Emergency Instructors could fill in at Niagara Catholic Elementary Schools.
The St. Catharines Santa Claus Parade is ready to go rain, snow or shine.
Niagara's largest indoor handmade market is a hot spot for holiday gifts.
The Niagara Region has hired two new waste collection contractors.
We now have 30 living wage employers in Niagara.
Niagara Residents can expect to see more R.I.D.E checkpoints through the holidays.
Come and kindle your Christmas Spirit with the scent of pine, the twinkle of white lights and the delights of the season at the ‘Very MORI Christmas PALOOZA’. The NOTL Christmas Market brings something for everyone; treats for the kids and friends, knits for Grandma, and a hot beverage…or two, for Mom and Dad as you stroll through our winter wonderland. Entry to the Palooza is $5 dollars at the door. Entry fee is waived for Mori Cardholders and kids & youth 15 and under. A portion of proceeds will support Niagara On The Lake Community Palliative Care & in-kind support to the Niagara On The Lake Rotary Holiday House Tour.
The endeavour to collect new, unwrapped gifts for local children. The drive will see trees set up at various community locations across St. Catharines. Residents can stop by, take a Little Angel tag off the tree, purchase a gift and return the tag and gift to any Tree of Little Angels location. The City will accept gifts for children up to 16 years old until Dec. 13, with Tree of Little Angels locations set up at City Hall; the St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre; St. Catharines Kiwanis Aquatics Centre; the Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre; older adult centres; and City-run community centres. Donations without tags, as well as gift card donations, will also be accepted. Last year the Christmas program helped about 13,000 individuals over the holidays, of which 3,000 were children who would not have otherwise received a gift.