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Free Compost for Waste Reduction Week October 16 – 21, 2017

Posted Oct 17th, 2017 in Municipal, Home and Garden

October 16 to October 21 (while quantities last), residents of Niagara region can collect up to 3 bags of compost per household during regular business hours. Each bag of compost is 20 litres in size.

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Have Your Say: GO station area plans at Open Houses

Have Your Say: GO station area plans at Open Houses

Posted Oct 16th, 2017 in Municipal, Awareness, Programs

Niagara Region is holding a series of Open Houses to give residents the opportunity to review and ask questions about land use plans (Secondary Plans) that will guide development for the areas surrounding Niagara's four proposed GO Train station sites.

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How should Pelham use your money in 2018?

How should Pelham use your money in 2018?

Posted Oct 16th, 2017 in Municipal, fonthill

Do you have any suggestions on how the Town should use your money to improve our Town? Council will begin our 2018 budget process with a special public meeting where we listen to you and other members of the community about what you would like to see in next year’s and future budgets. That meeting will occur on Monday, October 23 at 6:30 PM in the Council Chamber at Town Hall.

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STOP workshops will be held in Welland, Grimsby and Thorold

STOP workshops will be held in Welland, Grimsby and Thorold

Posted Oct 14th, 2017 in Municipal, Programs, welland

Free quit smoking patches are available to Niagara residents for a limited time. The STOP (Smoking Treatment for Ontario Patients) Program offers eligible participants in Niagara five weeks of cost-free nicotine replacement therapy and smoking cessation information to help them in their quit attempt.

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Help Celebrate Waste Reduction Next Week in Niagara

Help Celebrate Waste Reduction Next Week in Niagara

Posted Oct 11th, 2017 in Municipal, Awareness, Programs, Contests, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls, fort erie, fonthill, port colborne, wainfleet

In recognition of Waste Reduction Week, October 16-22, Niagara Region will be offering free public tours, hosting an information booth and holding a contest to educate residents about the importance of waste reduction.

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Pumpkinville - Free Family Fun at Happy Rolph's

Pumpkinville - Free Family Fun at Happy Rolph's

Posted Oct 10th, 2017 in Municipal, Arts & Crafts, Festivals and Events, st. catharines

The City’s longest-running free family event takes place Saturday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Happy Rolph’s Animal Farm, 650 Read Rd. Hay diving, face painting, crafts, games, and more highlight this year’s Pumpkinville.

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Get a FREE Tree St. Catharines

Get a FREE Tree St. Catharines

Posted Oct 3rd, 2017 in Municipal, Programs, Home and Garden, st. catharines

“We heard loud and clear from residents that they value the benefits of having trees on their property,” said Ilyse Norton, development horticultural technician. “This is a way for us to make it a little easier for residents to plant new trees.”

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Comparing Pelham’s Household Income & Status

Comparing Pelham’s Household Income & Status

Posted Oct 2nd, 2017 in Municipal, fonthill

A couple of weeks ago, Statistics Canada released another round of data from the 2016 Census of Population. These new data provided information on individual, family and household income for various levels of geography and demographic groups.

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A Time to Give Thanks Welland

A Time to Give Thanks Welland

Posted Oct 2nd, 2017 in Municipal, welland

Thanksgiving is similar to community. In order for a community to thrive, work, determination, and planning must be put into motion. Welland has always been rich with residents who love this city, and are dedicated to create a better place for us all to live in.

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Discuss Fire Escape Plans at Fire Prevention Open House

Discuss Fire Escape Plans at Fire Prevention Open House

Posted Sep 28th, 2017 in Municipal, Awareness, st. catharines

"Time is precious during a house fire, so it’s important to know how to get out fast," said the acting fire chief. "Every second counts. Work with your family to create a home escape plan with two ways out of every room and a place to meet outside. Once you have an escape plan, practise it together so you all know where to go."

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