In a 2019 poll of 1000 Canadians, the Responsible Investment Association (RIA) found that 72% of people were interested in responsible investing. But only 23% of people said their financial institution or advisor asked if they were interested in investments that aligned with their values. 

Empties for Paws is challenging everyone to Share the Love this February and help save lives by donating their empty beer, wine, liquor bottles and Canadian Tire money to help raise funds for our furry friends. 

It shall be starting again! Keep posted at Poetry TAKES the NITE on Facebook for more info! — Last Saturday of every month 1-4pm at The Black Sheep- Lounge & Coffee Roasters.

Join us for Senior Yoga every Monday in January!

Monday January 6, 13, 20 and 27 Senior Yoga with Stephanie will take place in the Welland Library starting at 9:30am.

Please pre register for this event with Customer Service.

We are excited to announce the date of 2020 Canadian Tire Welland Floatfest!

Sunday July 5th, 2020

We’ll see you at Welland Scuba Park for our 5th Anniversary!

Thursday January 30th, 2020

Join us for lunch as Regional Chair Jim Bradley gives his Regional Address. The moderated discussion will cover topics including, the aftermath of non-amalgamation, the status of development in Niagara, and transportation including land, sea, and air.

Registration begins @ 11:30 am

Register Online Here

You probably received some shiny new electronics for Christmas, well there's no better time than after the holidays to recycle your old electronics.

Niagara home sales continued to rise in 2019 despite declining supply. 2020 is predicted to be another challenging market for buyers with multiple offers and another year of increasing prices on the horizon.

The annual residential home sales activity recorded through the MLS® system for the Niagara Association of REALTORS® (NAR) totalled 6,002 units in 2019 climbing 7.3% from the same period in 2018.

The Investment Readiness Program (IRP) is a new opportunity funded by the Government of Canada and administered through community foundations for social enterprises to launch, design, measure and scale their organization or project to get ready to access social financing. 

January 6 to February 21, 2020

Grades 4, 5 and 6 students across Canada are invited to submit a poem or essay explaining what home means to them. It’s a great way for students to engage in an interactive and fun way, and it teaches youth the importance of safe, affordable housing.

Each local entry results in a $10 donation to Habitat for Humantiy Niagara and the winner in each grade gets to direct a $30,000 grant to a local Habitat build.


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