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Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations 5:30 pm
Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations @ Niagara Falls Public Library - LaMarsh Room
Jun 8 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Niagara Region will be holding a series of public meetings to provide information and consult with residents about future development of the area surrounding four proposed GO Train stations. In 2016, the Province confirmed daily GO Train service to three station locations: Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, with a fourth potential future station location in Beamsville (Town of Lincoln). The Public Information Centres, set for dates in June, will provide an opportunity for residents to learn about the status of the Niagara GO Hub and Transit Stations Study initiated by Niagara Region in 2015. The study will determine appropriate land uses for each proposed site, including scale of development and improvements to infrastructure required to accommodate future growth within the station area. The public meetings will all take place from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m.: Niagara Falls – June 15 – Niagara Falls Public Library (LaMarsh Room), 4848 Victoria Avenue St. Catharines – June 19 – Ridley College (2nd Century Building), 2 Ridley Road Grimsby – June 22 – Grimsby Town Hall (Council Chamber), 160 Livingston Avenue Beamsville – June 27 – Fleming Centre (Front Lobby), 5020 Serena Drive For more information about the study and to provide input into the planning study via an online survey, visit www.niagararegion.ca. This session is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations 5:30 pm
Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations @ Ridley College - 2nd Century Building
Jun 19 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Niagara Region will be holding a series of public meetings to provide information and consult with residents about future development of the area surrounding four proposed GO Train stations. In 2016, the Province confirmed daily GO Train service to three station locations: Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, with a fourth potential future station location in Beamsville (Town of Lincoln). The Public Information Centres, set for dates in June, will provide an opportunity for residents to learn about the status of the Niagara GO Hub and Transit Stations Study initiated by Niagara Region in 2015. The study will determine appropriate land uses for each proposed site, including scale of development and improvements to infrastructure required to accommodate future growth within the station area. The public meetings will all take place from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m.: Niagara Falls – June 15 – Niagara Falls Public Library (LaMarsh Room), 4848 Victoria Avenue St. Catharines – June 19 – Ridley College (2nd Century Building), 2 Ridley Road Grimsby – June 22 – Grimsby Town Hall (Council Chamber), 160 Livingston Avenue Beamsville – June 27 – Fleming Centre (Front Lobby), 5020 Serena Drive For more information about the study and to provide input into the planning study via an online survey, visit www.niagararegion.ca. This session is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Station 5:30 pm
Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Station @ Grimsby Town Hall - Council Chambers
Jun 22 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Niagara Region will be holding a series of public meetings to provide information and consult with residents about future development of the area surrounding four proposed GO Train stations. In 2016, the Province confirmed daily GO Train service to three station locations: Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, with a fourth potential future station location in Beamsville (Town of Lincoln). The Public Information Centres, set for dates in June, will provide an opportunity for residents to learn about the status of the Niagara GO Hub and Transit Stations Study initiated by Niagara Region in 2015. The study will determine appropriate land uses for each proposed site, including scale of development and improvements to infrastructure required to accommodate future growth within the station area. The public meetings will all take place from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m.: Niagara Falls – June 15 – Niagara Falls Public Library (LaMarsh Room), 4848 Victoria Avenue St. Catharines – June 19 – Ridley College (2nd Century Building), 2 Ridley Road Grimsby – June 22 – Grimsby Town Hall (Council Chamber), 160 Livingston Avenue Beamsville – June 27 – Fleming Centre (Front Lobby), 5020 Serena Drive For more information about the study and to provide input into the planning study via an online survey, visit www.niagararegion.ca. This session is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations 5:30 pm
Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations @ Fleming Centre - Front Lobby
Jun 27 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Niagara Region will be holding a series of public meetings to provide information and consult with residents about future development of the area surrounding four proposed GO Train stations. In 2016, the Province confirmed daily GO Train service to three station locations: Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, with a fourth potential future station location in Beamsville (Town of Lincoln). The Public Information Centres, set for dates in June, will provide an opportunity for residents to learn about the status of the Niagara GO Hub and Transit Stations Study initiated by Niagara Region in 2015. The study will determine appropriate land uses for each proposed site, including scale of development and improvements to infrastructure required to accommodate future growth within the station area. The public meetings will all take place from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m.: Niagara Falls – June 15 – Niagara Falls Public Library (LaMarsh Room), 4848 Victoria Avenue St. Catharines – June 19 – Ridley College (2nd Century Building), 2 Ridley Road Grimsby – June 22 – Grimsby Town Hall (Council Chamber), 160 Livingston Avenue Beamsville – June 27 – Fleming Centre (Front Lobby), 5020 Serena Drive For more information about the study and to provide input into the planning study via an online survey, visit www.niagararegion.ca. This session is hosted by Niagara Region.
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Niagara Knowledge Exchange & Community Calendar

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Public Information Centre: Growth Near Future GO Stations @ Fleming Centre - Front Lobby
Jun 27 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Niagara Region will be holding a series of public meetings to provide information and consult with residents about future development of the area surrounding four proposed GO Train stations.

In 2016, the Province confirmed daily GO Train service to three station locations: Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, with a fourth potential future station location in Beamsville (Town of Lincoln).

The Public Information Centres, set for dates in June, will provide an opportunity for residents to learn about the status of the Niagara GO Hub and Transit Stations Study initiated by Niagara Region in 2015. The study will determine appropriate land uses for each proposed site, including scale of development and improvements to infrastructure required to accommodate future growth within the station area.

The public meetings will all take place from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 p.m.:

  • Niagara Falls – June 15 – Niagara Falls Public Library (LaMarsh Room), 4848 Victoria Avenue
  • St. Catharines – June 19 – Ridley College (2nd Century Building), 2 Ridley Road
  • Grimsby – June 22 – Grimsby Town Hall (Council Chamber), 160 Livingston Avenue
  • Beamsville – June 27 – Fleming Centre (Front Lobby), 5020 Serena Drive

For more information about the study and to provide input into the planning study via an online survey, visit www.niagararegion.ca.

This session is hosted by Niagara Region.

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Deadline: NCF Mini-Grant Application @ Online
Aug 14 @ 12:00 pm

The Mini-Grants Program provides $500 grants to eligible organizations for projects that address the Foundation’s granting priorities.

This program provides a time-sensitive, streamlined and responsive process for smaller projects. This grant is not suitable for projects that have a budget exceeding $2000.

Grant-Making Priorities:

  • Addressing the issues/indicators in the Living in Niagara Report 2014, or,
  • Assisting with the development and implementation of tools and resources that would contribute to an organization’s success; including professional and organizational development and training.

More information can be found here.

This grant is provided by the Niagara Community Foundation.

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Deadline: NCF Community Grant Application @ Online
Sep 11 @ 12:00 pm

Niagara Community Foundation’s Community Grants Program focuses on finding ways to help individuals, families, organizations and communities prosper.

While Niagara is facing many challenges, we also have an opportunity to seek new and sustainable ways of addressing community issues and creating a more collaborative approach to meeting the challenges facing organizations and our community.

Grant Making Priorities:

  • Addressing the issues/indicators in the Living in Niagara Report 2014, or,
  • Assisting with the development and implementation of tools and resources that would contribute to an organization’s success; including professional and organizational development and training

Click here for more information on eligibility and the application process.

This grant is provided by Niagara Community Foundation.

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