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.
The mayor of Racine, Wisconsin has been chosen as the new president and chief administrative officer of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, a coalition of 128 cities from the U.S. and Canada representing more 17 million people.John Dickert was selected by the board of directors and will succeed David Ullrich.
The tragic death of Nathan Dumas has had an impact on people throughout the community.
If Alec Doig had his way, he’d be golfing.
Alectra Utilities reported tens of thousands of its customers shutdown their electricity in recognition of Earth Hour, Saturday evening.
It appears Wainfleet Mayor April Jeffs will lead Niagara Centre Progressive Conservatives into the next provincial election, as the deadline for candidates to apply has come and gone with no one else throwing their hat in the ring against her.
Every business has watershed moments along the path to success, and after opening your doors one of the first to be reached is a full year in business.
Ontario residents shouldn’t have to work their way through a “rat’s maze” to figure out the cap-and-trade charge on their natural gas bills, Mississauga senior Muriel Chudiak says.