Pirates. Lost Boys. A ticking crocodile. J. M. Barrie’s classic story about the boy who wouldn’t grow up will come to life this fall in a lively musical reimagining for kids and kids-at-heart touring Southern Ontario from October 10-28, 2018.

Learn a little bit about who I am and what my chief concerns are for this election term.

The last SupperMarket of 2018 will be held on Wednesday September 19th, from 4:30-9pm.  As always, our amazing food vendors will be outdoing themselves, serving up a fantastic array of locally inspired foods. 

It’s that time of the year again. St.Davids Lions Fish Fry’s Commence October 5th and run the 1st and 3rd Friday’s of the month until late April.  St. Davis Lions Clubhouse, 1462 York Rd. St.Davids. One piece of fish is $8  two pieces $12 includes fries or baked Potato, coleslaw, Tartar sauce, bread and butter, coffee or Tea.

Niagara Health continues to stand out when it comes to stroke treatment. Someone has a stroke every 10 minutes in Canada. Time is of the essence when treating a person suffering a stroke, which occurs when a blood clot blocks blood flow to the brain.

September means back-to-school time for Niagara’s youngsters – but it’s a great time for homeowners to hit the books, too. The science behind home construction and maintenance is constantly evolving.

Niagara College welcomed its first class of future cannabis industry leaders and officially launched its one-of-a-kind Commercial Cannabis Production (Graduate Certificate) program at its Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus on September 5.

It has come to my attention by a few people who have emailed me about the safety issues on 4 Mile Creek Road and S. Davids. The two areas in question are pictured here. Now I would love to put my ideas out there but, I feel it is the local residents that should have the say.

The next Town Council will have to deal with many important issues. My priorities are:

  • dealing with development and developers
  • managing tourism
  • supporting our agricultural community
  • improving relations with residents
  • improving communication with residents

With so many people running for Council this year, and a lot of new names in the mix, one of the distinguishing things voters can look for in 2018 is who has gained experience working as a member of volunteer and advisory committees to Council in Niagara-on-the-Lake.


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