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RENOVICTIONS IN FORT ERIE? Part 1

Submitted by Christine Whelan MAY 27, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 20 What are RenoVictions? I’m glad you ask. It’s important you know. Because there is a good chance you, or someone you know, will be affected by this Niagara-bound wave. A spokesperson for a group

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THE BERNARD BEACH BOARDWALK, BUILT IN MAY

Submitted by Christine Whelan MAY 27, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 20 Earlier this month, a post was shared on the Town of Fort Erie’s Facebook Page, announcing that the Bernard Beach boardwalk design project was underway. The boardwalk’s purpose is meant to improve access to

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A COMMUNITY ARMED WITH AWARENESS

Submitted by Christine Whelan MAY 13, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 19 Detective Sergeant Ryan McComber of the Niagara Regional Police Service’s Human Trafficking Unit provided Mayor Redekop and Council with an update on the topic of Human Trafficking during the Town Council Meeting held Monday,

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SESSIONS BY THE RIVER CELEBRATES THIRTEEN YEARS

Submitted by Christine Whelan MAY 13, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 19 Sessions on the River is Niagara’s premier professional recording studio. Housed in the former Parkway Movie Theater, its name echoes its address, along the river at 133 Niagara Parkway, Fort Erie. On May 1st,

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WOEHL SIGNS WITH QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY

Submitted by Christine Whelan MAY 13, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 19 Adam Woehl is running his way through university and on to what sounds like a very enthusiastic future. Born in Welland, raised in Ridgeway, Adam is getting ready to graduate in a couple months

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TAPPING INTO OUR “HAPPINESS CHEMICALS”

We Are Our Own Medicine Cabinets: Tapping Into Our “Happiness Chemicals” APRIL 29, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 18 Submitted by Christine Whelan Our diet is not just what we eat. It’s what we watch, what we listen to, what we read, the people we hang

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BRINGING BACK THE BEES

Bringing Back the Bees With Sunflowers: It’s the Least We Can Do APRIL 29, 2021 VOL. 2 ISSUE 18 Submitted by Christine Whelan Honeybees have thrived for 50 million years.  However, seven years ago, it was reported that the bees were dying en masse. The

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