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Meridian Community Centre capital campaign passes $3 million goal

Meridian Community Centre capital campaign passes $3 million goal

The Town of Pelham has received more than their goal of $3 million dollars for the Meridian Community Centre capital fundraising campaign. The announcement was made at the July 16/2018 meeting of Pelham Council. “The Town greatly appreciates the support from the community,” said Mayor Dave Augustyn in a press release. “It is heartwarming to […]

Fort Erie announces open-air burning ban

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Fort Erie announces open-air burning ban

The Town of Fort Erie has issued an open-air burning ban effective Monday, July 16/2018 until further notice. “With the prolonged hot and dry weather, and in the interest of public safety, the Town of Fort Erie has issued an indefinite ban on all open air burning including rural open-burns and backyard/beach fires effective July […]

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Bright lights and energy savings from LED upgrade

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Bright lights and energy savings from LED upgrade

The City’s investment in LED street lights has paid off with brighter roads and improved energy consumption. The LED conversion project started in November 2015 and wrapped up May 2018, seven months ahead of schedule. Out of the 14,791 street lights in St. Catharines, 13,823 are now LED, or roughly 93 per cent of all […]

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Rotary Park improvements unveiled

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Rotary Park improvements unveiled

Parks and trails add to the quality of life the community enjoys here in St. Catharines and recent improvements at Rotary Park continues the City’s work creating places everyone can enjoy. Recently, Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, Mayor Walter Sendzik, members of City Council and members of the Rotary Club of St. […]

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St. Catharines ends bottled water sales at City facilities

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St. Catharines ends bottled water sales at City facilities

In another move to protect the environment for future generations, the City of St. Catharines will no longer sell water in plastic bottles at City arenas, community centres and other City facilities. At Monday night’s City Council meeting, Council voted in favour of removing water sold in plastic water bottles from vending machines and concessions […]

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Confirmation of Fort Erie Transit One-Way Loop Transit System

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Confirmation of Fort Erie Transit One-Way Loop Transit System

Effective July 16,/2018 the Fort Erie Transit system will officially return to its previous one bus, one direction (clockwise), hourly service for the East Route (also known as the East Route #750), and the North Route (also known as the North Route #770). The only route with slight changes will be to the West Route […]

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