Can we say something (legally) about
being #1 in many of these communities?
Stroll through downtown streets and visit many small shops and restaurants, or visit one of the numerous recreational parks in the city. Thorold has a strong history in the Niagara Region. First surveyed in 1788, Thorold has since transitioned from multiple small townships and communities...Learn More
Known as the Rose City, Welland is at the heart of the Niagara Peninsula and easily accessible by all major transportation corridors. With a population of 50,631 (2011) Welland has it all from rural serenity to a thriving urban centre. Land and home prices are very competitive and...Learn More
Walking down the main street of Niagara-On-The-Lake is like stepping back in time. NOTL is one of the oldest towns in Ontario with one of the richest histories. Situated in a stunning locale overlooking the south shore of Lake Ontario, NOTL was once the site of the Native village...Learn More
Fonthill is one of five charming villages which make up the Town of Pelham (population 16, 598 as of 2011) along with Effingham, Fenwick, North Pelham and Ridgeville. Located in the heart of Niagara between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, Fonthill is the largest of the five villages....Learn More
There are many reasons why the Garden City is a great place to call home! St. Catharines offers all the amenities of city life while maintaining its small town warmth and charm. This vital area of the Niagara Region has a lot to offer its residents whether they are...Learn More