A group of Niagara College students are ready to put down their books and get their hands dirty on a mid-term break trip to Ecuador. Their mission: to help remove barriers to education.

On January 30, over 250 people gathered to "Break The Bank" at Niagara Health Foundation’s Annual Elimination Draw at the Croatian National Home in Welland. Community partners and their patients. The Elimination Draw specifically supports the purchase of vital medical equipment for Niagara Health’s Welland Site not covered by government funding. 

The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is pleased to announce that the John Howard Society of Niagara has become a certified Living Wage Employer.

Mayor Frank Campion addressed a crowd of 100 people today at the Welland Public Library to deliver his annual year-in-review fundraiser and highlighted the city’s growth and development agenda. Guests filled the library to enjoy a catered breakfast, with proceeds benefiting United Way Niagara.

Join us on Saturday March 23, 2019 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, for the Cuvée Grand Tasting. Guests can taste over 100 VQA wines from 48 Ontario wineries and sample signature dishes created by renowned chefs at 12 live cooking stations. 

Saturday, March 2, 2019
7:00pm – 9:30pm Providence Church 4845 King Street, Beamsville
Tickets: $25
Call: 905-562-4454
Donations will support the El Rosalito – Ocoa Water Project Visit: to learn more.

Shopping for a new home can be intimidating. With so many things to do and think about, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are some good tips for making the home hunting process a lot easier and much less stressful.

The City of Welland is moving forward with designing a comprehensive Parks, Recreation, and Culture Master Plan that will reflect the public’s needs and Council’s strategic priorities.   Welland City Council approved Monteith Brown Planning Consultants to manage the project process and facilitate the design of a 10-year Master Plan that will evolve through public engagement. The Parks, Recreation, and Culture Divisions last implemented a Master Plan in 2006, which was designed successfully due to extensive community engagement. 

Fish & Chips scheduled for Friday February 8, 2019 has been cancelled due to renovations occurring at Club Castropignano.

Niagara College is hosting a workshop to help equip fitness and health professionals gain the latest knowledge and skills from the oncology field. The Lymphedema Management workshop will be taught by the College’s Fitness and Health Promotion professor Jodi Steele. Steele is a registered physiotherapist and founder of Cancer Rehab Inc. – Canada’s first not-for-profit cancer rehabilitation centre.


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