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Fun-for-all at Jumpstart Games day

Fun-for-all at Jumpstart Games day

It was a fun-for-all Thursday Apr. 27 at the Jumpstart Games day put on by Canadian Tire Financial Services for over 300 public school kids at Youngs Sportsplex in Welland. Jumpstart is a national charity that helps Canadian kids age 4 – 18 from financially challenged families get into sports. Jumpstart Games day allows children who […]

Creative local high school students Green Art showcased

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Creative local high school students Green Art showcased

The 8th Annual Green Art Show showcasing original art by students from Port Colborne and Lakeshore High School students took place this past weekend in the Great Hall at Lakeshore. There were 60 entries were on display for the public to view. There was everything from a Gecco made out of a wrench, a spartan, […]

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Port High students test drive careers

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Port High students test drive careers

Forty eight students from Port Colborne High School can be found all over our community during the school day. Whether they are assisting patients at the Welland Hospital, welding at Oskam Steel, or preparing your lunch at The Smokin’ Buddha, the PCHS students are working hard to gain experience in a career they may possibly pursue […]

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Ontario reducing class sizes, boosting special education

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Ontario reducing class sizes, boosting special education

This post was originally published on this siteNew labour agreements ensure stability for students and families Ontario is boosting its support for students and families across the province by reducing class sizes, providing new support for students with special education needs, and ensuring labour stability for at least two more years. Mitzie Hunter, Minister of […]

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Community support first on the menu at SoupFest

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Community support first on the menu at SoupFest

The community came together Thursday Apr. 6 to break some bread, enjoy some soup and entertainment and support those who are in need in the community. “It has been an awesome day,” Port Cares executive director Christine Clark Lafleur said. “There has been such a tremendous response from the community on such a rainy and […]

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Lakeshore student bakers rise to the test

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Lakeshore student bakers rise to the test

Rising with the yeast, another top-notch baker is assisting and helping future baking students rise to the test at Lakeshore Catholic School. Anita Armenti-Nadon, owner of La Dolce Vita Bakery in Port Colborne, has been volunteering her time at her alma mater school to assist with the High Skills Competitions. Two students Jayne Inouye and […]

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