Niagara-on-the-Lake just launched a new online engagement platform called “Join the Conversation”. Join the Conversation is an online space that allows registered users to follow along and contribute their ideas and opinions on community matters that are important to them.
Job-seekers and employers across Niagara have a new way to connect, thanks to Niagara College’s new Employment and Training Solutions website, launched today. The new site, available at niagaracollege.ca/ets offers an easy-to-use job postings board, open to anyone in the community seeking employment. Users can browse current job opportunities and apply for positions directly through the site, without having to create a profile.
The SCAA and Performance Toyota present the 3rd Annual Art Lovers’ Affair Show & Sale, Fri. Feb. 9 to Sun. Feb. 11, 10 – 5 pm (4 pm on Sun.) at Hernder Estate Wines. View and purchase work from talented local artists while sipping award-winning wine or complimentary coffee and treats. Join in on the popular raffles, including an exciting prize package from Performance Toyota. The returning Silent Auction closes at 1 pm on Sunday.
Niagara Region is committed to responding to and repairing potholes occurring on Regional roads as a result of harsh winter weather conditions. Residents can report a pothole on the Region’s website or by calling 905-980-6000 ext. 3690 or toll-free at 1-877-552-5579. If your vehicle is damaged after striking a pothole, it's recommended you take following actions...
For your personal safety, please stay off the ice at the mouth of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario shoreline. Warning signs have been posted at these locations and police may be called should someone disregard the signs and continue onto the ice.
Come out and #RoarForCancer on Sunday, March 14th at the River Lions game in support of Wellspring Niagara! You can even purchase a sweatershirt in support of Wellspring, only 75 will be made so grab yours early! And don't forget your 50/50 ticket!
Nominations are now open for the 2018 T. Roy Adams Humanitarian of the Year Award. The award honours the memory of the late Councillor T. Roy Adams and is presented annually to a current resident of Niagara who best exemplifies Roy’s values and dedication to community service; a person who sees volunteerism as an integral part of their life. Last year’s winner was Tom Rankin.
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