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Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament donates $10,000 to Gillian’s Place

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Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament donates $10,000 to Gillian’s Place

Mayor Walter Sendzik and the Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament committee have made a $10,000 donation Tuesday Dec. 5/2017 to Gillian’s Place from the proceeds of the summer tournament. The donation will assist Gillian’s Place in providing necessary items and programs for women and children seeking safety and support at the St. Catharines shelter. “For 40 […]

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Minister announces funding for Great Lakes protection

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Minister announces funding for Great Lakes protection

Earlier this week, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna announced that the Government of Canada will be investing $44.84 million for the Great Lakes Protection Initiative. This funding is part of the $70.5 million of new funding that was earmarked in Budget 2017 for freshwater protection. The funding from this weeks’ announcement […]

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Pelham Council appoints James Lane to vacant Ward 1 seat

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Pelham Council appoints James Lane to vacant Ward 1 seat

A familiar face is once again serving on Pelham Town Council. James Lane, filling the vacant Ward 1 seat, was officially sworn in at the Dec. 4/2017 meeting of Town Council. Now his third time sitting on Council, Lane says it is just a matter of getting back into the swing of things as a […]

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Another seat or start reform?

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Another seat or start reform?

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – This Thursday, Regional Council will host a public meeting and consider a bylaw to add an additional member. This would bring Council to a total of 31 members, plus the Regional Chair. In addition to the 12 Mayors, our governing body currently […]

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Wainfleet welcomes new interim Fire Chief

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Wainfleet welcomes new interim Fire Chief

Following several changes in the past year, the Wainfleet Volunteer Fire Department continued to move forward Monday Dec. 4/2017 as they welcome their new interim Fire Chief, Lee Smith. Joining the Niagara Falls Fire Department in 1988 as a firefighter, Lee also held the roles of Fire Prevention Officer and Captain and was promoted to […]

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One person sent to hospital after kitchen fire Sunday

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One person sent to hospital after kitchen fire Sunday

The cause of an early morning apartment fire that sent one person to hospital is still under investigation by the Office of the Ontario Fire Marshal and St. Catharines Fire and Emergency Services. St. Catharines firefighters responded to reports of a kitchen fire in the main floor unit at 108 Lowell Ave. at 6:22 a.m. […]

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