Through the Cram-A-Cruiser Challenge, 3066 pounds of food was collected on June 8, 2016 by the Niagara Regional Police Service from 6 elementary and 1 high school throughout the Region.
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A comprehensive consultation process involving three rounds of public information sessions will keep residents informed and provide an opportunity for participation and feedback.
Minister McMeekin touched on the recently announced proposed changes to the Greenbelt Legislation, and applauded Niagara for adding lands to the Greenbelt.
As the largest Walk of its kind in Canada, the Purina® Walk for Dog Guides is held in more than 200 communities and is organized by local volunteers. Thorold May 29th.
NIA bringing together manufacturers and school boards to facilitate high school student co-op placements.
Welland Downtown BIA will be receiving their first OBIAA award for “Award of Distinction”
Start Me Up Niagara’s programs reach across the whole Niagara region. They celebrated 15 years of operating in September. There are people available to listen, celebrate strengths, mourn losses, educate about services available, and figure out creative solutions. Start Me Up Niagara aims to provide opportunities for interaction, support and growth.