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Strong support for inter-municipal transit

Strong support for inter-municipal transit

Councils approve recommendations towards consolidated transit service Niagara Region Council has signalled strong support for the future of inter-municipal transit in Niagara by endorsing in principle the creation of a consolidated transit system along with the municipalities of Niagara Falls, St. Catharines and Welland. This follows recent unanimous approvals from St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and […]

Public Open House for 2017 municipal drain maintenance program

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Public Open House for 2017 municipal drain maintenance program

On March 30th, from 7:00pm until 9:00pm the Township of Wainfleet will be holding a Public Open House at the Wainfleet Community Centre to present and discuss the 2017 maintenance program. The Township Wainfleet has over 250 kilometres of Municipal Drains which provide invaluable drainage, flood control, and other services to its rural landowners. Under […]

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New process for waiving special event fees

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New process for waiving special event fees

The City or St. Catharines is rolling out a new process to make it easier for local groups to apply to have fees waived for special events held in St. Catharines. Groups can now apply to have up to 50 per cent of City fees waived associated with running a single or multi-day event in […]

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Hefty fines for fire code violations

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Hefty fines for fire code violations

All homes must be protected by working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms says St. Catharines Fire Chief Dave Wood after a local landlord was fined $4,300 by the Ontario Court of Justice. Nick Atalick pleaded guilty to Ontario Fire Code violations for not having working smoke alarms in the basement and on the second […]

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Update to 2006 Parks & Open Space Master Plan approved by Council

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Update to 2006 Parks & Open Space Master Plan approved by Council

During the March 20 Council meeting, Town Council approved Staff’s recommendations to update the 2006 Parks and Open Space Master Plan. The Master Plan will provide a long range, comprehensive strategy for the future development, redevelopment and enhancement of Fort Erie’s parks, open space and trail network. “Research indicates that parks and green spaces not […]

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Ontario strengthens collective bargaining in education sector

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Ontario strengthens collective bargaining in education sector

This post was originally published on this siteProvince makes negotiations more flexible, transparent and consistent Ontario has strengthened its successful model for collective bargaining in the education sector by making it more flexible, transparent and consistent. Thursday March 23, the province passed amendments to the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act. Changes to the legislation – […]

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