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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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2% Budget Guidance Approved at Regional Council For 2018

Posted Jul 8th, 2017 in Municipal, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls, fort erie, fonthill, port colborne, wainfleet

"As Chair of the Budget Review Committee, this 2% guidance demonstrates how taxpayer affordability continues to be top-of-mind for both Regional Councillors and staff."

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Excessive Heat Alert has been issued today, June 11, 2017, by Niagara Region Public Health

Excessive Heat Alert has been issued today, June 11, 2017, by Niagara Region Public Health

Posted Jun 11th, 2017 in Awareness, seniors, welland, st. catharines, niagara falls, fort erie, fonthill, port colborne, wainfleet, Pets

Niagara residents are advised to take extra precautions during episodes of extreme heat and humidity.

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79TH LYNTON DAVIES SPRING TEA AND VENDOR FAIR

79TH LYNTON DAVIES SPRING TEA AND VENDOR FAIR

Posted May 4th, 2017 in Arts & Crafts, Festivals and Events, port colborne

Residents of the Niagara Regions are invited to join the 79th Lynton Davies Air Cadet Squadron at the Spring Tea and Vendor Fair. 10am-3pm St. Peter’s Lutheran Church 200 Erie Street, Port Colborne ON L3K 4M

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“Dual Duty”: A Less Democratic, Out-of-Date Approach

“Dual Duty”: A Less Democratic, Out-of-Date Approach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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Police Trying to Identify Port Colborne E-bike Rider

Posted Oct 1st, 2016 in NRP, port colborne

Uniform officers from Port Colborne are attempting to identify a male involved in a suspicious persons complaint in the area of Highland Avenue, west of Steele Street, on the morning of September 30, 2016.

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Port Colborne Community Garden Will Grow in More Ways than One

Port Colborne Community Garden Will Grow in More Ways than One

Posted Sep 17th, 2016 in Municipal, Programs, Health, Home and Garden, port colborne

On Thursday, September 15th Raw Materials Company (RMC) and Marine Recycling Corporation, both of Port Colborne, presented the all-new Port Colborne Community Garden to those visiting the site for the ceremony and official launch.

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