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Museum launches online portal to its collection

Museum launches online portal to its collection

City of St. Catharines press release – The St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre continues to find new ways to connect residents with the community’s history, launching eMuseum, an online portal providing access to thousands of objects from the museum’s collection. eMuseum launched March 18, and is a new public digital initiative that provides […]

Practical, helpful baby shower gifts for first-time moms

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Practical, helpful baby shower gifts for first-time moms

Attending a baby shower for a first-time parent? Chances are that your mom friend is probably stressing over what she needs for when baby arrives. When shopping for that perfect shower gift, look for practical items that can help make her new life a little bit easier: A thermometer: Thermometers are an item that many parents […]

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A Case of way too many William Thomases

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A Case of way too many William Thomases

Our latest column from William Thomas So I get this e-mail from William Cane which again reminds me that in this world there are far too many Williams, Bills, Wills, Willys, Slick Willys, Bad Billys and Williams of every size, shape and colour including William of Orange. Somewhere there’s a British royal who prefers growing […]

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Jigsaw Puzzle: Jellyfish, Lake Palau

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Jigsaw Puzzle: Jellyfish, Lake Palau

This week’s Jigsaw Puzzle is called “Jellyfish, Lake Palau” from the Jigsaw Planet.

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City powering down for Earth Hour

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City powering down for Earth Hour

City of St. Catharines press release – The City of St. Catharines is joining with communities around the world and celebrating Earth Hour in the dark on Saturday, March 30/2019. The City will be powering down all non-essential lighting and electronics at City Hall and Market Square to raise awareness about climate change. Residents are […]

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Town of Pelham receives $725,000 from provincial government

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Town of Pelham receives $725,000 from provincial government

Town of Pelham press release – The Town of Pelham has received a $725,000 one-time investment from the provincial government to be allocated to municipal services. In a letter from the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Steve Clark, it is stated that the funds are unconditional, though intended to help modernize service delivery and […]

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