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Welland partners with Niagara College on landfill remediation project

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Welland partners with Niagara College on landfill remediation project

The City of Welland, Dillon Consulting, and Niagara College are embarking on an exciting year-long project together to create an Atlas Landfill Remediation Concept Plan (ALRCP) for the retired landfill site on Woodlawn Road. Commencing the project in June 2017, the college’s School of Environmental & Horticultural Studies (SEHS) will collaborate with City of Welland […]

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Community Centre Recap about Indoor Pool, Twin-Pad & Fitness Machines

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Community Centre Recap about Indoor Pool, Twin-Pad & Fitness Machines

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn Since some people asked me recently about certain elements of the Pelham Community Centre, I thought I would also answer their questions here. Business Case: As you know, recreational and cultural services in Pelham was at a “log-jam” for decades. Numerous consultant reports outlined great desires and […]

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Roster of renowned speakers to headline Niagara VegFest

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Roster of renowned speakers to headline Niagara VegFest

A powerful lineup of speakers, renowned throughout North America as advocates for compassionate, plant-based lifestyles, will take to the podium at Niagara VegFest in St. Catharines, Ont., this Sunday. Sharon Mann, Canadian fitness presenter of the year, will get things started a noon with her talk “Stronger Every Day.” Mann adopted a plant-based diet after […]

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City’s new tourism website highlights experiences in St. Catharines

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City’s new tourism website highlights experiences in St. Catharines

A refreshed tourism website for St. Catharines makes it easy for visitors to map their adventures here in #OurHomeSTC. Tourism St. Catharines launched the new website in conjunction with Ontario Tourism Week (May 29 to June 3) to promote the experiences and attractions here in the Garden City. Check out the website at www.tourismstcatharines.ca. “The […]

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Lucky draw goes on without ducks

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Lucky draw goes on without ducks

For the first time in 20 years, the Kiwanis plastic ducks will not be racing down Port Dalhousie Harbour this Father’s Day but the community can still win great prizes as part of the Kiwanis Club of St. Catharines’ annual Propack Kiwanis Duck Race. City staff, in consultation with the Kiwanis Club of St. Catharines, […]

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Mayor Sendzik and MP Bittle meet with Fisheries and Oceans Minister

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Mayor Sendzik and MP Bittle meet with Fisheries and Oceans Minister

Discuss the importance of Port Dalhousie piers St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik and MP Chris Bittle brought the importance of the Port Dalhousie piers to Ottawa. The Mayor and MP met with Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, to discuss the importance of repairing the federally-owned Port Dalhousie piers. […]

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