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Steelcon announces $40 million manufacturing facility for St. Catharines

Steelcon announces $40 million manufacturing facility for St. Catharines

Steelcon Fabrication Inc. has announced a new $40 million manufacturing facility will open in St. Catharines to produce its leading SIN-beam product for the North American market. A family-owned company based in Brampton, Steelcon uses advanced technologies to produce construction beams that are lighter, use less steel, and have less of an impact on the […]

Treaties Recognition Week

Treaties Recognition Week

Treaties Recognition Week Nov. 6, 2018 This week is Treaties Week, an opportunity to honour the importance of treaties with First Nations and learn more of our shared history.  Treaties are legally binding agreements between First Nations and the federal and provincial governments. Treaties set out rights, responsibilities and relationships. Although cities did not sign […]

Mayor has priority list for next four years

Mayor has priority list for next four years

October 30, 2018 –  by Karena Walter  The St. Catharines Standard There isn’t a lot of time for St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik to bask in his overwhelming re-election win. The current city council has more work to finish in November and new councillors will be inaugurated the first week of December, when they’ll hit the ground […]

‘St. Catharines is going in a great direction’

‘St. Catharines is going in a great direction’

Oct 22, 2018 by Karena Walter  The St. Catharines Standard Mayor Walter Sendzik says he received a clear mandate from St. Catharines residents after winning almost 72 per cent of the vote in Monday night’s election. “Very, very excited,” Sendzik said, after the majority of results came in. “It’s a feeling of relief and, also, I’m humbled […]

Council approves redevelopment of iconic Lincoln Fabrics in Port Dalhousie

Council approves redevelopment of iconic Lincoln Fabrics in Port Dalhousie

Council approves redevelopment of iconic Lincoln Fabrics in Port Dalhousie Aug. 28, 2018 Last night City Council approved a new development for Port Dalhousie: the redevelopment of the iconic Lincoln Fabrics building. The plans will see this heritage building converted into apartments with ground floor commercial space, patios, enhance the public space along the waterfront and […]

Council Update – July 2018: Piers, bottled water ban, affordable housing and more

Council Update – July 2018: Piers, bottled water ban, affordable housing and more

Council Update – July 2018 July 2018 This week’s Council meeting was productive. Council continues meeting all summer and we are making progress on our strategic priorities. Here are some of the highlights. Port Dalhousie Piers to be fixed and remain in public domain A very good news story from this week’s council meeting (and maybe […]

Mayor’s Report – June 25, 2018

Mayor’s Report – June 25, 2018 It was a busy night at Council, with 6 public meetings, a new partnership with the Niagara Regional Native Centre and updates on community events. Here is the Mayor’s Report. Congrats to the teams and organizers Meridian Centre on a great FIBA tournament. Next up is the Canada Games in Summer 2021 and we’re excited […]