The Ontario Government is conducting a Regional Government Review and is seeking input from municipalities, stakeholders, and the public. A survey has been posted online and you are invited to share your thoughts.

Have your say on tobacco, cannabis and vaping in outdoor public spaces in Niagara for a chance to WIN one of three $50 gift cards! Survey closes April 5th. 

The Niagara Poverty Reduction Network is pleased to announce that Dispatch has become a certified living wage employer.

Can letter writing increase well being?  Niagara College Recreation Therapy students are finding out first hand, as part of a class assignment that has them exchanging hand-written letters with seniors and youth. The positive intervention assignment, known as the Pen Pal Project, is part of an Applied Positive Strategies in Therapeutic Recreation class, where students learn about well being and leading theories about how to increase it.

What difference can five minutes make? For budding entrepreneurs at Niagara College, it can help make their business dreams come true – if they make the perfect pitch.

Canada’s first class of Artisan Distilling students have achieved a new milestone with completion of Niagara College Teaching Distillery’s first vodka. After more than a month in the making, School Spirits Small Batch Vodka made its debut on March 28. It is the second product from the class of 16 students who began their studies in September 2018, following the release of an Eau-de-vie de Fruits in mid-January.

CAA Niagara announced the launch of its annual Worst Roads campaign today, once again giving Niagara drivers, cyclists and pedestrians a platform from which to advocate for safer roads.

Niagara College students will get a taste of the growing diversity on campus at a new food and arts celebration.​ Called ‘WorldDISH,’ the event – presented by NC Student Administrative Council (NCSAC), Centre for Student Engagement and Leadership (CSEL) and the International Division – will give students an opportunity to celebrate and enjoy their diverse cultural backgrounds through food and the arts. It will be held on Wednesday, March 27 at the Welland Campus (The Core).

Mike Drak, Co-Author of “Victory Lap Retirement” speaks on “How to design a heathy fulfilling retirement lifestyle”

Give your gently used home goods a new home – and save $$$ when you shop the ReStore!

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is spring cleaning’s best friend. Donate your unwanted items and clear out the clutter to make space in your home or prepare for a fresh new look.

When you donate your gently used items to any Niagara ReStore from March 25 – April 6 you’ll receive a coupon as a thank you for your donation. While you’re already at the ReStore, use your shiny new coupon to take 20% off your entire purchase!


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