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Two people suffer serious burns during weekend kitchen fire

Two people suffer serious burns during weekend kitchen fire

Deputy Fire Chief Frank Biancucci urges residents to take care in the kitchen and cook safely after two people suffered serious burns due to a grease fire. The residents suffered injuries as a result of a fire at 623 Bunting Rd. Saturday, May 12 and were rushed to hospital. Biancucci said the residents were cooking […]

Celebrate a fireworks safe Victoria Day

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Celebrate a fireworks safe Victoria Day

Many St. Catharines residents will be celebrating Victoria Day with fireworks during the long weekend. But, Deputy Fire Chief Frank Biancucci cautions revelers to be safe, use common sense and follow the City’s rules for using fireworks. “From a safety perspective, we recommend residents attend a community fireworks display that is under the care of […]

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New policies will help guide growth in Port Dalhousie

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New policies will help guide growth in Port Dalhousie

New policies relating to how land is used and new buildings are designed and constructed in Port Dalhousie will be a key tool for the City of St. Catharines to balance new development with what residents love about the area. City Council adopted proposed policy changes to the City’s official plan that will put in […]

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Get emergency ready with Fire Services

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Get emergency ready with Fire Services

Millions of smartphones sounding off across the province at exactly the same time next week are going to be music to the ears of St. Catharines’ acting fire chief. An Ontario-wide test of the Alert Ready Emergency Alert System is planned for Monday, May 7 at 1:55 p.m. Alert Ready is a national emergency alert […]

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Saint Francis chaplain receives provincial chaplaincy award

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Saint Francis chaplain receives provincial chaplaincy award

Niagara Catholic is pleased to announce that Paul McGuire, Chaplaincy Leader at Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School in St. Catharines, is the 2018 recipient of the Brian J. Halferty Chaplaincy Award for Meritorious Service to Chaplaincy in the Province of Ontario. Awarded by the Catholic School Chaplains of Ontario (CSCO), the Brian J. Halferty Award […]

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Rain barrel sale and free tree giveaway

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Rain barrel sale and free tree giveaway

St. Catharines residents can improve their water conservation and reduce future energy costs at home with one stop at the Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre on Saturday, June 2/2018. The Rain Barrel Sale and Free Tree Giveaway is back: residents can help themselves to a free tree and buy a rain barrel at a discount […]

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