You will soon have an opportunity to vote for the new Town Council of Niagara on the Lake. There are a lot of issues that must be addressed. You can help to make a difference in the future of our town but only if you vote and vote only for the candidates that think will make a positive difference.

Ella starred in the Mirvish production of Annie at the Ed Mirvish theatre in Toronto.  She did 48 shows, 8 shows a week and was featured on the CBC and Global news.

The Niagara College Broadcasting graduate and current part-time faculty member was among the star-studded nominees and winners at the second annual Canadian International Faith and Family Film Festival (CIFF) held September 14-16 in Toronto – including Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Dennis Quaid and Mira Sorvino. Bessette attended CIFF with multiple award nominations for his 2012 film Trade of Innocents, and walked away with the Best Director award, while cast member Sorvino also won Best Lead Actress for her role in the film.

A vote for Clare Cameron is a vote to preserve what makes Niagara-on-the-Lake unique. For the fine examples of built and natural heritage that exist nowhere else but in NOTL, this means voting for a strong voice who will support the Municipal Heritage Committee, encourage the update of designation by-laws, and ensure that cultural heritage landscapes are recognized in a new and up to date Official Plan.  As a councillor Clare will work with professionals in the real estate sector to help share information on the heritage designation process, including its advantages and benefits.

If you haven't received it already, it's likely on its way.  Registered Niagara electors for this year's municipal and school board election will receive voter information notices or cards in the mail telling them when and where to vote, including advanced polling dates and locations for most municipalities in Niagara. This may not be applicable for municipalities who will vote by mail. 

This is based on a house worth $460,000

With cooler, sunny weather forecast for this first weekend of Autumn, stop by on Saturday morning for a coffee and breakfast or pastry, and pick up your fresh produce for the week.  You will see by the farmers’ tables that September in Niagara is by far one of the best harvest months.  Available for purchase are grapes, apples, pears, microgreens, herbs, beets, garlic, eggplant, zucchini, potatoes, and much, much more. 

Beer-lovers and brewing professionals in Prince Edward County are set to get a taste of Niagara College’s unique flavour of hands on learning. In conjunction with 555 Brewing Co., the College will offer its popular Brew Academy, a five-day training course on the art of beer-making, from Oct. 29 – Nov. 2. 

Pirates. Lost Boys. A ticking crocodile. J. M. Barrie’s classic story about the boy who wouldn’t grow up will come to life this fall in a lively musical reimagining for kids and kids-at-heart touring Southern Ontario from October 10-28, 2018.

Learn a little bit about who I am and what my chief concerns are for this election term.


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