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$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.​

On Thursday, August 23rd at 6:00 p.m. a ceremony will be held to unveil this year’s inductee to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Sports Wall of Fame.​

The Hotel Dieu Shaver Foundation Board of Directors calls for individuals to submit names of candidates to serve on the Board commencing September 2018.

Based on an investigation and report by St. Catharines Standard reporters today, Mayor Dave Augustyn has filed a complaint asking the Ontario Ombudsman to investigate the 2016 hiring of current CAO and intends to ask questions of the current Chair during tonight’s Council meeting. He is also calling for an Human Resources audit of management employees hired under the current CAO and Chair.

Meet up with friends and neighbours this Saturday @ Farmers’ Market.  There is nowhere better than Niagara at this time of the year for fresh fruits and vegetables!  Look forward to purchasing peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines, raspberries, salad greens, sprouts & microgreens, fresh herbs, potatoes, green beans, beets, and much, much more.

Niagara College has received over $1.6 million to help fund cutting-edge beverage research equipment for the College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute Innovation Centre (CFWI IC), which will be housed within the College’s new Marotta Family Innovation Complex. This infrastructure will directly support applied research and world-class training specifically for the wine, beer, spirits and non-alcoholic beverage sectors in Niagara.

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