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Niagara moves forward with Smart Cities Challenge submission

Niagara moves forward with Smart Cities Challenge submission

Niagara has taken a collective step forward in the federal government’s Smart Cities Challenge. Niagara’s 13 municipalities, with the support of its community partners, submitted an application with Infrastructure Canada that sets in motion a strategy to increase the sense of belonging among residents. A sense of belonging is vital to the well-being and prosperity […]

Flower pot program blooming again for local businesses

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Flower pot program blooming again for local businesses

The City of St. Catharines and the City’s Green Advisory Committee is offering its annual flower pot program again this year. Businesses can rent professionally designed and planted 27-inch pots filled with beautiful pink and white flowers and plants that will be perfect to set out in front of stores, offices and other businesses. Visit […]

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Mayor Sendzik forms working group to review residential rental licencing

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Mayor Sendzik forms working group to review residential rental licencing

A new Mayor’s working group is being formed to look at the residential rental licencing by-law proposed for the city. Mayor Walter Sendzik announced the formation of a new working group at Monday night’s council meeting in response to the public feedback and comments received at the April 17 Draft Rental Housing Licencing By-Law open […]

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Pelham Lowest Water and Sewer Charges Again

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Pelham Lowest Water and Sewer Charges Again

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – I am delighted that Council is set to approve a water and waste water budget at our next meeting where Pelham’s charges will be the lowest across Niagara again. While we plan to increase the fixed component slightly, this change will mean […]

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More long-term care beds for Welland Francophone seniors

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More long-term care beds for Welland Francophone seniors

Ontario supporting seniors, caregivers and families with 30,000 new beds across the province Ontario is creating 66 new long-term care beds in Welland to help seniors better access high-quality care and continue to live happy and healthy lives. Residents of the Foyer Richelieu will have access to French-speaking services, which will support better communications with […]

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Renowned community builder speaking in St. Catharines

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Renowned community builder speaking in St. Catharines

Sylvia Cheuy, internationally recognized community builder and facilitator, will speak at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre Friday, April 27/2018 as part of Building Authentic Engagement, a workshop exploring what’s possible when residents and community leaders share a vision for their future. Cheuy, consulting director of the Tamarack Institute’s Collective Impact Idea Area, will discuss key […]

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