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Protect yourself from tick bites

This post was originally published on this siteLearn how to reduce your risk of Lyme Disease Ontario is encouraging people to protect themselves from tick bites and reduce the risk of Lyme disease when spending time outdoors. “After a long winter, Ontarians are looking forward to being outside and enjoying activities like hiking, gardening or […]

Niagara Region launches Glendale Niagara District Plan study

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Niagara Region launches Glendale Niagara District Plan study

Niagara Region has initiated work on the Glendale Niagara District Plan study. Prepared in cooperation with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and the City of St. Catharines, the district plan establishes a vision for future development in the area surrounding the Glendale Avenue/Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) interchange. The study area covers 700 hectares and includes the […]

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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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Fort Erie Transit reverts back to one-way loop Transit System

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Fort Erie Transit reverts back to one-way loop Transit System

On October 2, 2017, the Town of Fort Erie launched an enhanced transit system with the assistance of a newly formed Transit Advisory Committee (TAC). TAC met regularly over the past seven months and provided feedback to Staff regarding changes that were made to the transit system. The changes included: Expanded routes in Fort Erie, […]

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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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Pelham Cleared – Yet Again

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Pelham Cleared – Yet Again

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn Town Council was relieved and pleased last week after Pelham had again been cleared of further allegations of wrongdoing regarding our finances. First, a letter from Municipal Affairs Minister Bill Mauro indicated that the Province will not conduct a provincial municipal audit. You will recall that in […]

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