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Fort Erie On-Demand Transit service receives expansion approval from Council

FORT ERIE (May 30, 2022) – Town Council approved a report from staff proposing updates toOn-Demand Transit operations to continue providing riders with a high-performanceexperience. The expansion includes purchasing three additional On-Demand vehicles and up to$425,000 in extra operational funding…

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority: THE ANNUAL SPRING THAW, FLOODING, AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Spring brings the promise of warmer temperatures, longer sunny days, and limitless recreational opportunities, but it also means melting snow and heavy rain can increase the risk of flooding. “As these warmer temperatures begin to set in, our team continues…

Regional Chair Bradley and Niagara’s 12 mayors make joint decision to end the State of Emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic

Regional Chair Jim Bradley and Niagara’s local municipal mayors offer the following joint statement regarding the decision to lift the State of Emergency: “Effective Tuesday, March 15 at 12:01 a.m., Niagara’s municipalities are officially ending the municipal States of Emergency…