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A picture of the sagging city hall parking lot, taken from a Port Colborne report approved Monday.

Sagging parking lot to be repaired

Port Colborne is spending about $43,000 for a new parking lot behind city hall, because it’s cheaper than repairing a retaining wall that city staff say is crumbling into a neighbour’s property.

Development charges moratorium considered

While Port Colborne's consultant Watson and Associates recommended a slight decrease in development charges for the city, several city councillors hope to reduce those charges by far more.

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China tried to hack us: Feds

The Tories pointed the finger at the Chinese government Tuesday after repeated cyberattacks against the government's research and development arm forced it to shut down computer systems last weekend.

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