$50,000 in financial aid available to students from low-income families entering college, university
Amanda McIntyre achieved a 96.81 grade point average, while attending college, working placements and raising a toddler.
For the fourth consecutive year, Niagara Catholic staff and students can be proud of their environmental awareness and stewardship
The agreement with the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario was announced Thursday morning.
Students in Niagara College’s School of Community Services will have a new opportunity for financial support, thanks to a donation from FirstOntario.
Niagara College has received $1.5 million in funding under the federal government’s Career Focus program to help post-secondary graduates gain the important on-the-job experience they need to transition into the labour market.
Fighting Women: A Symposium on Women’s Boxing is a two-day event bringing together authors, academics, boxing scholars, coaches, filmmakers and journalists who chronicle women’s boxing.
Sports play an important role in many young people’s lives.
More than 3,300 students will receive certificates and diplomas June 18-21, as Niagara College celebrates its largest-ever graduating class.
The national award was granted to Niagara College for its Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management diploma program, which is the first of its kind in Canada.
Many Hands is a student-led renovation project that will enhance, improve and renovate the facilities of a local charitable organization.
The Scholarship is awarded to a communications student in the final year of study for academic excellence, community involvement and participation in charitable activities.
Niagara College is a presenting sponsor of Niagara Falls Comic Con, an event expected to draw thousands to the Scotiabank Convention Centre June 8-9.
Brock University honoured its namesake by commissioning renowned Canadian artist Danek Mozdzenski to create a bronze sculpture of The Saviour of Canada. It will stand on the university’s St. Catharines campus in the heart of the Niagara r ...
The winner will be awarded $5,000 to support the charity of their choice and will be invited to attend We Day in Toronto this September. Votes are cast online at the Huffington Post Canada website.
Partners, politicians and downtown boosters joined Brock University officials today in a celebration at the St. Catharines construction site that will be the new home of Brock’s Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts.
The school was recently awarded a $25,000 grant by Staples Canada to upgrade their computer lab in the Recycle for Education contest.