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Oakdale Ave. fire causes $300,000 damage

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Oakdale Ave. fire causes $300,000 damage

St. Catharines fire inspectors have determined that spilled chemicals, including fertilizer and chlorine for swimmin/g pools, that mixed and created a thermal reaction was the cause of the fire at 55 Oakdale Ave. on Wednesday Oct.18/2017. Crews responded to reports of the fire at the indoor industrial storage facility before 11 a.m. and had the […]

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2017 Trillium Awards honours St. Catharines green thumbs

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2017 Trillium Awards honours St. Catharines green thumbs

The City of St. Catharines recognized 13 properties with real curb appeal at the 2017 Trillium Awards. During a special reception at City Hall on Monday, Oct. 16, Mayor Walter Sendzik and members of City Council congratulated this year’s Trillium Award recipients. “Thank you to all of the nominees who work hard caring for their […]

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Temporary road closures in Port Dalhousie due to filming

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Temporary road closures in Port Dalhousie due to filming

Filming for the television series Anne (with an E) will lead to some temporary road closures and limited parking at Lakeside Park later this month. Set up, filming and tear down takes place from Oct. 16 to Nov.1. Production crews will begin using sections of the Lakeside Park parking lot on Monday, Oct. 16 to […]

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Enjoy the zombie apocalypse at the St. Catharines Museum

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Enjoy the zombie apocalypse at the St. Catharines Museum

Ring in the ‘zombie apocalypse’ at the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre’s next after-hours event. The St. Catharines Museum hosts Night of the Walking Dead Friday, Oct. 6 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Part of the Museums of Niagara Association’s First Fridays series of events, Night of the Walking Dead features live […]

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City set for strong economic growth with new strategy

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City set for strong economic growth with new strategy

As the St. Catharines economy continues to evolve, City Council has approved a new six year economic development strategy to help retain, grow and attract investment and employment to the community. The City’s 2017-2022 economic development strategy was approved by City Council at its meeting on Sept. 25. The strategy outlines 15 objectives and more […]

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Fire Prevention Week open house Sept. 30

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Fire Prevention Week open house Sept. 30

Your smoke alarm goes off in the middle of the night. There’s smoke in the hallway outside your bedroom. Do you know how to get out? What if flames are blocking your way? You only have seconds – do you know another way out? Acting Fire Chief Jeff McCormick encourages residents to mark Fire Prevention […]

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