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City News & Updates: January 2020
Niagara Falls Sports Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony: Sunday, January 26 at 2pm
Niagara Falls Sports Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony
The 31st Sports Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 2 pm in the Gale Centre. Everyone is welcome. These are the 2019 inductees:
  • David Conte, (builder, hockey, pre-1990 era)
  • Larry Gardner, (athlete, swimming, pre-1990 era)
  • Mike Macgillivray (builder, hockey, pre-1990 era)
  • Ray Barkwill (athlete, rugby, 1991 to present era)
  • Todd Simon (athlete, hockey, 1991 to present era)
Sponsor Award Recipients:
  • Allison's Sports Awards & Promotions (ASAP)
  • Canadian Tire - McLeod Road & Montrose Road locations
For more information, please visit niagarafalls.ca
City of Niagara Falls Job Fair: February 1, 2020
City to hold first-ever Job Fair on February 1, 2020
Are you a new graduate, a student or someone looking for work? The City of Niagara Falls is holding its first-ever Job Fair on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at the MacBain Community Centre, from 9am until 1pm. We are recruiting passionate, enthusiastic and caring individuals to join our team. Open positions, including full job descriptions can be viewed online at niagarafalls.ca/jobfair

The Job Fair is free to attend and will provide interested candidates with the chance to speak with department representatives, apply in person, and potentially pre-qualify for an interview. If you are interested in becoming a member of our team, please bring your up-to-date resume and meet us on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at the MacBain Community Centre. For more information, please visit niagarafalls.ca/jobfair

 
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Door-to-Door Water Filtration Company Scam
Recent concerns brought to our attention claim door to door salespeople are selling water filtration equipment or requesting an inspection of your water lines–indicating they are working in conjunction with the City of Niagara Falls or the Province of Ontario. They are also requesting personal information on your utility accounts.  You are not required to provide access or information to anyone. Please be advised, the City has no association with the group, and does not support or sell water filtration equipment. For more information, visit niagarafalls.ca
 
Image of artwork by a Niagara Artist for the Cultural Hub + Market hoarding project
Cultural Hub + Market Hoarding Art
Original artwork was selected to be hung on the perimeter hoarding of the new Cultural Hub and Market during the construction phase.  Visit the Niagara Falls Culture Facebook page to view submitted artwork. 
 
Seniors 60+, We Want to Hear from You!
The Seniors Advisory Committee wants to know what is important to senior residents living in Niagara Falls. If you are a 60+ senior resident of Niagara Falls, we'd appreciate your input through a quick, 6 question, survey available online at letstalk.niagarafalls.ca.
 
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Extreme Cold Weather Relief
Anyone seeking relief from the extreme cold is welcome to keep warm at City facilities and all branches of the Niagara Falls Public Library, during regular business hours. Details and additional resources are listed at niagarafalls.ca. 
lifeguard in front of a pool
Free Lifeguard Certification Training for Youth
In partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Niagara, and sponsored by Canadian Tire's Jump-Start program, the City is offering free lifeguard certification training to qualified individuals between the ages of 15 and 18 years, who are currently attending high school or pursuing post-secondary education. To apply for this training opportunity and view certification criteria, interested applicants can visit niagarafalls.ca and submit their applications by Friday, February 21, 2020. 
 
T. Roy Adams Humanitarian of the Year Award
T. Roy Adams Humanitarian of the Year Award
Do you know a Niagara resident dedicated to community services and sees volunteerism as an integral part of their life? Nominations are now open for the 2020 T. Roy Adams Humanitarian of the Year Award. Deadline to submit is March 31. niagararegion.ca
 
Niagara 2021 Games - Volunteer Opportunities
Niagara Canada Games 2021: Volunteers Needed
With a need for thousands of volunteers to effectively run the Games, everyone in Niagara will have a chance to be part of the action. Volunteers will be needed to plan and support sporting and cultural events before and during the Games. Learn more at niagara2021.ca
Stay in the Know: City Updates
Winter Tips & Reminders
Be winter ready! Check out winter maintenance tips and reminders about where you can and can't dump your snow, park your car, and set out your garbage bins.
Know Your Healthcare Options
Do you know all your healthcare options? Niagara Health has created a guide that will help you make decisions to access the right care in the right place. Learn more.
Water Meter Replacement Program
All residential water meters throughout Niagara Falls. Technicians are currently in the first replacement area in the City. More details on letstalk.niagarafalls.ca.
Thursday Nights @ the Museum
Are you free on Thursday? The Niagara Falls History Museum is. Bring a date and fall in love with our free programs. Details: niagarafallsmuseums.ca.
Looking for a Career with the City?
Sign up for our new Job Posting Notifications and we'll send you an email or text message when we're hiring. Learn more and sign up today at niagarafalls.ca
Niagara 2021 Summer Games
The Canada Summer Games are coming to the Niagara Region in August 2021 and will feature over 5,000 athletes and coaches in 18 sports. niagara2021.ca
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