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Canopy Growth Corporation ("Canopy Growth") or (“the Company”) (TSX: WEED) and Niagara College (“the College”) today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) to create new experience-based learning opportunities for college students and graduates. This valuable partnership will also support the increased workforce demand at Canopy Growth facilities across Canada and generate joint research and community engagement opportunities for the Niagara region, an area the Company has proudly called home since June 2014.

Bring your Mom for brunch and stroll through over 75 juried fine art artists and artisans exhibits.

Sunday May 13, 11.00 am to 3.00 pm – a delicious Brunch catered by chef Ray Haymes from Churchhill Natural Meats and Rachael Haymes from Nature’s Corner Bakery and Cafe in the Salvador Deli area.

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.  

Amber Lee Williams exhibition: (un)hidden

Date: Thursday April 5 to Saturday April 28

Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 1-5 pm

Location: Visual Arts Exhibition Space, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

A free community event!

Brock Visual Arts student Amber Lee Williams presents photographs, sculptures and installations investigating motherhood, relationships within the family, and loss. 

 

This self-guided garden tour takes place Saturday, July 7, 2018, 10 am - 4 pm. The tour takes you through 10 lovely private gardens in Old Town historic Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. 

The Fonthill Lions Agriculture Night Guest Speaker, Dylan Wiens is a third generation tender fruit farmer in Niagara On the Lake and Operations Manager at Kai Wiens Family Farm, a 160 acre farm specializing in peaches. He and his wife Sara have three children, Oliver, Sophie and Molly. He attended Western University for Music and Ethics, Niagara College for International Commerce, and the Rural Ontario Institute for Advanced Agricultural Leadership. This modern family run farm focuses on integration and efficiency.

With less than four weeks to go before the sixth annual Mudfest, one time slot is already full and several others are at least half full at this point.

In other words, if you’re contemplating putting together a team — really one of the best ways to experience this amazing mud-run obstacle course — then we encourage you to get registered today so you can all participate together!

The Business of Ageing Niagara Network (BANN) launched by AGEWORKS™ in conjuction with Niagara College is a membership-based networking group for individuals who are interested in learning more about issues pertaining to an ageing population, age inclusiveness and targeting older adults.

Sarah Slean returns!  The Niagara Symphony Orchestra is delighted to welcome back one of Canada's most beloved singers for our final POPS! concert of the season.  In her symphony show, Reimagining Broadway, this gifted artist layers classic Broadway show tunes with her own perspective and superlative voice, creating an unforgettable evening of song.   Debuted in 2014, Reimagining Broadway was developed with one of Canada's most entertaining jazz ensembles, the  Juno-nominated Mike Janzen Trio.  A little jazzy, a touch of saucy cabaret - you'll hear these gems in a whole new way!  POPS! 4, Sarah Slean's Reimagining Broadway is presented in Partridge Hall, Saturday April 21 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday April 22 at 2:30 p.m. 

After weeks of exchanging letters, a class of students from Niagara College finally met face-to-face with their pen pals from St. Catharines-based Heidehof Home for the Aged on April 10. The Pen Pal Social marked the culmination of an inaugural Pen Pal project which paired 60 first-year Recreation Therapy students from the College with 20 seniors from Heidehof. Over a four-week period prior to the social, the students and seniors exchanged hand-written letters. Each letter focused on a pillar of well-being: happiness, compassion, diversity and gratitude. On April 10, marking their fifth and final week of the project, faculty and students travelled to Heidehof to meet their pen pals and participate in their final theme: social connectedness.

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