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Author: Mayor Walter Sendzik

The Compassionate City Project: Opening the circle — a lesson in compassion and community

The Compassionate City Project: Opening the circle — a lesson in compassion and community

The Compassionate City Project: Opening the circle — a lesson in compassion and community May ambassador Chris Sinclair reflects on the fourth weekend of the #CompassionateSTC initiative This article originally appeared in Niagara This Week – St. Catharines, June 30, 2017 By Chris Sinclair Shortly after being asked to be 1 of 12 ambassadors for […]

Congratulations Salvation Army St. Catharines – more than 130 years of service

Congratulations Salvation Army St. Catharines – more than 130 years of service

Congratulations Salvation Army St. Catharines On June 17 the Salvation Army of St. Catharines celebrated the opening of a new extension at its north St. Catharines church and facility. I was honoured to participate in this special event with other community leaders and celebrate the Salvation Army’s commitment to our community. Around the world, the […]

Our Home with Mayor Sendzik: JCI St. Catharines and the JCI Compassionate City Project

Our Home with Mayor Sendzik: JCI St. Catharines and the JCI Compassionate City Project

March 28, 2017 Watch the latest episode of Our Home on TVCogeco featuring a discussion with the JCI’s of St. Catharines Crispin Bottomley, National Vice President of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Canada and Steve Boese, JCI member discuss the JCI’s in the community and their newest project – the JCI Compassionate City Project

The Compassionate City Project: Compassion takes many forms

The Compassionate City Project: Compassion takes many forms

The Compassionate City Project: Compassion takes many forms This article originally appeared in Niagara This Week – St. Catharines on March 7, 2018 By Bones, Niagara IceDogs mascot Helping out in St. Catharines during our #CompassionateSTC weekend was such a great experience. I was able to help several people with different tasks over a three-day […]

Brock alumni and staff help launch compassionate city campaign

Brock alumni and staff help launch compassionate city campaign

This article originally appeared in the Brock News Feb. 9, 2017 By Kate Book They’re Brock alumni and Niagara community members, but most importantly, they share the common goal of wanting to make St. Catharines a safe, compassionate and inclusive city. The year-long social media campaign, #CompassionateSTC, was recently launched by JCI St. Catharines in […]

The Compassionate City Project: Compassion can start with simple acts – Jessica Potts

The Compassionate City Project: Compassion can start with simple acts – Jessica Potts

  The Compassionate City Project: Compassion can start with simple acts This article originally appeared in Niagara This Week on Feb. 2, 2017 By Jessica Potts Compassion is like a yellow Volkswagen – once it’s on your radar, you see it all over the place. This past weekend, I kicked off the #CompassionateSTC project, a year-long […]

Mayor Sendzik meets with Chief McGuire to discuss Queenston Street community response

Mayor Sendzik meets with Chief McGuire to discuss Queenston Street community response

July 26, 2016 – St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik met with Niagara Regional Police Chief Jeff McGuire this week to discuss community issues and police activity in the Queenston Street and Gale Crescent neighbourhood. The discussion with the Chief comes after the Mayor held meetings with local business owners, service agencies, public health officials and […]