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Niagara College’s Game Development students got their game on at the program’s annual year-end showcase on April 19 where they revealed their finished video game projects for attendees to play and watch. The event was a collaboration between Niagara College’s Game Development program and the dual-credential Niagara College/Brock University Game Programming and Game Design programs.

On the morning of April 19, at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake campus, students in NC’s Event Management (Graduate Certificate) program celebrated the successful conclusion of the 2018 Many Hands Project at a special ceremony.

The Rose City Seniors Centre Foundation (RCSCF) has invested more than $89,000 towards facility improvements and recreation equipment for the Welland Community Wellness Complex (WCWC) over the past three years. Since the WCWC opened in 2011, the RCSCF has invested a grand total of $341,781 in purchases. In order to keep WCWC members active and engaged in programming, the RCSCF has introduced 11 new Aqua Bikes to the Therapeutic pool and brought smiles to many faces with a brand new pool table for the Billiards Room.

At Imbibitive Technologies we are passionate about beads.

This may seem odd, but our team sees and strongly believes in the environmental benefits of our proprietary product, IMBIBER BEADS®.

From our chemical engineers, to our product team, to our receptionists, we all have been witness time and time again to how IMBIBER BEADS® immediately address organic chemical spills and set in motion recovery of environmentally sensitive habitats.

More than 1,500 people are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant today in Ontario. This is their only treatment option, and every three days someone will die because they did not get their transplant in time. But the public can help. When you register your consent for organ and tissue donation, you let those waiting know that you would help them if you could.

Students in Niagara College’s Event Management (Graduate Certificate) program, faculty and others involved in the college’s Many Hands fundraiser will celebrate the successful conclusion of the 2018 project at a special ceremony on the morning of April 19. 

We all know that walking is a great form of exercise to improve overall fitness.  This is especially true for individuals who have been diagnosed with a neurological disorder such as a stroke, MS, cerebral palsy or a brain injury. However, if you find walking difficult this may seem like an impossible goal.  

According to volunteer.ca, 12.7 million people are making a difference across Canada through their volunteer efforts. Volunteer Week is April 15-21 and the City of Welland is looking forward to celebrating all of the amazing volunteers who make a difference in our community.

Planning a kitchen renovation this Spring? Call the Salvage Team at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore! They have a team of expertly trained volunteers and Habitat team members that will remove your existing kitchen FREE of charge and you’ll receive a tax receipt for the donation.

Enjoy free concerts on the floating stage at Merritt Park this summer. All concerts are on Friday nights and begin at 7pm, unless otherwise noted.


2018 Concerts on the Canal Lineup:

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