The average St. Catharines resident’s water bill will go up $15 this year after city council passed water and wastewater rates Monday.
Hornblower Niagara Cruises is set to sail for a fourth season, starting Saturday.
Local activist Ed Smith is counter-suing Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and its former chairman, Bruce Timms, for $60,000.
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Bad planning.That’s what Wainfleet resident Andrew Watts calls the proposed development of the former Lakewood Camp on Lakeshore Road. “It totally goes against the official plan,” said Watts, a vocal opponent of the project which could see 41 condominium-style homes built on the site of the former Easter Seals camp.
The provincial government should allocate more money and resources for mental-health services in its upcoming budget, say Niagara MPPs.“Mental-health services were taken out of the Niagara Falls hospital and it’s put a real strain on mental health,” said Niagara Falls NDP MPP Wayne Gates.“A lot of the people … that suffer mental-health issues don’t
Residents can ask questions or voice their concerns about Port Colborne’s newly-created draft comprehensive zoning bylaw at a public open house this week.The open house is Thursday, March 30 in council chambers on the third floor of city hall, 66 Charlotte Street, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and will be a drop-in format with no formal presentation.
Welland’s success is making news across North America thanks to a recent profile in the March issue of Business View Magazine.The magazine, with 400,000 subscribers, spotlighted the city with a full-colour feature called, Welland, Ontario: Bridging the Past, Present, and Future. It was in the magazine’s city view section.