Regardless of age we all need to move! Call Movement Unlimited and find out how we can help you with functional fitness to stay active and mobile for ease of everyday living! 

Did you get the memo? You know the one that came out in September 2015 highlighting the new and improved Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  There are 17 of them in total, one as necessary as the other. 

The Welland Museum is proud to announce our upcoming participation at the month-long Memphis in May International Festival.

 The Government of Canada is offering an incentive for businesses and not-for-profit organizations to hire students this summer. This program allows businesses and not-for-profits to grow and develop their organizations during the summer months and providing valuable work experience to students. 

The Welland River runs through Niagara from Lake Niapenco at the Binbrook Dam near the Hamilton Airport to the Niagara River (or almost the Niagara River). The current floodplain mapping is based upon research from 1985. A study to update this research was completed in 2012 but received significant critical review. The NPCA (Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority) has now commissioned a new study to map the entire river from the Binbrook Dam in Hamilton to the Niagara River. The study will subdivide the river into the upper Welland, central Welland and lower Welland sections.

A gym can be a very intimidating place to exercise, especially if you don’t feel like you know what you are doing or if you have injuries and you are worried about hurting yourself.  There are definite benefits to choosing a studio environment over a gym or health club.

Niagara College’s 19th annual Many Hands project officially kicked off today at the Hope Centre in Welland. Over the next three months, students from Niagara College’s Event Management (Graduate Certificate) and Renovation Technician programs will execute and support a series of renovations at the Hope Centre – a non-profit agency that provides services and support to individuals and families who are struggling with poverty-related issues.


It was the era of hair crimping and rooster bangs, parachute pants and leg warmers; a simpler time, when Tom Cruise was cool, Def Leppard drummers had two arms and Madonna only assumed the missionary position when she was portraying one in Shanghai Surprise. It was the 80s, and for club goers in Niagara, that meant dancing and partying at great clubs in a vibrant scene happening all across the region: The New York Thruway in Fort Erie, The Palmwood in Crystal Beach, Rumours in Niagara Falls, Gord’s Place in St. Catharines and of course, The AquaDuck in Welland.

The kids are back at school and summer vacations are now just fading memories, so it must be autumn. But the seasons don’tjust move on the calendar — they also change in your life. And, speaking of changes, you’ll have to make many of them as you move through the years — and that includes changes to your investment portfolio. But how will you know when it’s time to take action? 



There is no getting around it – divorce is painful and it can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be a messy and financially devastating life event.  One of the available alternative dispute resolution processes is called Family Mediation.  This process is voluntary, consensual and involves a specially trained neutral professional.  The Mediator helps the parties reach a mutually acceptable agreement. 



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