1. EventResources & Publications

    Better Business Outcomes Through A More Secure Workforce (Event Recording)

    This is an event recording of the May 15th, 2019 webinar “Better Business Outcomes Through a More Secure Workforce” with Damin Starr of Damin Starr Commercial Enterprises located in the Town of Lincoln as one of the webinar presenters. This webinar highlighted ways employers can learn how to mitigate risks...
  2. Community Blog

    Niagara Community Foundation: Governance Partners Program (GPP)

    The Governance Partners Program (GPP) was launched by the Niagara Community Foundation in 2016. This program helps registered charities identify their strengths and challenges they are facing in governance and management, and to provide expertise and resources to help charities improve their practices. Strong governance is about: Board leadership, oversight,...
  3. Community Blog

    Niagara College Becomes Canada’s First College to Join Age-Friendly University Global Network

    Niagara College has become the first college in Canada to be designated as a member of the Age-Friendly University (AFU) Global Network. Currently comprised of 44 postsecondary institutions from around the world – including six Canadian universities – the global network is dedicated to the role higher education can play...
  4. Resources & Publications

    Recent Canadian Immigrant Seniors: A Literature Review of Settlement Experiences and Services

    This literature review provides an overview of the Canadian academic and grey literature outlining the experiences and challenges faced by recent immigrant seniors during their first five years of settlement. Three questions guided this literature review: What settlement experiences and challenges facing recent immigrant seniors are outlined in the Canadian...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Indigenous Peoples of Canada Learning Resources

    Though created to supplement classroom learning in conjunction with an Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada Giant Floor Map, the wealth of resources and background data shared on this website are relevant for anyone looking for a deeper understanding of Indigenous history and context and Canada. Resources cross many topics such...
  6. Community Blog

    Support for Internationally Trained Professionals in Niagara

    Newcomers are important to the economic and cultural future of Niagara. However, for internationally trained professionals the process to transfer education and work experience to the same profession in Canada can be both confusing and discouraging. The Welland Heritage Council & Multicultural Centre has a new program to provide support...
  7. Community Blog

    Keeping Your Brain Stimulated in a Social and Educational Environment

    Older adults are living longer and want to keep engaged in various social and learning activities as part of their lifestyle. This thirst for knowledge, active participation, and social interaction is becoming the new standard. The concept of “Third Age Learning” has been around for many years. There are several...
  8. Resources & Publications

    Stepping up 2016 Annual Report: A Strategic Framework to Help Ontario’s Youth Succeed

    Stepping Up: A Strategic Framework to Help Ontario’s Youth Succeed (2013) is the Government of Ontario’s framework to support the positive development of Ontario youth aged 12 to 25. Stepping Up includes a commitment to report annually on outcomes and indicators that show how youth are doing in Ontario. Stepping...
  9. Resources & Publications

    Second Global Report on Gastronomy Tourism

    As global tourism is on the rise and competition between destinations increases, unique local and regional intangible cultural heritage has increasingly become the discerning factor for the attraction and amusement of tourists. Gastronomy tourism has emerged as particularly important in this regard, not only because food and drink is central...

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