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Fonthill East development progressing

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Fonthill East development progressing

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Mayor Dave Augustyn – Over the last two Wednesdays I presented updates about the developments in Fonthill East to residents of the senior’s apartments on Pelham Town Square. I thought I would share some of those updates here with you now. Summersides Boulevard: In this year’s […]

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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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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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Celebrate Seniors’ Month: Living Your Best Life

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Celebrate Seniors’ Month: Living Your Best Life

The Mayor’s Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Frank Campion – According to the 2016 Canada Statistics, 21.3% of Welland’s population consists of people 65 years-of-age or older. That’s a considerable difference to our 14 and under age group, which is 14.8%. Seniors are now surpassing our youth population. How does this affect or […]

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Donations “Overboard” at Ninth Annual Mayor’s Gala

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Donations “Overboard” at Ninth Annual Mayor’s Gala

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn Because of the generosity of sponsors, donors, and participants, the sold-out Ninth Annual Pelham Mayor’s Gala netted $23,600 for four worthy charities and groups! This past Saturday, community volunteers hosted the “Sail the Seven Seas” themed gala at Lookout Point Golf & Country Club. The Gala showcased […]

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Pelham Changing Through the Years

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Pelham Changing Through the Years

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn Since Statistics Canada recently released additional information from the 2016 Census, I thought I would write here about the demographics of Pelham. And, since they also provide information for communities from the 2011, 2006, 2001 and 1996 Census, one can compare the make-up and changes of our […]

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