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Community Cleanup Challenge begins in Pelham

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Community Cleanup Challenge begins in Pelham

Businesses, schools, and residents in Pelham are being asked to pitch in to help take out the trash. From April 20-22 the Town will be hosting community cleanup days, with each day challenging the different groups to help keep Pelham beautiful. The corporate challenge kicks the campaign off, with local businesses minding their storefronts and […]

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City dissolving WRCC, moving forward with new plan

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City dissolving WRCC, moving forward with new plan

The City of Welland has voted to dissolve the WRCC and have begun to move forward with a new plan. The recreational waterway will now fall under the domain of the City of Welland operations managed by the City’s Recreation and Culture Division. Staff from this division and Public Works and Parks will be taking […]

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Pelham Community Centre financing topic of discussion

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Pelham Community Centre financing topic of discussion

The Town of Pelham is hosting an evening with the experts to discuss the financing of the new Pelham Community Centre. “As part of the Town of Pelham’s commitment to providing residents updates and information on all matters relating to the Town, we invite you to ask your questions to our panel of experts as […]

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Ontario investing in repairs and upgrades at Community Living St. Catharines

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Ontario investing in repairs and upgrades at Community Living St. Catharines

This post was originally published on this siteProvince supporting people with developmental disabilities Ontario is investing in repairs, renovations and upgrades at Community Living St. Catharines, which provides supports for 415 people with developmental disabilities. Dr. Helena Jaczek, Minister of Community and Social Services toured the agency today with Jim Bradley, MPP for St. Catharines […]

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Specialty care benefits from Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament

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Specialty care benefits from Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament

Mayor Walter Sendzik and members of the Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament organizing committee have made a $50,000 donation to the Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Foundation. The donation of proceeds of the 2015 and 2016 golf tournaments will go towards a new virtual fitness centre for physical rehabilitation assessment and therapy at the Hotel […]

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City not selling water filters door-to-door

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City not selling water filters door-to-door

Residents should be on alert for door-to-door salespeople claiming to be authorized by the City to install water filters. The City of St. Catharines does not authorize organizations to sell or install water filters on its behalf. “Residents should always ask to see ID when someone presents themselves as being from the City,” says Mark […]

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