The time is now for Niagara-on-the-Lake to be making smart investments in services and infrastructure to provide a high quality of life for residents of all ages, while keeping property taxes low.

Speaking with a Lawyer as I wanted to make sure I could do this legally, I want to find an area such as in Glendale area that affordable housing can be built. But there is a catch to prevent people selling them off quick to make a profit.

The first batch of students in Canada’s first Artisan Distilling (Graduate Certificate) program were officially welcomed into their new home, a unique state of the art Teaching Distillery at Niagara College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus.

Waste Reduction Week (Oct. 15 to 20) is a national environmental campaign that builds awareness around sustainable and responsible consumption, and promotes actions that divert more waste from disposal and conserve natural resources. In recognition of Waste Reduction Week, Niagara Region will be offering free public tours, hosting an information booth and holding a contest to educate residents about the importance of waste reduction. Tours are free of charge, reservations are required to participate in the tours and space is limited.

Niagara College has been awarded three new contracts for global development projects as part of the Pacific Alliance (PA) program, a global development investment managed by Colleges and Institutes Canada  that focuses on sustainable development and skills for employment in Latin America.

Niagara voters hoping to cast their ballot before Election Day on October 22, 2018 can do so at advance polling sites.  

Niagara College will celebrate the opening of Canada’s first Teaching Distillery, home of its new Artisan Distilling (Graduate Certificate) program, at a special event at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake campus on Thursday, Oct. 4. 

Meals on Wheels Association (MOWAN) announced today that October is Community Support Month. Community Support month is celebrated across Ontario and is an opportunity to acknowledge and raise awareness of the value of supports available in our region. October 1 October 7, 2018 is Meals on Wheels week. The delivery of almost 3000 hot and frozen meals each week, carried out by caring volunteers, also includes a safety check on the well­being of the client. This valuable program helps clients live independently in their own homes and communities for as long as possible. As Ontario’s population ages, community support services will become even more important.

Creating better bus routes that connect all 5 main villages that makes up Niagara on the Lake. It was done BADLY before, now with the increase of population more than 2,000 since the Bus was first introduced.  This will help out local businesses, release more car park spaces and give an alternative to people relying on Family members for a ride to the Doctors and shopping.

A vote for Clare Cameron is a vote for growth that responds to the interests of residents, and expresses the unique character of each village in Niagara-on-the-Lake.  Future residential and commercial development needs a strong and up to date Official Plan, with clear standards that express the kind of community we want to be in the long term.  As a councillor, Clare will make approval of a new Official Plan a top priority in 2019.


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