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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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Fort Erie acquired $5.7 million in grant funding opportunities in 2017

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Fort Erie acquired $5.7 million in grant funding opportunities in 2017

In 2017, the Town of Fort Erie acquired $5.7 million in grant funding thanks to the efforts of the Town’s newly developed Grants Oversight Team (GOT). The GOT was formed in 2016 to review new grant funding opportunities from other governments and organizations and to follow-up on active applications. “We established the team to consolidate […]

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Let’s Get Active! Let’s Get Moving!

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Let’s Get Active! Let’s Get Moving!

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Early last month, it was an honour to travel to Nova Scotia, with Darren Ottaway, Town CAO, and Vickie vanRavenswaay, Director of Recreation, Culture and Wellness, to present at a special “Creating Active Communities Together” conference in Dartmouth. We were delighted and […]

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Port Dalhousie Secondary Plan meeting

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Port Dalhousie Secondary Plan meeting

St. Catharines City Council will review and consider the Port Dalhousie Secondary Plan and Heritage District Plan after a public meeting on Monday Apr. 9/2018 at City Hall. This is a continuation of the meeting that started on Jan. 15, 2018. The City Council meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and takes place in Council Chambers […]

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Feedback wanted on rental housing by-law

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Feedback wanted on rental housing by-law

St. Catharines residents are encouraged to share their opinions on the City’s proposed licencing by-law for rental properties. The City’s rental housing licencing by-law would require property owners of rental dwellings with four units or less to obtain a rental licence. The licencing program will increase safety for tenants living in rental units and ensure […]

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Free Wi-Fi access, smart kiosks coming to Downtown St. Catharines

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Free Wi-Fi access, smart kiosks coming to Downtown St. Catharines

The City of St. Catharines is partnering with Bell Canada on a pilot project to install touch-screen smart kiosks offering free Wi-Fi access, free charging stations, 9-1-1 emergency call buttons, interactive wayfinding signage, St. Catharines information and more in Downtown St. Catharines. City Council authorized an agreement last week allowing the smart kiosks to be […]

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