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  • Regular Meeting of Council - Tuesday July 24, 2018

    Regular Meeting of Council - Tuesday July 24, 2018

    Council for the Township of Wainfleet will hold its Regular Meeting on Tuesday July 24, 2018 in Council Chambers, starting at 7:00pm. 

    To view the agenda package, please click here.  To view the live stream, please click here.

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  • No Burning!

    No Burning!


    Fire Ban in Effect

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  • Designated Emergency Route - Quarry Road

    Designated Emergency Route - Quarry Road

    The Township of Wainfleet would like to remind residents and visitors that a portion of the existing ‘No Parking’ zone on the west side of Quarry Road, approximately 260 meters from Lakeshore Road, has been designated as an “Emergency Route”.  Please click here for more information.

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  • Important Notice to Residents

    Important Notice to Residents

    To view an important notice regarding fire services within the Township of Wainfleet, please click here.

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  • Nominations Close at 2:00 pm on July 27, 2018

    Nominations Close at 2:00 pm on July 27, 2018

    Nomination packages for Mayor and Alderman are being accepted at the Township of Wainfleet Municipal Office during regular business hours from 8:30am on May 1, 2018 through 2:00pm on July 27, 2018.  For further information and election resources, please click here.

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  • Are you on the voters list?

    Are you on the voters list?

    Ontario’s municipal and school board elections take place on October 22, 2018. If you are a resident, owner or tenant of property in Ontario, a Canadian citizen and 18 years of age you can vote in Ontario’s municipal and school board elections.

    Residents can check out www.voterlookup.ca to confirm if they're registered to vote in the 2018 Municipal and School Board Election.

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Community News

Public Library - June 2015

May 28 2015

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Check out what's happening @Your Library this month.

The latest Library Newsletter is available.

 

WAINFLEET WHEELERS NEED YOU

Feb 23 2015

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You are asking yourself what are the Wainfleet Wheelers?

We are the HEART AND STROKEBIG BIKETEAM.

What is the BIG BIKE!???

 

 

 

 

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Trivia Night!

May 20 2015

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St. Elizabeth Catholic Elementary School is hosting a Trivia Night!

Tickets are available at the Schools office.
Help support enhanced classroom technology in our school by coming out to this fun filled evening!

Click here for the Poster!

2 Low Customs Car Club Pasta Dinner

Sep 13 2012

2 Low Customs Car Club is hosting an all you can eat pasta dinner On October 6th 2012.

Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Tickets are $10/adult and $6/kids under 10 years
50/50 draw to be held as well


Donation of new wrapped toys are being accepted. All proceeds going to SickKids Hospital 

for further information or to order tickets please email me or use the contact us section on the clubs website.

Location: Port Colborne Brethren in Christ Church 10641 3 Hwy, Wainfleet, ON

2lowcustom.webs.com
Amy 289-696-2526

WALK AROUND THE QUARRY

May 12 2014

walkingWALK AROUND THE QUARRY FOR ANGIOMA ALLIANCE CANADA

WHEN: SATURDAY JUNE 21, 2014

WHERE: JERICHO HOUSE, RATHFON RD. WAINFLEET

START ANYTIME BETWEEN 9:00AM AND 3:00PM

 

 

REGISTER ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE, WHERE YOU MAY ALSO FIND A LINK TO THE PLEDGE SHEET. 

https://www.facebook.com/events/643360645732774/

ALL ARE WELCOME !!

The Angioma Alliance Canada (AAC) is an organization for those people suffering from Cavernous Angioma, as well as their caregivers. Cavernous Angioma is a rare disease in which small blood vessels in the brain and spine become malformed. These malformations which range from a few mm to several cm in size, may bleed from time to time, causing stroke like symptoms. Many patients suffer headaches, seizures and numbness, double vision and other neurological deficits. Learn more on this rare disease by visitingwww.angioma.ca

Our organization is financially funding Canadian research being done in Toronto and other areas of Canada, in the hopes of finding a cure or better treatment. Invasive brain surgery is the only treatment available right now, and this often leads to more health problems.

As a small CRA approved charitable organization representing a small number of people of the population, our group relies on the generosity of the greater community to raise the necessary funds to make this rare disease a thing of the past. 

So please come out and help us make this a huge success!! Thank you so very much.

Lisa van der Wilt

for the Angioma Alliance Canada

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