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Missing Person- Andrew Parliament, Niagara Falls

Posted May 21st, 2017 in NRP, niagara falls

MISSING: Andrew is an Autistic white male, 5'6", approximately 120 lbs with hazel eyes and dirty blonde hair.

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Fireworks This Weekend

Fireworks This Weekend

Posted May 18th, 2017 in Connecting Niagara, Festivals and Events, welland, niagara falls, Holidays

Where the fireworks are happening this weekend.

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The ScaleUP Advisory Fund

The ScaleUP Advisory Fund

Posted May 16th, 2017 in Programs, Business, Careers / Jobs, niagara falls

The deadline for the second round of applications is May 19, 2017 and funding for the program is limited.

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"Give a Sheet" Linen Drive

Posted May 10th, 2017 in Festivals and Events, Programs, NRP, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls

The NRPS Chaplain and Auxiliary Unit are organizing the "Give a Sheet" Linen Drive for the Niagara Furniture Bank. The linen drive will take place on Saturday, May 20th, 2017.

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Niagara Falls Seeking Art Advisory Committee Member

Niagara Falls Seeking Art Advisory Committee Member

Posted Apr 12th, 2017 in Municipal, Culture, niagara falls

The role of the PAATF is to consult with staff, review materials, and make recommendations regarding potential acquisitions and dispositions of works from the collection.

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Students Could be Eligible for $3000 Grant to Start a Summer Business

Students Could be Eligible for $3000 Grant to Start a Summer Business

Posted Apr 10th, 2017 in Careers / Jobs, niagara falls

Students could be eligible for up to $3,000 from Summer Company! Students aged 15-29, and returning to school in the fall can apply for the grant

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Have Your Say: Provide your input into the future of transportation in Niagara

Have Your Say: Provide your input into the future of transportation in Niagara

Posted Feb 17th, 2017 in Municipal, Awareness, Programs, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls

Beginning on Feb. 21 the Region will be hosting its fourth series of Public Information Centres on the development of its Transportation Master Plan.

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“Dual Duty”: A Less Democratic, Out-of-Date Approach

“Dual Duty”: A Less Democratic, Out-of-Date Approach

Posted Jan 23rd, 2017 in Municipal, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls, fort erie, fonthill, port colborne, wainfleet

Do you think we should elect more full-time politicians in Niagara? People are asking thoughtful questions about the “dual duty, ward Councillor” proposal for the City of St. Catharines and Niagara Regional Councils.

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Donate these items to a holiday food drive near you

Donate these items to a holiday food drive near you

Posted Dec 19th, 2016 in Municipal, Awareness, Programs, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls, fort erie, fonthill, port colborne, wainfleet, Holidays

“While the food bank is grateful for any and all non-perishable donations, some are better than others,” explains Katharine Schmidt, executive director for Food Banks Canada.

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5 tips for safe winter driving

5 tips for safe winter driving

Posted Dec 11th, 2016 in Connecting Niagara, Awareness, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls, fort erie, fonthill, port colborne, wainfleet

Whether it's two feet of snow on the driveway or slush that turns a parking lot into a hockey rink, Canadians face some unpredictable harsh winter driving conditions.

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