Tags : St. Catharines

Jennie Stevens on Burgoyne Bridge Safety Issue

Today in the legislature, the NDP MPP for St. Catharines, Jennie Stevens, said the Ford government has not done its part to protect St. Catharines residents struggling with mental health challenges, as it has failed to provide mental health and addictions services and failed to fund a suicide prevention barrier on Burgoyne Bridge.  For over a […]Read More

Prevent Frozen Water Lines at Home

The City of St. Catharines has good advice for all, not just its own residents: Winter has arrived but it’s not too late to prepare your home for the cold temperatures. One of the lesser-known effects of cold weather is the potential for the extreme cold to freeze underground utilities like water lines. Water lines […]Read More

City of St. Catharines Promotes Autumn Launch

Thanks to the City of St. Catharines for helping to spread the word about our launch of the Autumn issue at Lakeside Park on Sunday. You can read their news item from their homepage. We’re hoping for good weather so we’ll have lots of people enjoying the park, going for free rides on the antique carousel, […]Read More

Patrick Wentzel, U.S. National Carousel Association, at Launch of Autumn

     We’ve been busy delivering the Autumn issue to our advertisers, and now that we’re back from four days on Manitoulin Island, we’ve learned that more organizations will participate in our Sept. 4 celebration of the antique Lakeside Park Carousel in Port Dalhousie.      The person who brought the carousel to our attention, Patrick Wentzel […]Read More

Autumn Launch at Lakeside Park Carousel, Port Dalhousie

     Do you know the Lakeside Park Carousel in Port Dalhousie, close to St. Catharines? If you don’t, you should check it out. We have a great opportunity for you to do that, on Sunday Sept. 4 from noon to 5 p.m. when we’re launching the Autumn issue in Lakeside Park and providing free rides […]Read More