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West Park enhancements promote healthy, active lifestyles

West Park enhancements promote healthy, active lifestyles

With a new splash pad, accessible playground and a collection of outdoor fitness equipment, the community has even more reason to enjoy West Park. Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, joined St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik Friday Sept. 22/2017 in turning on the water at the new splash pad and unveiling more than […]

Kiwanis Centre pools re-open this week

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Kiwanis Centre pools re-open this week

Jump in – pools at the St. Catharines Kiwanis Aquatics Centre will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 26 2017 with regular drop-in aquatics programs, including leisure swimming, aquafit and lane swimming. A full schedule of drop-in aquatic programs will be available shortly at www.stcatharines.ca/AquaticsCentre. To mark the re-opening of the pools, the City is hosting a […]

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Get creative at Culture Days in St. Catharines

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Get creative at Culture Days in St. Catharines

Get ready to get creative: Culture Days is set for Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 Local artists and cultural organizations are ready to bring downtown, Port Dalhousie and other areas of St. Catharines to life with a weekend full of workshops, live painting and drawing, poetry and other free hands-on activities. “We have a vibrant […]

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Smoke testing in south St. Catharines

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Smoke testing in south St. Catharines

Residents aren’t seeing things – that really is smoke coming out of the sewers. Smoke testing to check for issues with sanitary sewer lines began Sept. 19 and should wrap up by mid-October. Crews are currently in the area of Glendale Avenue to St. David’s Road, between Glenridge Avenue and Highway 406. Work should take […]

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City reminds students to be respectful and expect enforcement

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City reminds students to be respectful and expect enforcement

After a weekend of noise and by-law complaints from student parties, Mayor Sendzik met with representatives of Brock University, the Niagara Regional Police and City staff to enforce a message of zero-tolerance for disruptive student activities in St. Catharines. “The neighbourhoods of St. Catharines are home to many residents and families who deserve peace, safety […]

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City of St. Catharines wins national marketing awards

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City of St. Catharines wins national marketing awards

Campaigns promoting the Garden City as a great place to visit and do business have garnered the City of St. Catharines two prestigious Marketing Canada Awards from the Economic Development Association of Canada. The City received the Marketing Canada Award for best website from the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) for its new tourism […]

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