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Want some comfort on a cold, mid-winter day in Welland? Then get your tickets for Soup’s On! The soup is hot, and, the camaraderie and hospitality, warm and welcoming.
Tickets are now on sale for 16th annual social justice scholarship fundraiser on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. It is held in the Parish Community of St. Kevin hall at 303 Niagara St. in Welland.

The City of Welland By-law Enforcement Division had an active 2017 year to date, with 1,084 investigations conducted on public and private properties between January and October.  The city's by-law enforcement officers addressed approximately 225 phone calls per month and provided the citizens of Welland with a variety of services related to compliance with clean yards, graffiti, property standards, and zoning. 

Pre-order your Croatian Style Apple or Cheese Strudel ($10 each) and Walnut Kifli's ($7 per dozen)

Please help us decorate our 2017 Mitten Tree with items such as adult and children's mittens, hats, scarves, slippers, socks and onesies, toiletries, children's toys, canned/boxed non-perishable food items, books, first aid items and school supplies.

Seaway Mall is delighted to celebrate the opening of MR MIKES, on Tuesday, November 21 at 10:30 a.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the restaurant newest location.

Our Mission is to give everyone a little bit of Christmas. This year, Holy Trinity Church is continuing to bring Welland's community together by offering a Community Christmas Dinner on December 25th at 1 pm at 77 Division Street, Welland, Ontario. This function is open to all regardless of circumstance. We are actively seeking sponsorship from our Community. A sponsorship committee has also been set up comprised of John Wellwood, Mark McGill, John Gardiner and myself. It is my hope that the Welland Business Community can assist us in ensuring that everyone has a little bit of Christmas! Contact John @ 905-714-4357.

Get your mind in the gutters. Your roof's drainage system annually diverts thousands of gallons of water from your house's exterior and foundation walls. That's why it is so important to keep this system flowing smoothly. Clogged gutters can lead to damaged exterior surfaces and to water in your basement. Before the leaves fly this fall, have your gutters cleaned, then covered with mesh guards to keep debris from returning. DON’T FORGET ABOUT WINDOW WELL DRAINS AND BASEMENT ENTRY DRAINS.

The feeling of spring is in the air, and as we draw nearer to longer days and sunny weather, many of us have gardening on the mind.  Perhaps you are planting some flowers in your garden, or helping to plant trees in your community.  That act of planting and nurturing trees can also guide our behavior in other areas of life — such as investing.  First of all, consider the vision and patience exhibited by tree growers when they plant their saplings. 

City of Welland Mayor Frank Campion delivered an insightful update regarding the city's progress, priorities, and vision during today's United Way Niagara (UWN) breakfast fundraiser. Mayor Campion addressed an assembly of more than 90 community members and key stakeholders at the Welland Public Library to raise approximately $1,600.00 for core social programs throughout Southern Niagara.

Guest Post by Joe Barkovich

Rebuffed once, should another effort be made to have the Welland-Crowland War Memorial declared a national historic site?

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