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Committee approves $143.5 M police budget


Niagara Regional Police are a step closer to approval of a $143.5-million budget – as well as the construction of a new St. Catharines. Continue reading

Police 'fed up' with budget complaints


Niagara Regional Police Association president Cliff Priest said officers are tired of being "made to be the bad guys" whenever. Continue reading

Bruce Timms Honored to lay a wreath at the…

Bruce Timms , Honored to lay a wreath at the Merritton Cenotaph on behalf of Regional Municipality of Niagara, and to enjoy the hospitality. Continue reading

Tourism services returning to Niagara Gateway…

GRIMSBY — A long-term lease has been signed, volunteers are being mobilized and efforts are underway to bring back daily service. Continue reading

Bruce speaks to the St.Catharines Rotary…

Bruce speaks to the St.Catharines Rotary club about the opportunity in Change, the opportunity to build a strong Team of NIagara through. Continue reading

St. Catharines election reform gets Region's…

Regional council has given St. Catharines the green light to move forward in its plan to change the way it elects its regional councillors. Continue reading

TIMMS: Duty-dual councillors would be a…

19 Oct 2016

In response to Grant LaFleche's column Sept. 17, 'Dual-duty innovation now on life support.' Is it on life support —. Continue reading

Public can give two cents on Region's budget

The target has been set for 2017. When regional staff work to shape next year's budget over the next few months, they will do. Continue reading

Region sets tax hike limit of one per cent…

NIAGARA — Property taxpayers in Niagara will have to fork over a little more money to keep regional government services going in. Continue reading

Police, firefighters feel salary heat


Arbitration. It's not a word officials want to hear as they tackle balancing a municipal budget and negotiating contracts with. Continue reading

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