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Top 100 festivals & events 2017 in Ontario announced

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Top 100 festivals & events 2017 in Ontario announced

Pelham Sumerfest, Canal Days Marine Heritage Festival, Grape and Wine Festival make list Included in the Top 100 are the Festivals & Events of Distinction, a select group which represent some of the most well-known and respected celebrations in the province; celebrations which draw both an international and domestic audience. “Festivals and events create jobs […]

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Crash closes a block in Port Colborne

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Crash closes a block in Port Colborne

Main St. West between King and Elm Sts. in Port Colborne was closed for a short period Monday, March 6, after two trucks collided in the area. While no information has been released by Niagara Regional Police, they, Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services and Niagara EMS paramedics were called to the intersection of Main […]

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Port Colborne says “No” to racism

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Port Colborne says “No” to racism

Port Colborne came together Friday and said in one loud voice, “No” to racism, it’s not welcome in this city. Residents stood shoulder to shoulder in the Guild Hall at the rally organized by the Niagara AntiRacism Coalition in response to a hate crime that took place last week to two young people and their […]

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Fire service offering smoke alarm recycling program

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Fire service offering smoke alarm recycling program

Smoke alarms do not last forever, says Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services. That’s why it’s offering a smoke alarm recycling program. The fire service says smoke alarms need to be replaced every seven to 10 years. “Do not take your smoke alarms down, contact administration at 905-834-4512 (Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to […]

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Micro-brewery coming to downtown Port Colborne

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Micro-brewery coming to downtown Port Colborne

After a more than 100-year absence, a micro-brewery will be built in Port Colborne. Business owners Fred and Monica Davies announced they will be building The Breakwall Brewing Company in the downtown core and expect it to be open in the fall of this year. It will be located at 46 Clarence St., next to […]

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“Is $10 worth more than your family’s safety?”

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“Is $10 worth more than your family’s safety?”

Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services is stepping its smoke alarm program to combat a low level of compliance with the fire code plaguing the city. Fire Chief Tom Cartwright will be making a presentation to Port Colborne council on February 27 that includes strategies for regional public education, a home inspection schedule that will […]

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