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Crime Stoppers News Release

December 2021 As we approach the holiday season, Crime Stoppers of Niagara is offering a few tips to keep everyone safe. When shopping: Park in a well lit area and as close to your destination as possible. Don’t wear expensive jewellery or anything that will

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Message from Mayor Wayne Redekop

November 11, 2021 REMEMBRANCE DAYThis Thursday, November 11th, marks the 103rd anniversary of thearmistice that ended the First Great War, the war to end all wars.Remembrance Day is the opportunity for all Canadians to recognize andcommemorate the sacrifices of the men and women who served

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Fort Erie On-Demand Transit service begins October 4

FORT ERIE (September 24, 2021) The Town of Fort Erie will be officially switching to On-Demand Transit (ODT) service from a fixed-route service, starting October 4, 2021. “Switching from fixed-route service to on-demand service was done to provide residents a more flexible and convenient way

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SPREADING THE COLOUR ORANGE IN FORT ERIE

FORT ERIE (September 23, 2021) Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre, Town of Fort Erie and Fort Erie Diversity and Inclusion Coalition are encouraging everyone to actively acknowledge the terrible legacy of residential schools in Canada by spreading the colour orange throughout Fort Erie in anticipation

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MESSAGE FROM MAYOR WAYNE REDEKOP

September 23, 2021 This year, for the first time, the federal government has designated September 30th as a National Day of Truth and Reconciliation to recognize the terrible legacy of residential schools in Canada. It is important that we all take the time to learn

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Proof of vaccination will be required to enter Town arenas FORT ERIE (September 20, 2021) Beginning on September 22, anyone looking to enter Town arenas will need to be fully vaccinated and provide their proof of vaccination along with photo ID or written proof of

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UPDATE – Third arrest made in Fort Erie double homicide

Posted on September 02, 2021 The Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) Homicide Unit detectives continue to investigate the murders of 20-year-old Juliana Pannunzio and 18-year-old Christine Crooks. As a result, on Wednesday, September 1,  2021, 29-year-old Trevor Barnett of Scarborough was arrested and is now

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