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Niagara College strikes liquid gold once again at U.S. Open Beer Championship

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Niagara College strikes liquid gold once again at U.S. Open Beer Championship

Niagara College’s Teaching Brewery has once again proven its brewing mettle on the world stage, netting two gold medals at the 2018 U.S. Open Beer Championship. The annual competition draws more than 6,300 entries from breweries around the world, including more than 110 different styles of beer. The Niagara College Teaching Brewery won gold in […]

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Wellness Wish reunites Brock grad with grandfather

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Wellness Wish reunites Brock grad with grandfather

Brock University press release – As a stream of relatives entered the house, 97-year-old Marshall Desveaux had one thing on his mind. “Where’s Katie?” he asked as each person entered the room. It had been four years since the New Waterford, N.S., resident had last seen his granddaughter, Brock University student Katie Desveaux, and the […]

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Brock research shows poor diet contributes to Alzheimer’s development

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Brock research shows poor diet contributes to Alzheimer’s development

Brock University press release – New research from Brock University has shown the food decisions you make today could contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease later in life. Brock research published recently in the journal Physiological Reports says a diet high in saturated fats and sucrose can lead to Alzheimer’s disease when paired with the normal […]

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Brock to play key role in new national grape and wine research cluster

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Brock to play key role in new national grape and wine research cluster

Brock University press release – For the first time, the Canadian grape and wine industry is coming together with the goal of strengthening the sector in a sustainable way. Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Lawrence MacAulay, announced Wednesday, July 4 a commitment of $8.4 million in funding to establish the Canadian Grape and Wine […]

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Soups On! scholarships awarded

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Soups On! scholarships awarded

Four high school students last week received $1,000 scholarships for exceptional social service in their schools and communities. During graduation ceremonies at the end of June, St. Kevin’s Social Justice Committee members congratulated the 2018 recipients: Zoe Bertrand – Blessed Trinity Catholic Secondary School; Ian Hauber – Ecole secondaire catholique Jean-Vanier; Jane Jarrett – Notre […]

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Applications now being accepted for NC’s next Many Hands Project

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Applications now being accepted for NC’s next Many Hands Project

Need a small upgrade to your facility or programming? All Niagara-based charitable organizations are welcome to submit their applications for Niagara College’s next Many Hands Project. Managed by the College’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Sport, as well as faculty and students from the Event Management (Graduate Certificate) program, the annual Many Hands Project has been making its […]

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