NPCA reports illegal gatherings at NPCA

As part of Phase 2, the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority’s (NPCA) 41 conservation sites were opened to the public. While visitors are able to enjoy the great outdoors once again, the NPCA has noted that some have been vi ...

Read Post »

Opinion: Bylsma ouster done under smokescreen

By Mike Williscraft NewsNow There are some very serious matters at hand this week, so let’s start with the most serious, by far. A Big Mac with bacon on it is not a Big Mac any longer, so let’s just get that out there. On to l ...

Read Post »

NPCA hires new CAO, Sharma

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority has filled its chief administrative officers vacancy with the hiring of Chandra Sharma. Sharma will also act as secretary-treasurer. She will start Jan. 1, 2020. “Our new CAO brings t ...

Read Post »

Mike’s rant — NPCA issues just won’t subside

In the pick-a-topic, or council, atmosphere we live in these days where disruption, dysfunction and a significant level of core dislike among some council/board members/general public has become commonplace, one might think the Ni ...

Read Post »

NPCA cancels RFP process due to what is deems Board member interference

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority Board of Directors today voted unanimously to repeal the Hodgson Motion and direct the Chair of the Board of Directors to resume conversations with the Auditor General of Ontario. The r ...

Read Post »

Local News Matters! Help Support News Now with a Voluntary Subscription

Would you like to support NewsNow in its efforts? This is your opportunity.

Get Details