The 2016 Census is coming!
Canada’s next census will be conducted in May 2016.
Early in May, census packages will be delivered to households across Canada, providing residents with the information they need to complete their questionnaire online or on paper.
Call for Applications - Library Board & Community Safety Advisory Committee
The Corporation of the Township of Wainfleet seeks applications from Township residents who would be interested in being a member of any of the following Committees:
- Library Board (1 position available)
- Community Safety Advisory Committee (1 position available)
Drainage Open House
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The Township of Wainfleet Fire and Emergency Services will be holding an Open House for anyone interested in becoming a Volunteer Firefighter.
If you are a Wainfleet resident, in good physical condition and dedicated to serving your community – why not consider joining the Wainfleet Volunteer Firefighters?
- Last Updated: Thursday, 31 March 2016 09:29
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Check out what's happening @Your Library this month.
The latest Library Newsletter is available.
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 09 March 2016 15:46
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 09 March 2016 13:53
Griz Witlib, a Wainfleet photographer, has been photographing Wainfleeters for the past few years. The purpose of the photographs is to create photo books to show what people looked like during these times. Eventually these photo books can be stored in our library as a visual chronicle to what people looked like in the year 2016. Please join us in this venture!
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 24 February 2016 09:30
Students from Brock & McMaster University invite all Port Colborne community members to a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday March 3rd, 2016 at the Port Colborne City Hall (22 Charlotte St, Port Colborne). There will be two meetings to accommodate as many citizens as possible, being at 7:00-8:00PM and 8:00-9:00PM respectively.
Participatory Action Research is a unique form of research that strives to create partnerships with communities to design and implement initiatives that are sustainable, community driven and enact positive change.
We are a passionate group of medical students from McMaster University’s Niagara Regional Campus and medical science students from Brock University interested in health and the numerous social and economic factors that play a role on health outcomes.
We are excited to hear from the community, to gain insight and feedback on the strengths and areas in need of improvement in Port Colborne. Join us for an open discussion, with the potential to create a partnership moving forward, as we strive to create a stronger community together.