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.

Do you, or someone you know, own or run a business? Is it in compliance with the Canadian Anti-Spam Laws (CASL) that are being implemented July 1st? If your business engages in electronic marketing to Canadians, this seminar is a must-attend!

You are invited to a Seminar: Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Click the link for more info, and to purchase tickets!

B&B Niagara is a website that provides information on Bed and Breakfast locations and travel information for the Niagara on the Lake region.
 If you want to 1) Promote your Business;  2. Tell us about your stay; or 3. Are passionate about Niagara on the Lake - we’d love to hear from you!

MIller Restoration is truly a #LocalNiagara Business Success Story....

In June 1995, Greg Miller opened the doors of Greg Miller Restoration with a small handful of employees and big dreams to make it in the insurance restoration business. Through dedication and hard work, he grew his business into a viable contender and well respected in his field. Today Miller Restoration now has 27 employees and we are the industry leader in the Niagara Region. 

Register now for the Niagara Historical Society & Museum Presents Kid Curator Camps with two different dates to choose from.

There is nothing like strawberry season in Niagara.  Those delicious, vitamin packed berries will be at the Farmers' Market this Saturday, and promise to make more appearances in the weeks to come.  They certainly do steal the show!  Here in Niagara and at the Market, we are still enjoying local rhubarb, asparagus, lettuce, chard, and collard greens, and every week more and more farmers are joining us as their crops ripen.  As always, we have naturally raised meats, eggs, jams and preserves, made-to-order floral bouquets, fresh-baked breads, pies, and desserts. 

Commissioned by the Shaw FestivalMichael O’Brien’s adaptation of C.S Lewis’s The Magician’s Nephew opens the 2018 season on the Festival Theatre stage. No stranger to Narnia, Artistic Director Tim Carroll helms the first installment of this treasured fantasy series.

The small plot of graves is immediately distinguishable from the others in St. Vincent de Paul cemetery. Surrounded by a small iron fence, the 25 graves the bear the emblem of a white eagle, the symbol of a free Poland. The soldiers were newly emigrated Polish-Americans when they travelled from the U.S to Niagara-on-the-Lake to train for an independent Polish army during the First World War.


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