St. Catharines Culture Days 2020, once you look at the many events and activities on offer, looks to be one of the more exciting Culture Days itineraries, despite COVID 19 We offer a teaser here.
Throughout the past year, the Fight for $15 & Fairness – Niagara chapter has been working with students, professors, and campus groups to demand/ask/advocate Brock University to establish policies and procedures that ensure a minimal standard of $15 minimum wage for all workers.
The Nomadic Cinema on the TCO Rooftop Terrace at Niagara Artist Centre is a way to both nourish yourself and support them during these COVID days. NAC will be screening an eclectic selection of films, with food and fun on the menu.
Rodman Hall Art Centre closed with the COVID pandemic, but is likely to never re open. This is more so a culmination of Brock University’s ‘demolition through neglect’ than anything caused by COVID. Some final thoughts on the saga of this soon to be lost site of culture and history in Niagara.
Ross Beard’s legacy, as an artist and educator, is still very strong in Welland, and it’s appropriate to talk about his work while doing a writer’s residency, focused on visual arts, in ‘his’ Welland.
Sandy Fairbairn’s solo exhibition Welland: Times Present Times Past, curated by Bart Gazzola, is a personal, but also very public, history of Welland. James Takeo offers a response.
The ‘Keep OPIRG Brock Alive’ Campaign is using as many options as possible to work towards sustained funding sources.
Lost in the hum of everyday life, we can sometimes forget how dire the climate crisis has become.
The starting point for dialogue is mutual respect: something which has long been lacking from Niagara regional council.
Many of us have had the experience of feeling helpless in the face of what seems an impossible situation: homelessness.