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Russell Ave. Community Centre to be repainted

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Russell Ave. Community Centre to be repainted

The Russell Avenue Community Centre in St. Catharines will temporarily close while the City freshens up the facility with a new coat of paint. The renovations begin Wednesday, Dec. 6 and includes some minor wall repairs and the painting of the front foyer, lobby, main-floor assembly room and the second-floor meeting room. The Russell Avenue […]

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Season’s Greetings from City Hall

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Season’s Greetings from City Hall

December is one of the most exciting and awaited months of the year. As Canadians, we learn to embrace December because it delivers winter and all the amazing benefits that a Canadian winter has to offer. December gives us the opportunity to get back on the ice, take the family tobogganing, and teach the kids […]

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Walking/jogging track receives support from Portal Village

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Walking/jogging track receives support from Portal Village

The Vale Health & Wellness Centre’s Walking/Jogging Track received new naming rights Monday Nov. 27/2017 in recognition of the generous donation provided by the Community of Portal Village for a 10-year term. “The Vale Health & Wellness Centre has become a valuable part of the Port Colborne community and is used by many members of […]

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Canadians get affordable housing help

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Canadians get affordable housing help

All Canadians need and deserve housing that is safe and affordable. A home makes Canadians feel more secure, making it easier to raise healthy children, pursue an education, and gain employment. Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, shared details […]

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Museum launches annual Mitten Tree

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Museum launches annual Mitten Tree

The St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre is calling on the community to join in its woolly stand against the cold. From Saturday, Nov. 25/2017 to Sunday, Jan. 7/2018 the museum will collect warm woolly mittens, hats, scarves, socks and other gently used winter clothing for families and children in need through its annual […]

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Niagara Paramedic recipient of inaugural award

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Niagara Paramedic recipient of inaugural award

Niagara Emergency Medical Services International Trauma Life Support Team (ITLS) recently competed at the ITLS competition, taking second place, only six points behind Toronto EMS. This prestigious international trauma conference and competition is judged by trauma care specialists from around the world, and scoring is extremely detailed for each simulated trauma scenario. The Niagara EMS […]

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