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Redesigned website for college athletics

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Redesigned website for college athletics

A redesigned website — www.goknights.ca — for Niagara College’s department of athletics and recreation was launched this week. “The website is designed to provide easy and accessible information to all members of the Niagara College athletics and recreation community. We really wanted our website to showcase the high performance programming we offer from both an intercollegiate […]

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ncTakeOff launches at college

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ncTakeOff launches at college

Niagara College launched a new initiative that will expand entrepreneurship activities across all of its programs; while increasing student access to experts, mentors, events, and opportunities on campus and in the community Wednesday marked the official launch of ncTakeOff, led jointly by the college’s business, hospitality, environment, media, trades and technology divisions. In a release, […]

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Golf comes to St. Catharines schools

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Golf comes to St. Catharines schools

Students at three elementary schools in St. Catharines will have the opportunity to be introduced to the sport of golf thanks to Niagara College students. Niagara College’s Business Administration – Professional Golf Management (Co-op) program recently donated more than $1,400 to the National Golf in Schools program that will bring the program to Memorial Public […]

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Culinary event to showcase Ottawa chefs

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Culinary event to showcase Ottawa chefs

Four top chefs from Ottawa will bring their culinary talents to Niagara College for the fourth instalment of its 2014-15 Chef Signature Series Saturday. Visiting chefs Michael Blackie of Next Restaurant, Stephen La Salle of The Albion Rooms, Kyle Mortimer-Proulx of Lowerton Brewery, and Norm Aitken, who has a new restaurant coming soon, will cook at […]

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Many Hands helping Strive Niagara

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Many Hands helping Strive Niagara

Strive Niagara’s Welland facilities will see a significant upgrade thanks to Niagara College’s Many Hands Project. A special ceremony was held Friday to kick-off the project, which will see the agency’s building undergo changes to the existing reception area, main entry corridor, a new waiting area and new flooring in the childcare area. Areas of […]

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Harvest time at Niagara College

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Harvest time at Niagara College

Facing sub-zero temperatures, students from Niagara College’s Teaching Winery fanned out in the darkness Tuesday morning to harvest Vidal and Cabernet Franc grapes from the vineyard along Taylor Rd. “We’re picking icewine grapes. It’s the perfect day for it,” said wine program professor Ron Giesbrecht, as he watched the harvest. The Teaching Winery and vineyard […]

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