The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is pleased to announce that Con Gusto Artisan Bakery has become a certified living wage employer at the Champion level.  Since first opening its doors in 2006, Con Gusto has earned a reputation as a go-to source for premium-quality artisanal breads, pastries and traditional Italian baking in Niagara. Based in St. Catharines, they currently employ six full-time and one part-time staff.


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The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is pleased to announce that Centennial Construction and Contracting (Niagara) Inc. has become a certified living wage employer at the Champion level. 

Niagara College will mark its 20th year of applied research activity with the honour of earning the number one spot in all of Canada for research. In its annual report “Top 50 Research Colleges,” Research Infosource Inc. has announced that Niagara College has secured the top place in the country, based on total research funding numbers for 2018. The listing also demonstrates NC’s steady standing as a leader in research in Canada, as this represents the fifth year in a row of being in the Top 10.

It’s time to put down your razors, scissors or clippers and grow out your facial hair for prostate cancer care in Niagara. Niagara Health Foundation’s Moustache Mania is back! 

A Niagara Health physician is leading the launch of a national network to support the growth of research in Intensive Care Units at community hospitals in Canada. The Canadian Community ICU Research Network, which held its inaugural meeting on Monday in Toronto, is the brainchild of Dr. Jennifer Tsang, Niagara Health’s Research Lead and Intensivist, a physician who works in the ICU.

More than 1800 items are up for grabs in this year's Rotary TV Auction and proceeds go to local and international charity projects!  It's a WIN/WIN!!  The Rotary TV Auction is a joint venture between all of the Rotary Clubs of Niagara and Your TV. All items are donated by local, community minded businesses.

Just in time for Remembrance Day, Niagara College’s Teaching Brewery has rolled out a commemorative wartime brew inspired by an English beer that helped maintain the morale of the Allied forces 75 years ago.

Niagara College, which launched Canada’s first postsecondary credential in cannabis production in 2018, has joined five Canadian colleges and Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), in forming the College Consortium for Cannabis, an entity that is unique in the postsecondary sector.

History is back on tap at the Niagara College Teaching Brewery – just in time for Remembrance Day. A group of staff and students from the College’s Teaching Brewery will meet with representatives from local Royal Canadian Legion branches on November 7, to mark the re-release of the commemorative wartime brew.


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