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One of the questions people frequently ask of new political candidates is, "why are you running?" Clare Cameron is running for the future of Niagara-on-the-Lake, wanting to ensure that this outstanding municipality retains its local character for many years to come.  As a parent who is now expecting her second child in November, this is a deeply personal interest for her.

For those in pursuit of personal or professional growth, Niagara College has hundreds of Part Time Studies courses and programs available for fall 2018, both on campus and online.

We are excited to announce the launch of our 

With just over two months until the recreational use of cannabis becomes legal, a new CAA Niagara survey shows 75 per cent of respondents are concerned about their safety on the road once the new law comes into force.

I’m the proud owner of the Scottish Loft here in Niagara-on-the-Lake which is run by my family and loyal staff members. I took over the store just over 3 years ago from another family that was running it for over 20 Years! My eldest daughter had been working there for 6 years before we took over.

$39 tickets - $22 for students on select performances​

David Dickson, head distiller at Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers in Beamsville, will bring his experience and leadership to Niagara College’s Artisan Distilling program as the College’s distiller, beginning Aug. 20.​

A popular student space at Niagara College has been named among the best in Canada. Canadian Interiors magazine has selected the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake (NOTL) Campus student commons as a winner in its 2018 Best of Canada Design Competition. The NC space is among 22 projects – one of three in the institutional category – to be named winners of the magazine’s 21st annual competition, celebrating the best interior and product design across Canada.

Clare was born and raised in Niagara.  She grew up in Jordan Village and visited Niagara-on-the-Lake frequently, with fond memories of the Royal George, Oban Inn, Virgil Stampede and Queenston Heights.  In the 1950s, her grandparents owned a property on King Street in Old Town.​

In light of the Ontario Government’s unexpected and anti-democratic announcement this morning to cancel the Niagara Chair election this Fall, Chair Candidate Dave Augustyn filed his nomination in Pelham to become a Regional Councillor.​

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