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Celebrate revitalization of Centennial Gardens

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Celebrate revitalization of Centennial Gardens

The community is invited to celebrate Centennial Gardens and recent enhancements to the park at a special ceremony at the downtown park at noon on Saturday, June 16/2018. Chris Bittle, Member of Parliament for St. Catharines, Niagara Regional Chair Alan Caslin, Mayor Walter Sendzik and members of City Council invites the community to celebrate the […]

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Welland Mayor and senior staff heading to Ottawa

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Welland Mayor and senior staff heading to Ottawa

Welland Mayor Frank Campion, CAO Gary Long, and Director of Economic Development Dan Degazio will be in Ottawa next week for meetings with federal officials to advance the City’s interests. The following meetings are confirmed: The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) – Green Municipal Fund Transport Canada, Real Property […]

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Buchanan House land visioning session

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Buchanan House land visioning session

The City of St. Catharines is calling out to the community for help shaping the future of the parkland around the historic Buchanan House. The City wants to meet with residents to learn more about their ideas about how to use the Niagara Street green space during two visioning sessions set for later this month: […]

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LED streetlight conversion saves Town over $320K

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LED streetlight conversion saves Town over $320K

sIn 2016, the Town of Fort Erie converted 3,175 streetlights to LED (light-emitting diodes). The conversion resulted in $323,063 energy consumption and maintenance savings in 2017 when compared to 2015 results. “The project is expected to pay for itself in 7.5 years based on the current energy price. Since LED streetlights have a life expectancy […]

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WIFC launches new program for volunteers

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WIFC launches new program for volunteers

The Welland International Flatwater Centre (WIFC) is launching a generous new program that has the ability to allocate a total of $15,000 in stipend funds to local non-profit community groups. In order to create a more compelling volunteer program and help benefit organizations in need, the WIFC is giving back to local community groups in […]

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City honours 2018 Arts Awards recipients

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City honours 2018 Arts Awards recipients

The 2018 St. Catharines Arts Awards celebrated the outstanding contributions of the arts community and will go down as a night to remember. The City of St. Catharines honoured its 2018 Arts Awards recipients Monday, June 4/2018, during a special event at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, the City’s home for arts and culture in […]

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