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Work revitalizing Centennial Gardens continues

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Work revitalizing Centennial Gardens continues

The revitalization of Centennial Gardens continues with the construction of a new staircase, trail improvements and a new sun shelter beginning this week. The park improvements are part of a $920,000 project to revitalize Centennial Gardens in commemoration of Canada’s 150th anniversary and the park’s 50th year since opening. The Government of Canada contributed up […]

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Pelham’s Parkland Over-Dedication

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Pelham’s Parkland Over-Dedication

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Despite assurances that Town Council, staff, and professional advisors followed all appropriate laws and policies when dealing with a parkland over-dedication in East Fonthill, persistent questions still exist in the community. My column this week, therefore, explains how and why this type […]

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Re-thinking People, Place, and Connection

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Re-thinking People, Place, and Connection

The Mayor’s Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Mayor Frank Campion – Welland is growing and making better connections to residents, visitors, and stakeholders.  We have always been a social community inspired by tradition and the places we gather. Our relatives have shopped and socialized at the Welland Farmers’ Market since 1907, and we’ve celebrated […]

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Pelham Arena Lands Co-Design Workshop Part II

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Pelham Arena Lands Co-Design Workshop Part II

The Town of Pelham is pleased to invite residents to the second workshop on the Pelham Arena Lands Planning Study. The workshop will begin with a presentation summarizing the results of the evaluation of the five concepts generated, which include input from the June co-design workshop. Residents had an opportunity to review the five concepts […]

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Fort Erie transit route expansion postponed until Oct. 2

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Fort Erie transit route expansion postponed until Oct. 2

During the Aug. 28/2017 Council meeting, Council directed staff to update the proposed newly expanded bus routes to include a stop on Walmart property. Therefore, the Town will be postponing the launch of Fort Erie’s route expansion from Monday, Sept. 5 to Monday, Oct. 2. Over the next four weeks, Staff will be re-evaluating route […]

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New programs and old favourites in Welland’s Wellness Guide

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New programs and old favourites in Welland’s Wellness Guide

There are new programs popping up this fall at the Welland Community Wellness Complex (WCWC). All new and continuing programs can be found in the city’s newly released fall/winter Wellness Guide. Program participants will continue to enjoy their favourite programs, but also have the opportunity to try something new. Staff are happy to announce that […]

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