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Founder of global #ErasingHate movement to speak at Brock

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Founder of global #ErasingHate movement to speak at Brock

Brock University press release – For many years, Brock alumnus Corey Fleischer (BA ’06) struggled to determine what he wanted to do with his life. But all that changed one fateful day on his way to a power-washing job in the suburbs of Montreal. “I was sitting in my truck at a red light when […]

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Help shape the visitor experience at the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre

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Help shape the visitor experience at the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre

City of St. Catharines press release – The St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre is calling out to the community for feedback about its new interpretive plan. The museum is working with consultants from Haley Sharpe Design on a new interpretive plan, which will shape the visitor experience and how the museum shares its […]

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New pilot project boosts senior wellness in St. Catharines

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New pilot project boosts senior wellness in St. Catharines

Niagara College press release – A community of local seniors are getting fitter, stronger and a boost of confidence, with a little help from Niagara College. A new pilot project is bringing fitness expertise from the College to Radiant Care’s Tabor Manor in St. Catharines. Recent graduates from the College, as well as students on […]

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Central Fire Hall cleaned up and ready for more

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Central Fire Hall cleaned up and ready for more

Central Fire Hall in Welland was a hive of activity Saturday, March 9/2019, as volunteers cleaned out the building from top to bottom. “It’s been fabulous, we got a lot done,” said Central Station Education Initiative vice chair Claire Masswohl Saturday. “Everybody worked so hard.” “We took care of the peeling paint and swept up […]

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Summerfest a top-100 event for fifth year in a row

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Summerfest a top-100 event for fifth year in a row

Town of Pelham press release – For the fifth time in as many years, Pelham’s marquee summer showcase, Summerfest, is a Festival & Events Ontario (FEO) top-100 festival and event. Announced on February 28/2019, during the annual FEO conference, Summerfest is one of just five festivals and events in Niagara to receive the distinction. “The community […]

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Brock business school increasing accessibility to community services

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Brock business school increasing accessibility to community services

Brock University press release – To enhance its longstanding relationship with the Niagara community, the Goodman School of Business at Brock University is making community services more accessible through the establishment of Goodman Group. The move will bring together programming for Niagara businesses, students and the broader Brock community, providing them direct access to a full […]

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