The opening of Niagara Health’s St. Catharines Site on March 24, 2013, ushered in a new standard of hospital care in Niagara. New and enhanced regional programs were introduced in St. Catharines and at our sites across the region. Thousands of cancer, heart, mental health and other patients now have access to vital healthcare services right here in Niagara.

Today, students and staff at numerous post-secondary campuses across Ontario are speaking up, taking action and encouraging their campus to become part of the smoke-free movement. In support, Niagara Region Public Health and Leave The Pack Behind are hosting a 1DayStand event at Brock University to raise awareness with staff and students of the benefits of a smoke-free campus, and to collect signatures in support of a smoke-free campus policy. The event takes place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre lobby.

CAA Niagara kicked off the 15th Worst Roads campaign today with a request for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians to advocate for better, safer roads in Niagara. Representatives from local government, police services and the Niagara Region, got a first-hand experience of the good, the bad and the bumpy roads of Niagara during a 60-minute bus tour that highlighted roads needing improvement and showcasing roads that have been fixed over the last 15 years. 

The Spring & Summer 2018 Community Guide is now available online! To read about aquatic programs, summer camps, and so much more, click here: .

Extra copies are available at the Town Municipal Offices and the NOTL Community Centre.

The Town of Niagara On The Lake has set aside a significant site in the heart of the Old Town to understand, celebrate, and honour it's Black History. Mike Balsom recently attended a fundraising event at Stratus Vineyards to learn more about "Voices of Freedom", an experimental art installation designed to engage, educate and challenge. Learn how you can help ensuring these significant nation shaping stories are heard!

Beef-on-a-Bun, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Chips, Pie, Beverages

Tickets available at the door or call 905 468-7020.

Friday, April 6, 5.00pm to 7.00pm.

Adults $14.00, Children (under 10) $5.00.


The Niagara Peninsula Aboriginal Area Management Board (NPAAMB) is pleased to announce the federal government funding of the “JOURNEY TO SUCCESS” program for urban Indigenous youth in southern Ontario. NPAAMB will design, deliver and evaluate the impact of a culturally relevant and demand driven essential skills training program over 48 months.

If you are a student interested in a unique summer job experience, apply for one of our positions at Fort George & Brock's Monument!

Over 75 juried fine art artists and artisans exhibit art ranging from original artworks in oil, acrylic, encaustic, pastel, watercolour, mixed media, photography, and pottery, ceramics, segmented and turned wood, glass and jewellery.

​There is something for every taste and every budget.

Save the Date! Mother's Day Weekend May 11 - 12 - 13th 2018

On April 6, join the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake as we kick-off our Dig Our Roots appellation celebration weekend in style with the most extensive winemaker’s dinner you’ve ever experienced! Begin with a sparkling wine reception with canapes, followed by a multiple course dinner paired with wine flights and finish the evening with an Icewine reception. Winemakers from our more than 20 member wineries will be in attendance and at your tables to tell you about the wines being served and why the Niagara-on-the-Lake appellation is so important to making great wine.


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