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Pelham’s Population Growth from the 1970s

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Pelham’s Population Growth from the 1970s

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – When I grew up and attended St. Alexander School, the Fonthill Plaza didn’t exist: no Shopper’s Drug Mart or Beer Store or Giant Tiger. In fact, I have distinct memories of walking through long grass and along a warn footpath to the […]

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Region announces $234,000 investment in Welland Canal’s fallen workers memorial

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Region announces $234,000 investment in Welland Canal’s fallen workers memorial

Regional Chair Alan Caslin announced Thursday June 8 that Regional Council has approved $234,000 in funding for the Welland Canal Fallen Workers Memorial to be constructed near Lock 3 at the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canal Centre in St. Catharines. The funding is provided through the Region’s Waterfront Investment Program. The memorial project, which has […]

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Unanimous Support for Inter-municipal Transit

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Unanimous Support for Inter-municipal Transit

Niagara’s local area municipalities have unanimously supported a Regional bylaw that grants the Region authority to establish, operate and maintain an inter-municipal transit system. This means Niagara Region can continue alongside St. Catharines, Niagara Falls and Welland in creating a single, consolidated transit system for Niagara. It also means Niagara Region Transit can begin to […]

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Pelham Slow Roll ready to ride

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Pelham Slow Roll ready to ride

Slow. Social. Fun. Welcome to the Pelham Slow Roll The Pelham Active Transportation Committee (PATC) welcomes riders of all ages and skill levels to take part in the Slow Roll’s inaugural ride on June 13, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. Taking place once a month from June to September, the Slow Roll is designed to celebrate […]

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Ontario wants your ideas on women’s economic empowerment

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Ontario wants your ideas on women’s economic empowerment

This post was originally published on this siteProvince launches survey on removing barriers for women Ontario is looking for input on the development of a provincial strategy to support the economic empowerment of women — so that all women and girls can achieve their full social and economic potential. Ontario is releasing an engagement paper […]

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Ontario transforming autism services for children and their families

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Ontario transforming autism services for children and their families

This post was originally published on this siteAll children and youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder eligible for new Ontario autism program The province is transforming the way that children and youth with autism, and their families, receive services and supports through the new Ontario Autism Program (OAP), beginning later this month. Minister of Children and […]

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