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City of Welland celebrates Volunteer Week

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City of Welland celebrates Volunteer Week

According to volunteer.ca, 12.7 million people are making a difference across Canada through their volunteer efforts. Volunteer Week is April 15-21/2018 and the City of Welland is looking forward to celebrating all of the amazing volunteers who make a difference in our community. The City of Welland has a generous pool of volunteers who assist […]

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Meridian Community Centre spaces now available for renting

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Meridian Community Centre spaces now available for renting

With substantial completion less than two months away, bookings for renting space in the new Meridian Community Centre are now being accepted. Enquiries about renting spaces in the 143,120 square foot facility has been ongoing, dating back to mid-2017. Booking space in the community centre follows the same workflow as all other Town-owned facility rentals: […]

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Students wanted to run their own businesses this summer

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Students wanted to run their own businesses this summer

Hey students, want to add CEO to your resume this summer? If you have a great business idea and are returning to school in the fall we can help make that happen. Applications are open for Summer Company, a provincial program helping students start their own businesses. Summer Company offers students ages 15 to 29 […]

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Welland honoured with Ontario Age-Friendly Award

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Welland honoured with Ontario Age-Friendly Award

The City of Welland is one of the communities in Ontario selected to receive an Ontario Age-Friendly Community Recognition Award. The prestigious award was presented to Doug Rapelje, Past Chair of the Welland Senior Citizens Advisory Committee (WSCAC), on behalf of the City of Welland and WSCAC. The award was presented by the Honourable Dipika […]

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Community Clean-up Days, tree planting, keeps Pelham green

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Community Clean-up Days, tree planting, keeps Pelham green

Residents of Pelham are being challenged to keep their community green. From April 19-21/2018, ‘Community Clean-up Days’, as its known in the Town of Pelham, invites students, businesses, and the community at large to keep their spaces clean and free of garbage. Whether a business’ store front area, a school’s park, or a community area […]

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Wainfleet Fire Chief leaving for other opportunities

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Wainfleet Fire Chief leaving for other opportunities

The Township of Wainfleet is looking for another Fire Chief after Interim Fire Chief Lee Smith has decided to pursue other opportunities. A press release from the Township of Wainfleet issued on Apr. 10/2018 said that Smith will be leaving his role as of Tuesday Apr. 10/2018. “During his tenure, Chief Smith spearheaded tangible steps […]

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