St. Catharines Government Policy Must Be Fair and Rules-Driven

Sound evidence and reasoning are the foundation to making sound decisions.

It is the principle that has guided our work at Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce. It is the principle that has steered the work of our governments as well.

Yet, on Oct. 7, St. Catharines city council narrowly voted to ignore both a staff recommendation and their own guidelines and declined to extend community improvement plan incentives (CIP) to a Port Dalhousie development.