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2018 Arts Awards nominations open

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2018 Arts Awards nominations open

Nominations for the 2018 St. Catharines Arts Awards are now open. Help the City of St. Catharines celebrate arts in the community by nominating a local artist or arts champion in one of five award categories. Local artists, residents, businesses and organizations are eligible to be nominated for awards in the following categories: The Arts […]

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Looking Forward in 2018

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Looking Forward in 2018

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Happy New Year Pelham! Council, Staff and I look forward to 2018 as a year of social, cultural, recreational, and economic growth in the Town – moving us closer to being the most vibrant, innovative and caring community in Niagara. Last year […]

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St. Catharines warming centres to stay open through Saturday

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St. Catharines warming centres to stay open through Saturday

Due to the continued cold weather system in Niagara the City of St. Catharines has extended the days that the warming centres in St. Catharines will be open. “The City’s warming centres at Market Square and the Russell Avenue Community Centre will remain open this week to welcome anyone who needs a place to keep […]

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2017: A Year in Review

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2017: A Year in Review

The Mayor’s Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Mayor Frank Campion – Happy New Year Welland! Council and staff look forward to rolling out the city’s 2018 Invest in Welland Budget. There are some interesting developments on the horizon that we anticipate will grow our economy, and continue to nurture social and economic growth […]

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Warming centres set up in St. Catharines

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Warming centres set up in St. Catharines

The City of St. Catharines has opened up its warming centres and set up additional centres which are available to anyone who needs to escape the elements during the current cold snap. “The City is designating Market Square and the Russell Avenue Community Centre as warming centres, places residents can go to warm up, for […]

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Welland commits to Walk21

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Welland commits to Walk21

Mayor Frank Campion signed The Walk21 International Charter for Walking earlier this past week with support from Harold Sawchuk, Welland Active Transportation Advisory Committee Chair. The Charter is a common policy reference through which cities, organizations, neighbourhood groups, and community members express a commitment to encourage everyday walking and better walkability in their communities. The […]

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