Another business in St. Catharines has been named as a certified Living Wage Employer
Another business in St. Catharines has been named as a certified Living Wage Employer.
The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is announcing Second Dance Bridal has made the pledge.
A 'living wage' reflects the amount needed to realistically survive in Niagara: officials with the Network have set the rate at 17 dollars and 99 cents per hour.
Ontario's minimum wage currently sits at 14 dollars.
Second Dance Bridal is a consignment bridal boutique currently employees six part time staff.
The region has selected two new garbage collectors that will take over in October of 2020. Director of Waste Management Services with the Niagara Region, Catherine Habermebl joins the show to discuss the the companies that will be taking over and the process of the decision.
MTO will be making the Thorold tunnel one way for the winter. Thorold Mayor, Terry Ugilini joins the show to discuss how they`re trying to work out solutions that can work for the city and MTO moving forward.
The Winter Festival of Lights launches this weekend for it`s 37th year. Executive Director, Tina Myers talks about what to expect from this years launch. The opening ceremonies start at 3 pm today until 8 pm. They have new interactive exhibits along with the traditional fireworks.