Can’t afford a home in Toronto? Read this!

Earlier in 2018, Toronto was ranked “one of the least affordable cities in the world”. If you currently live in Toronto, you may think that life outside the city doesn’t exist, [...]

Calling St. Catharines’ Entrepreneurs: check out 166 Russell Ave

We are excited to announce that our plans for 166 Russell Ave are moving forward! Our 1650 sq. ft commercial space for lease in St. Catharines hottest neighbourhood, The Fitzgerald, is now open [...]

5 tips for styling your home event

After creating a whimsical Spring-themed interior in an old warehouse for the Community Care Pop Up Dinner earlier this year, Elizabeth Loomis-Taliano (a freelance designer for Simply White [...]

(Re)discover St. Catharines

I love the bustle of a busy urban centre with all the lifestyle perks, such as restaurants, cafes, shops, galleries, libraries, entertainment venues, parks and more. But finding the work-life [...]

5 Step Home Fire Safety

Buying a home? Check out our 5 steps for fire safety planning and keep your family fire safe! Buying a home is a very exciting time in your life. All of your hard-earned money comes down to this [...]

Exclusive look inside the Lincoln Fabrics building

Did you miss out on a ticket to the pop-up dining event at the Lincoln Fabrics building? Fear not! We have your exclusive walkthrough right here.  Port Dalhousie‘s Lincoln Fabrics building [...]

Get Ready for Wing Fest

My favourite time of the year is coming this weekend… it’s the third annual St. Catharines Wing Fest! Head to Lakeside Park in Port Dalhousie Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12 [...]

Five of the best patio bars in Niagara

Patio season is well and truly here! Luckily, if you’re in Niagara, there are many spots with beautiful scenery and entertainment that will have you wishing the warm weather would stay all [...]

Downtown St. Catharines’ Most Under Appreciated Public Spaces

It’s been a rainy start to what would usually already be patio season this year, but I’m still itching to start spending as much time outside as possible as soon as the sun comes out and the [...]

Vertical Communities aren’t just for Toronto — Niagara Needs them, too

Last week, the City of Toronto released new guidelines for building vertical communities, based on the findings of a year-long study looking at how families live in the city’s constantly growing [...]

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