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Last year’s Rotary motto was “Let’s Make a Difference” and Welland Rotary took this to heart with continued support of the Educational Technology Program, assistance for the Niagara Children’s Centre and aid to local programs. With these efforts and visibility in the community, it is our desire to raise awareness for what Rotary stands for, for our own members and the community at large.

In light of the Ontario Government’s unexpected and anti-democratic announcement this morning to cancel the Niagara Chair election this Fall, Chair Candidate Dave Augustyn filed his nomination in Pelham to become a Regional Councillor.​

 

Traeger wood pellet grills pack big hardwood flavor, from sweet cherry, to savory mesquite, into everything your grill, smoke, bake, roast, braise, sear, & BBQ. Traeger’s wood pellets are made with 100% pure, natural hardwood giving you authentic flavor and nothing else.

The city is active with summer activities, festivals, and competitions; but this isn’t assigned to a social landscape only. There’s also been plenty of activity the economic landscape. Welland’s economic shift toward success is the result of many factors. The city’s economic development team continues to build a better administrative model to improve the process of city applications and permits, but seamless administration isn’t the only factor towards a string of successful new businesses opening in the city. Easy access through the 406 has improved transportation and better connection to neighbouring cities. Welland has become an even more attractive place to work due to a quicker commute. With an increase in employment growth, residential growth has followed with an estimate of 300 new dwelling units over the course of this year.

The City of Welland is seeking Election Officials in a variety of paid positions for the 2018 Municipal and School Board Elections in Welland. Each position has its own set of key responsibilities and qualifications, in addition to the minimum set of competencies indicated below:

 

The City of Welland is launching a new interactive approach to linking people to public places. The Welland Recreation Corridor (WRC) project was created to keep people moving, informed, and connected to the city. The project highlights eight designated city-owned public spaces that have been supplied with accessible information to encourage users to discover information and opportunities related to public spaces on the Recreation Corridor.

Based on an investigation and report by St. Catharines Standard reporters today, Mayor Dave Augustyn has filed a complaint asking the Ontario Ombudsman to investigate the 2016 hiring of current CAO and intends to ask questions of the current Chair during tonight’s Council meeting. He is also calling for an Human Resources audit of management employees hired under the current CAO and Chair.

You want to save more for retirement, but life and its expenses show no sign of slowing down, and you’re not sure where you’ll find the extra cash. You may be surprised to learn how much “hidden” money is available once you begin tracking spending. 

Photos from the recent Practically Hip concert as part of the Concerts on the Canal series. Enjoy free concerts on the floating stage at Merritt Park this summer. All concerts are on Friday nights and begin at 7pm, unless otherwise noted. Photos courtesy of myWelland Community Photographer, Paul Duncan.

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Located in a quiet, mature neighbourhood, this 3 bedroom bungalow has been renovated in modern, open concept style with large eat in kitchen overlooking living room area highlighted by fireplace, engineered hard wood floors, updated bathroom featuring subway tile lined walls and designer vanity.

Lower level finished with large family room accented by air tight wood stove (Heats home in winter offering super savings on energy costs); 4th bedroom and full 3 pce bathroom.

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