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A Year in Review and A Year Yet to Come

A Year in Review and A Year Yet to Come

The Mayor’s Report with Port Colborne Mayor John Maloney By Mayor John Maloney – 2016 was a very busy year in the City of Port Colborne. Both industrial and residential development have been expanding helping to grow our assessment and provide additional tax revenue. City Council has been very proactive in maintaining our core infrastructure […]

Port Colborne launches first Arts & Culture Master Plan

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Port Colborne launches first Arts & Culture Master Plan

At its meeting on May 9, 2016 Council adopted the City of Port Colborne Arts & Culture Master Plan. In developing the plan, Port Colborne joins leading municipalities across Canada in acknowledging the increasingly important role arts, culture and creative industries play in developing prosperous, diversified economies, and enhancing quality of life. The Arts & […]

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Port Colborne Hornets receive special honours in Council

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Port Colborne Hornets receive special honours in Council

The members of the Port Colborne Hornets Major Bantam Girls (U14) received special honours at Tuesday night’s regular meeting of Port Colborne Council. The team was recognized for recently bringing home the Ontario Cup as champions in their division. The championship games were held Apr. 15-17 in Brampton. The Hornets won their division after narrowly […]

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Port Council to ask Region for better bus service for students

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Port Council to ask Region for better bus service for students

In a letter to Port Colborne Council, the Port Colborne Transit Advisory Committee asked for better bus services for students in Port Colborne going to Brock University and Niagara College. The letter submitted to council last Monday from the Transit Advisory Committee read “That Council request the Region to investigate a functional transit system that […]

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Port Colborne Wave girl’s hockey team honoured in council

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Port Colborne Wave girl’s hockey team honoured in council

The Port Colborne Midget/Intermediate girls Wave hockey team was recognized in last Monday’s regular meeting of Port Colborne council for their undefeated regular season play in the Greater Hamilton Girls Hockey League. “This is the first year the girls were in the Greater Hamilton Girls Hockey League,” Deputy Mayor Bea Kenny said. “Through their regular […]

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Port Colborne to investigate licensing of door-to-door salespeople

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Port Colborne to investigate licensing of door-to-door salespeople

The City of Port Colborne council has directed staff to begin an investigation into a procedure that will hopefully alleviate the problem of door-to-door salespeople in the community. The issue was first brought up by Deputy Mayor Bea Kenny in Tuesday night’s regular meeting of council during the mayor’s remarks. “We have been notified by […]

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