• Niagara ranked No. 1 among research colleges in Canada

    by Gord Howard

    Niagara College has been named Canada’s top college for research, but that’s not what pleases Marc Nantel most.

    It’s the steady climb to the No. 1 ranking among the top 50 nationwide — and the likelihood Niagara can stay at or near the top in the next few years — that makes him happy.

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  • Visual arts, technology at Niagara College get $1M boost

    The Welland Tribune

    Marilyn I. Walker Centre of Excellence opens at Welland campus

    Visual arts and technology programs at Niagara College has received a $1-million gift from the estate of a Niagara philanthropist.

    On Tuesday, the college officially opened the Marilyn I. Walker Centre of Excellence at its Welland campus.

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  • Mount Welland dumping coming to an end

    by Dave Johnson, The Welland Tribune

    River Road site expected to take 8,000 tonnes more of fill over next two weeks

    Walker Environmental will be finished with the former Atlas landfill site in the next two weeks.

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  • ASW Steel sale an opportunity to expand workforce: Clutterbuck

    by Kris Dube

    The former ASW Steel plant in Welland is operating at approximately one-third of its potential capacity — and its recent sale to a company headquartered in Europe could change that.

    That’s according to Tim Clutterbuck, president of the plant now known as Valbruna ASW Inc.

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  • Walker Environmental Group almost ready to hand over Atlas landfill site to Welland

    Walker Environmental Group will be finished with the Atlas landfill site by the end of the month and will turn the property over to the City of Welland before year’s end.

    “We have a little more waste coming in this month … November will see the final grading of the site,” Mike Deprez, vice-president of transfer and disposal for Walker Industries, told Welland politicians Tuesday night.

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