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Celebrate a fireworks safe Victoria Day

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Celebrate a fireworks safe Victoria Day

Many St. Catharines residents will be celebrating Victoria Day with fireworks during the long weekend. But, Deputy Fire Chief Frank Biancucci cautions revelers to be safe, use common sense and follow the City’s rules for using fireworks. “From a safety perspective, we recommend residents attend a community fireworks display that is under the care of […]

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NC Students win gold at Skills Ontario competition

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NC Students win gold at Skills Ontario competition

Niagara College students showed their mastery of culinary arts as well as hairstyling at the 2018 Skills Ontario Competition, held May 7-9/2018 at the Toronto Congress Centre. NC dominated the podium in the Culinary Arts competition, with Second year Culinary Management student Quentin Petkovich bringing home the gold medal for the second year in a […]

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Joining the gig economy? 4 tips for getting the job done right

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Joining the gig economy? 4 tips for getting the job done right

Whether you run a side hustle or work freelance, now is a good time to make sure you’re equipped to successfully manage your business. Here are four areas to focus onto keep on track: Business Structure. If you’re just starting out, get professional advice to determine the business structure that works you. Whether you choose to […]

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Fort Erie Transit reverts back to one-way loop Transit System

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Fort Erie Transit reverts back to one-way loop Transit System

On October 2, 2017, the Town of Fort Erie launched an enhanced transit system with the assistance of a newly formed Transit Advisory Committee (TAC). TAC met regularly over the past seven months and provided feedback to Staff regarding changes that were made to the transit system. The changes included: Expanded routes in Fort Erie, […]

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Niagara College-led project prepares students for on-the-job education

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Niagara College-led project prepares students for on-the-job education

A project spearheaded by Niagara College is better preparing post-secondary students across the country for work-integrated learning opportunities (WIL) like co-op placements and apprenticeships. The Work Integrated Learning Open Module Initiative is a toolkit for post-secondary educators, consisting of 31 online modules that help students make the most of work-integrated learning opportunities offered by their […]

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Brock set to host Canadian Fencing National Championships

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Brock set to host Canadian Fencing National Championships

Brock University press release – More than 1,000 of the top fencing athletes in the country will descend on Brock University this week as the Canadian Fencing National Championships come to Niagara for the first time. Brock Fencing is hosting the Canadian Fencing Federation competition Friday, May 18 to Monday, May 21/2018, where national champions […]

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