops, the Ontario Fruit and […]

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Helping Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses Grow and Compete Globally

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Helping Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses Grow and Compete Globally

This post was originally published on this siteNew Programs Part of Ontario’s Business Growth Initiative Ontario is introducing two new programs to support job creation and economic growth by helping small- and medium-sized businesses across the province compete globally and keep pace with rapid technological change. Wednesday, Brad Duguid, Minister of Economic Development and Growth, […]

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