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S’No Parking lifted in St. Catharines

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S’No Parking lifted in St. Catharines

The City of St. Catharines has lifted S’No Parking which was in effect earlier this week due to a major snowstorm across Niagara. The City uses S’No Parking to urge residents to not park on the road during and after winter storms so crews can clear snow away more quickly. Stay in the know, not […]

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April Jeffs is hoping to serve for Niagara Centre at Queen’s Park

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April Jeffs is hoping to serve for Niagara Centre at Queen’s Park

Wainfleet Township Mayor April Jeffs is looking at a future of service at the provincial level. She announced Wednesday March 15 that she is seeking Ontario PC Party nomination in the new provincial Niagara Centre riding. The provincial election is scheduled for June 7/2018. The Niagara Centre Riding replaces the Welland riding which currently has […]

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St. Catharines ready to celebrate Canada 150

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St. Catharines ready to celebrate Canada 150

Mother Nature reminded us this week that it’s still winter, but the Canada 150 Anniversary Task Force and City staff are looking ahead to warmer weather and celebrations for our nation’s birthday. To mark Canada’s sesquicentennial anniversary the task force and the City are planning art shows, exhibits and explorations of buildings across the city, […]

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S’No Parking in effect in St. Catharines

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S’No Parking in effect in St. Catharines

Don’t park on City roads while snow plows are out The City of St. Catharines urges residents to not park on streets during and after the forecasted snow storm to help crews clear snow away more quickly. The City of St. Catharines declares S’No Parking to be in effect as of 4:30 p.m. Monday, March […]

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Top 100 festivals & events 2017 in Ontario announced

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Top 100 festivals & events 2017 in Ontario announced

Pelham Sumerfest, Canal Days Marine Heritage Festival, Grape and Wine Festival make list Included in the Top 100 are the Festivals & Events of Distinction, a select group which represent some of the most well-known and respected celebrations in the province; celebrations which draw both an international and domestic audience. “Festivals and events create jobs […]

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St. Catharines council passes 2017 budget

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St. Catharines council passes 2017 budget

City Council has approved the City of St. Catharines’ 2017 operating budget. As a result of the approved budget, property tax bills will go up by about 2.83 per cent over last year’s property tax bill, or about $93 a year for the average property owner with a home valued at $230,000, when regional and […]

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