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Shoppers customers pitch in to help women in need

Shoppers customers pitch in to help women in need

Port Cares recently received a donation of $2918.00 from the customers of Shoppers Drug Mart in Port Colborne. The money donated is to be used to help women in need in the community with food, housing, access to counselling and vital services related to women’s health. “Susan Marshall, Pharmacist and owner of Shoppers Drug Mart […]

Pelham Panthers basketball ready for new home

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Pelham Panthers basketball ready for new home

When the new Pelham Community Centre opens next year, the Pelham Panthers Basketball Association’s long wait for a “home of their own” will finally come to a close. The association has engaged the youth of Pelham and beyond in the sport of basketball since the early 1970s. Generations have learned the sport playing in the […]

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Power outages planned for Port Colborne Saturday

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Power outages planned for Port Colborne Saturday

Some areas in Port Colborne are going to be affected by planned power outages Saturday Dec. 16/2017. In a notice to customers Canadian Niagara Power Inc. said “Canadian Niagara Power Inc. (“CNPI”), wishes to inform customers that we will be assisting a private contractor relocate an over-sized vessel in our Port Colborne service territory.” The […]

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Apply now to have special event fees waived

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Apply now to have special event fees waived

The City of St. Catharines invites organizations and event planners with special events in St. Catharines coming up in 2018 to apply to have their City fees waived. Organizations and event planners with events taking place between January and June 30, 2018 can apply now to have up to 50 per cent of the City […]

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St. Catharines kitchen fire causes $75,000 damage

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St. Catharines kitchen fire causes $75,000 damage

Deputy Fire Chief Frank Biancucci urges residents to make sure they protect themselves and their families with working smoke alarms after an early-morning kitchen fire on Monday, Dec. 11/2017. St. Catharines firefighters responded to reports of a kitchen fire at 22 Stanmary Dr. at 7 a.m. The deputy fire chief said crews extinguished the fire […]

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St. Catharines 2018 Budget available online

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St. Catharines 2018 Budget available online

Budget night is a week away but residents can view the entire draft budget online now at www.stcatharines.ca/budget The 2018 draft operating budget will be discussed at the Dec. 18 City Council Meeting. Residents wishing to speak at the meeting about the budget are encouraged to register with the Office of the City Clerk by calling […]

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