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Niagara Regional Chair Alan Caslin and Mayor Doug Joyner, Public Health and Social Services Committee Chair, joined Niagara partners and community groups on Friday to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Niagara Prosperity Initiative (NPI).  Regional Chair Caslin also announced the 2018 recipients of Regional Council’s $1.5 million investment in 17 deserving projects.

The Rose City Seniors Centre Foundation Board awarded $1,000 bursaries to each of the four recipients.  Congratulations ladies.

The Elementary Teachers Federation has once again provided a timely donation to support student nutrition programs in school across Niagara.  The $7,500 donation will include paying for much needed equipment and supplies needed to ensure a high level of standard in preparing, storing and serving nutritious food. In addition, the donation paid for a hot breakfast at Sir Winston Churchill and will be repeated at a school in Niagara Falls in September, along with a fall donation of apples to elementary schools.

This initiative, supported by the Town's Active Transportation Committee, has been designed to engage the community and promote active and healthy lifestyles.

Discover, learn and enjoy Niagara on the Lake Ukesters every Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 at the NOTL Community Centre. It’s never too late to pick up a ukulele and learn. Good times guaranteed. Uke On!!

Niagara College and Excelsior Community College (ECC) in Kingston, Jamaica have inked an agreement that will provide a pathway for students in Excelsior’s business programs to advance their studies at Niagara College.

SupperMarket on Wednesday June 6th is going to be spectacular!  

This initiative, supported by the Town's Active Transportation Committee, has been designed to engage the community and promote active and healthy lifestyles.

WHO CAN JOIN?

The Step Challenge is open to anyone who lives and/or works in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Participants may register individually or as a team up to a maximum of six (6) people.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The 46th Annual MusicFest Canada was hosted from May 14-19, 2018 at the University of Toronto (Victoria University, Faculty of Music, Emmanuel College). During the week-long event full of music, learning, and fun, MusicFest inspired thousands of young musicians from across Canada and presented, in concert, some of the most outstanding artists and ensembles in North America. Chorus Niagara Children's Choir was required to qualify at the provincial level first before they were invited to compete at MusicFest. MusicFest is a national competition showcasing some of Canda's best ensembles. 

The Largest Outdoor 3 on 3 Tournament is here in Niagara Falls Ontario Canada!! On July 14/15, Street Hoops Canada will be playing host to all ages and skill levels at A.N. Myer highschool. There will also be a Free Throw, 3-Point, and Dunk competition open to all participants with $100 cash going to each winner! Along with great competition, there will be amazing food, beverage, and retail vendors available throughout the weekend. 

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