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Is there a magic formula for investment success? Not really-although you might not know it when you see advertisements for investment products and services supposedly designed to make investing a "sure thing."  The truth is that there are few guarantees in the investment world. But once you learn to ignore the exaggerated claims and become familiar with the important principles of investing, you'll find there's much you can do to put yourself on the road to success. Here are five things every investor should know. 

Historical Plaque Dedication

 

A local history group, the Canadian Railroad Historical Association (CRHA), Niagara Division, is unveiling a new historical plaque at the Recreation Trail’s crossing of Thorold Road, near the intersection with Prince Charles Drive, Welland. The unveiling will occur on Monday, October 23, 2017 at 10:30 AM. The dedication will be performed by Welland Mayor, Frank Campion, the City's Heritage Advisory Committee, and Tammy Frakking, President of the CRHA Niagara Division.

Everyone has heard about The Top 30 Under 30.  We believe that celebrating the accomplishments of people over 50 is just as important; that age does not define an individual and what we can and cannot do.  We will be recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of successful individuals over 50;  individuals who have reinvented themselves, who have found their true purpose and calling and who have followed the road less travelled. 

City of Welland Mayor Frank Campion hosted a meeting yesterday at Civic Square with developers, investors, and real estate agents.   A similar meeting was held in April 2016.  Mayor Campion and senior staff provided a brief update on the growth and economic activity taking place throughout the City as well as programs and incentives that support development. The development community brought forward issues and concerns and discussed current real estate trends and building activity in Welland and Niagara Region

At Enviro-Niagara, our business has been growing immensely, and to accommodate all the branches we have in our company we have created a new logo. Seen above, our new logo includes our Heating & Air-Conditioning branch, Hearth & BBQ branch, and our newest addition, the Custom Metal Fabrication branch.

The Central Station Education Initiative, a not-for-profit group seeking to protect Welland’s iconic 1920s Central Fire Hall, will report to Welland City Council Tuesday. CSEI, an incorporated not-for-profit, will outline the benefits of a five or 10-year lease to city council’s general committee at 7 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall.

myWelland.com operates based on a social enterprise business model showcasing ALL sectors of our local community by working together to build a collective #myNiagara online audience. Our energetic and proactive approach to community promotion – involving everyone – makes us special and draws people toward us.

Past met present on October 4 to mark a special milestone at Niagara College: its 50th anniversary celebration.

Current students, staff, faculty, and the community joined alumni and retirees for the event at the Welland Campus. The event kicked off with speeches from College and community representatives, before guests decked out in college colours – blue and white – formed a ‘50’ on the front lawn for a commemorative aerial photograph. 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Niagara Health, in partnership with Cancer Care Ontario, is encouraging women to participate in the Ontario Breast Screening Program (OBSP) as soon as they’re eligible and make mammograms part of their routine medical care.                        Mammograms can find breast cancer when it’s small, less likely to have spread and easier to treat. The OBSP offers free screening mammograms to women aged 50 to 74 with no signs of breast cancer as part of their routine medical care. It’s recommended that these women get a mammogram every two years since early detection through mammography can result in significant health benefits including increased treatment options and better survival rates.

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