“Go confidently in your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.” With those words, first spoken by Henry David Thoreau, Niagara College Dan Patterson gave his final words of advice to Niagara College graduates.

After a decade of generally positive returns on the financial markets, and with persistent rumours of an economic slowdown, many investors seem inclined to turn to “safer” investments. But at what cost?

The Niagara Leadership Summit for Women presents an inclusive environment to encourage and celebrate women leaders in our community and opens the conversation surrounding women’s issues in Niagara. The event is hosted by the YWCA Niagara Region.

This event offers many valuable opportunities for women leaders and allies to connect, share common goals and evaluate common challenges, and network with like-minded community leaders.

Blotters, bingo cards and a random number generator are at the ready for November 5th. That’s when Niagara College’s Research & Innovation division hosts its Awesome Prizes Bingo event in support of United Way Niagara.

And while our NC department is hosting, the broader Niagara community is definitely being encouraged to join the fun.

Want to learn more about our group? ....Stop by Club Richelieu Monday October 28th 12pm to 9pm and see our Community Cooking Group in action. *****Anyone looking to help this month we are looking for donations of Hot Chocolate, mittens, socks, and hats as we aim to help the Mobile Outreach Truck prepare for winter. NO ONE SHOULD GO HUNGRY OR COLD THIS WINTER.

Rescue Me! A night of blazing rock music by the popular band Stonewall will fire up fund raising to preserve Welland’s classically designed Central Fire Station.

Students looking for a pathway to career success had a chance to explore the many opportunities that a college education can provide at the College Information Program (CIP) hosted by Niagara College at the Welland Campus on Monday, October 21.

On Saturday, October 26th, 2019, BCM (Bertie & Clinton) Insurance presents Walk for Hope, an event to benefit The Hope Centre.

We’re taking steps to end hunger, and we need you with us! You’re invited to walk and raise funds in support of The Hope Centre’s food security programs.

Walk for Hope participants will set out to conquer five kilometers of the trail at Welland’s beautiful Merritt Island. We need the support of our community to help us reach our $10,000 goal!


Come spend an evening with us and build your "Brand Story" as we welcome Janice Arnoldi, Partner, Janice & Robin Digital Communication. She will be exploring the art of Brand Storytelling and sharing how it can help you to better connect with your customers of all ages. Learn how to create a clear and meaningful brand message to help grow your business.

The Mayors of the cities of Welland, Thorold, Pelham, Port Colborne and Wainfleet all have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together on joint purchasing and procurement and shared services initiatives.

Municipalities, as public sector corporations, purchase a lot of goods and services every year such as vehicles, equipment, road salt, paper towels, photocopy paper, toner cartridges and computers.


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