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Join in in the vineyards of Trius Winery for a beautiful day of yoga and wine. On Sun​day Ju​ly 30, from 11​:00am - 5​:00pm, you'll have the chance to do one or two 1.5 hour yoga clases, plus demos, wine tasting, vendors, snacks and more!

There’s no question: being self-employed is quite different from being a paid employee. But different how, exactly? Here are a few financial details specific to each situation, along with some tips to guide your first steps if the adventure of self-employment is calling you.

Guest Post via Fred Mercnik FredsEye.com

The Makery is a new technology room at the newly renovated library in Niagara-on-the-Lake. allows children access to high- tech computers,  3-D printers,  and hands on help.  They will be able to design, create, and innovate. This is a great way of attracting young minds to come to the library, to actually learn and become inspired.

TD Niagara Jazz Festival and Krāv Fine Grill & Bar are offering a little ‘Sass in the City’ this weekend, to herald in the opening of the latest addition to St. Catharines’ gourmet and entertainment scene. And who better to do that than the irrepressible Diva of all sass, Cinnamon Jones, with her earthy, bluesy, and soul-filled mighty arrangements. Together with her band, she will kick off the Krāv "After Dark" Grand Opening this Saturday, July 1.

Encompassing six different time zones and having the world’s longest coastline, Canada is truly enormous, which makes way for many facts and peculiarities.

Award-winning journalist Murray Brewster returns to alma mater for Spring Convocation. "I envy you. Because you are at the beginning of the adventure." Those were the words of award-winning journalist Murray Brewster as he addressed more than 900 new graduates from Niagara College's schools of Media, Trades and Technology on June 23.

The NOTL Writers `Circle is pleased to announce that the 2017 Rising Spirits Writing Contest is now open and proudly celebrating Canada’s 150thbirthday. With amazing winning prize packages and the opportunity to be published in the Rising Spirits Anthology, the NOTL Writers‘ Circle invites writers in the Niagara Region to submit short stories and poetry on the theme of The Canadian Spirit. 

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is in receipt of a $5,000 grant from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Blue Water Project. The RBC Blue Water Project is a historic, wide-ranging, 10-year global commitment to help protect the world’s most precious natural resource: fresh water.

CEM Engineering has affirmed their commitment to corporate sustainability by joining Niagara Sustainability Initiative (NSI)’s Carbon Project. CEM Engineering is welcomed by a network of environmental leaders of 19 organizations in Niagara.

Unfortunately, due to a scheduling conflict, Last Chance Horse & Pony Rescue has had to reschedule the pony rides until next week.  Last Chance Horse & Pony Rescue & Sanctuary will be @ The SupperMarket on Wednesday June 28th, offering pony rides to young children for a $5 donation that will go directly back into the care of the unwanted horses and ponies in their care.  
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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