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Thursday night at Evelyn's Sandwich Factory on Niagara Street, Jeff Walters officially kicked off his campaign to become the next Mayor of Welland. Walters gave a speech in front of 35 supporters in the parking lot next to a freshly dug construction site and large, yellow, caterpillar backhoe.
In July 2022, Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) officers assigned to 1 District (St. Catharines / Thorold) commenced a mischief investigation after receiving reports of intentional damage to the Canada Summer Games Mountain Bike Course, located in the Glenridge / Western Hill area of St. Catharines.
The Ontario government is taking action to reduce the amount of waste going to landfills or becoming litter by bringing awareness to the impacts of waste on our environment and encouraging people to take action at home and in their community to help keep our environment clean and healthy for generations to come.
Simple Acts. Big Impact. Come and join Niagara Region in celebrating Earth Week 2022 by participating in the following activities.
Understanding the need to sell the property – now listed at $3.2 million dollars – to ensure commitments to capital projects approved from prior budgets are met, Council is focused on ensuring financial sustainability, and chose to relist the property for sale to meet those commitments.
Residents can cast their advance vote at City Hall (50 Church St.) from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The advance polling location at City Hall is open until Friday, Oct. 19. Individuals who require audio voting assistance are encouraged to take advantage of the City Hall advance voting location.