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The Royal Canadian Legion, in partnership with the Government of Canada, has invited all Legion Branches from coast to coast to join in a nation-wide initiative to mark the 100th anniversary of end of World War 1.

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Now more than ever, our Region needs proven leaders. We are at a critical turning point in Niagara. We have the opportunity to reset our Regional Council and restore the reputation of the Niagara Peninsula that has been tarnished by scandals and controversies at the Region and NPCA. In order to do this, we require proven leaders, with a plan and clear vision for bringing about positive change.

As the third quarter of 2018 comes to an end it is encouraging to see residential market conditions in Niagara stabilizing into a more balanced market.

The Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reported 603 property sales processed through the NAR Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) system in September.  This represents a 10.2% increase in sales compared to September of last year.

The 2018 Municipal Election will be held on Monday, October 22, 2018. For a complete list of certified candidates and polling stations, please visit the Town of Pelham's website.

Life insurance is a basic ingredient of successful financial and estate planning. When you die, insurance can provide financial security for your family. But with so many types of policies available, how do you choose? The first thing you should know is that life insurance is divided into two broad categories: term insurance and permanent insurance. Both pay beneficiaries a tax-free death benefit if you die while the policy is in force. 

What are the things that make a community special? What are things that promote a sense of belonging, of safety and of community pride? I believe these are questions that need to be explored and answered over the next four years. We have in the past talked about maintaining our small town feel. What exactly does that mean? For me it means a place where I know my neighbors, where people speak to one another with respect and kindness; it is a place that offers a sense of comfort, and a sense of peace and security. It has very little to do with the number of people in the community or the amount of development. It has to do with a sense of place and a sense of belonging.

I am grateful to the electors in Ward 1 for the privilege of serving you, and I humbly and respectfully ask for your vote to continue to represent you in the coming term.

In addition to the great products Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores offer, the Fonthill ReStore also offers its customers the opportunity to bid on selected merchandise through a silent auction. Silent auction items may include antique or refinished furniture, home decor, artwork, jewelry, or other unique or valuable collectibles.

Significant monuments and landmarks around the world will sport the Rotary colours on Wed., Oct. 24, 2018, as part of World End Polio Day. Pelham will be no different, as the town turns the Pelham Arches blue and gold, starting at 8 p.m.

There’s so much to love about shrimp: They’re tasty, versatile and quick-cooking. Cruise through the Seafood Department, and you’ll find various types— different sizes and varieties, cooked and uncooked, frozen and fresh. These tips will help you select the right shrimp for any dish and make shopping quick and easy. 

Over the past 10 weeks I have engaged Pelham’s voters both online and in person to find out the issues that are most important to you. I did this because I believe the Regional Councillor position should be reflective of the issues, not determined by the person filling the role. Political representation should be just that – representation. 

The Town of Pelham is pleased to welcome Jason Marr as its new director of public works. A graduate of Queen’s University and professional engineer, Marr’s professional experience spans 20-plus years across various scopes and responsibilities.

The key to a flattering hairstyle is one that creates the illusion that you have a perfectly oval face. There are cuts that help make a round face appear longer, a long face appear wider, a square jaw appear softer and large foreheads and double chins basically disappear.

The two issues are regulated differently at a federal, provincial, and municipal level. Below is information on the two issues, commonly requested information, and enforcement information. 

On Monday, October 15, 2018, the Town of Pelham passed an interim control by law restricting the use of all land in the municipality for any cannabis-related land uses for a period of one year to allow time for the municipality to develop requirements for cannabis-related use as it relates to land use matters.

Come join the Rotary Club of Welland in recognizing World Polio Day on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. We will be lighting up Main Street Bridge in the Rotary colours of blue and gold. TOGETHER, WE END POLIO

Let’s harness our positive Pelham momentum and energy and infuse it into Niagara Regional Council.

This election I ask for your support to work together on what matters across all of the Niagara Peninsula.

Future development always causes concern within a community. The two remaining large tracts for development in our community are the East Fonthill lands and the East Fenwick development area. The East Fonthill area is underway and developments are being serviced at this time. There are still several that need to come forward for approval and are at various stages of the process. Council needs to be mindful of the current community and the goals of the new development; not to undermine what we have but to add to it and to enhance it.

“Hi, I’m Michael Jacques.” With these four words, our most recent guest speaker (along with his dad, Marcel) blew us away with his story of overcoming adversity to become an impressive community leader, not only for Pelham, but for several great service organizations as well.

Memory is part of what makes us human. On the centenary of the end of the First World War, The History Lab, with the support of Brock’s Department of History, the centre for Canadian Studies, and the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, invite you to witness and remember the more than one million men and women who died in the last year of the way.

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