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Niagara Ontario: A Little Patch Of Heaven!
The communities of the Niagara Region offer a diversity and interest all their own. Each one is unique, from quaint, historic small towns, to larger, vibrant cities. Niagara offers plenty to do for both tourists and locals, with wine tours, biking trails, scenic tours, historic sites and festivals.

If you are considering relocating to the Niagara Region, call RE/MAX Welland Realty Ltd., Brokerage to assist you with your move. As a long time resident of Niagara, Greg can assist you with finding the home and area that is right for you!
Niagara RegionNiagara Area Resources

Regional Municipality of Niagara:

Town of Pelham:

Pelham Community Website:

City of St. Catharines:

City of Welland:

City of Niagara Falls:

Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake:

Town of Wainfleet:

Lincoln County:

City of Fort Erie:

City of Port Colborne:

Town of Dunnville:

Niagara Area Schools

District School Board of Niagara

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Niagara Catholic District School Board

Niagara College

Brock University

Niagara Area Recreation

Discover Niagara
Links to area golf courses, tourist attractions, the Casino and more

Choose Niagara
Accommodations, Community Services, Cultural, Education & Training, Entertainment, Finance, Health Services, Housing, Information Gateways, Kids' Corner, Maps & Transportation, Niagara Cuisine, Niagara Highlights, Organizations, Recreation & Leisure, Religion & Society

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
A guide to conservation areas, campsites etc.s

Niagara Parks
The Niagara Parks Commission. A well done site that will guide you to everything worth seeing in Niagara.

Ontario Parks
An extensive guide to Ontario's parks, including Niagara's. Includes some easy to use search tools.

Real Estate Links

MLS Online
Sponsored by "The Canadian Real Estate Association". Search for properties anywhere in Canada

MLS Online
Sponsored by "The Canadian Real Estate Association". Search for properties anywhere in Canada

Niagara Commercial Properties
A very good source for business thinking of locating in Niagara. Includes many commercial, industrial and vacant land listings accessed through an excellent search engine.

Relocate Canada
Find a Real Estate Professional to help you anywhere in Canada

The Canadian Real Estate Association

The Ontario New Home Warranty Plan
ONHWP administers the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act. You'll find everything you need to know about the Ontario New Home Warranty plan at this site.

Serving the Niagara Region
Southern Ontario

A Bit About Niagara...

"During the War of 1812, Fort George served as the headquarters for the Centre Division of the British Army. These forces included British regulars, local militia, aboriginal warriors, and Runchey's corps of freed slaves. Major General Sir Isaac Brock, the saviour of Upper Canada served here until his death at the Battle of Queenston Heights in October 1812.

Brock and his aide-de-camp John Macdonell were initially buried within the fort. Fort George was destroyed by American artillery fire and captured during the Battle of Fort George in May 1813. The U.S. forces used the fort as a base to invade the rest of Upper Canada, however, they were repulsed at the Battles of Stoney Creek and Beaver Dams. After a seven month occupation by, the fort was retaken in December and remained in British hands for the remainder of the war. After the war, the fort was partially rebuilt, and by the 1820's it was falling into ruins. It was finally abandoned in favour of a more strategic installation at Fort Mississauga and a more protected one at Butler's Barracks.

The site was used over the years for agriculture, as part of a golf course and by the Canadian Military as a hospital for Camp Niagara. During the 1930's, the original plans of the Royal Engineers guided the reconstruction of Fort George as a National Historic Site."

Quoted from the Parks Canada

A Bit About Niagara...

"The Rockway Conservation Area is located along the 15 Mile Creek near the City of St. Catharines. This 126 hectare (312 acre) site protects a portion of the Niagara Escarpment, the Rockway Falls, and the diverse flora and fauna of the Carolinian Forest.

The Bruce Trail traverses the southern section of this area and is considered an ideal spot for hiking. Two waterfalls exist along this portion of the 15 Mile Creek. The larger of the two plunges from a height of 18.3 metres while the smaller from a height of 12.2 metres. The watercourse then continues to surge over a series of rapids.

The existence of a salt spring brings some historical significance to the area as it is thought to have been used as far back as 1792. Furthermore, it possesses the best quality and quantity of salt in the province of Ontario."

Quoted from the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
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