I am not your typical candidate. I have been on Town Council and was Lord Mayor for 10 years. I have been a Regional Councillor and was Regional Chair and CEO for four years. I understand how the Town works and and how the Town and Region work together.

Niagara job-seekers and employers now have a new place to connect in the heart of Downtown St. Catharines. Niagara College’s Community Employment Services (CES) (formerly Employment and Training Solutions) celebrated the official opening of its new office space at 43 Church St. on Aug. 27.

Clare Cameron is one of the 25 candidates running for 8 seats on Town Council in Niagara-on-the-Lake this year. She grew up in Jordan Village, went to the University of Toronto and returned to Niagara after completing a Masters degree in History at McMaster University. 

 I really want to help preserve this beautiful Town which we all moved and grew up here. A little change is good but a big change is bad as I like a lot of people in this Town do not want to see it turn into another GTA City.

Only two weekends left before the kids head back to school!  This Saturday, The Farmers’ Market in conjunction with the NOTL Safety Committee and St. John’s Ambulance will be holding a free Car Seat Clinic at the Farmers' Market from 9am to 11am, just in time for back-to-school! Stop by to have your seat and installation inspected, receive safety tips, and have the peace of mind that your precious cargo is being safely transported. 

Downtown St. Catharines community members and and clients of Niagara College’s Community Employment Services (formerly Employment and Training Solutions) are invited to celebrate the grand opening of the team’s new office and community space, located at 43 Church St. in St. Catharines, on Monday, Aug. 27.

Ah, water. It’s hot out there; who doesn’t love the sound of rain pitter-pattering on the roof; watering the lawn and garden; providing a little relief from a heat wave?

Standing for Small Business Owners, Listening Families needs and Protecting the History of this beautiful area we all call Home - Niagara-on-the-Lake. 

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.


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