A collection of communities

Niagara Canada is not just Niagara Falls – it is a region made up of many communities, including medium-sized cities, small towns and hamlets.

Fort Erie

Bridging opportunity. Creating success.

Fort Erie offers a rare combination of small town values, a dynamic work environment, easy access to big city amenities and culture. Just minutes from the city energy of Buffalo and less than a two-hour drive from Toronto, Fort Erie sits in the heart of the beautiful Niagara countryside.


Friendly by nature

At the western gateway to the Niagara Peninsula, Grimsby is the midpoint between Hamilton and St. Catharines, and within a one hour drive of Toronto and the US border. Residents reside in an area bounded by Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment and enjoy a small town lifestyle while maintaining easy access to several major urban centres.


A place to grow. A place to prosper. A place to belong.

Lincoln is an agricultural centre of excellence where you’ll find the world’s most delicious fruits and vegetables – it is also home to wineries and a variety of waterfront pursuits. Lincoln is connected by way of the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) highway and is part of the planned expansion for the province-wide GO transit system. Housing costs are affordable, making it a great choice for families.

Niagara Falls

Canada’s best known address

Niagara Falls is a small vibrant city with the amenities of a large urban centre in a comfortable, liveable community. Known as the home of one of the world’s most celebrated natural wonders, Niagara Falls also boasts the beautifully-maintained biking and walking trails that line the Niagara gorge and numerous golf courses, ball diamonds, playing fields, swimming pools and rinks available to local residents.


Experience the Niagara-on-the-Lake effect

Niagara-on-the-Lake is one of Canada’s most historic and charming towns. Nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario, the town hosts millions of people annually who travel from around the world to experience the historic sites, period-restored heritage homes, golf courses, breathtaking parks and gardens and countless wineries and vineyards.


Five villages in one community

Pelham is at the geographical center of Niagara Canada, accessible by Highway 406 to the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW).  Pelham encompasses the communities of Fenwick, Fonthill, Effingham, North Pelham and Ridgeville in a lush natural setting that is home to many golf clubs, campgrounds and natural reserves.

Port Colborne

One of Canada’s largest inland ports

Port Colborne is a community steeped in marine heritage and famous for its location on the St. Lawrence Seaway’s Welland Canal. With ample beachfront, cultural attractions, historic shopping districts, a variety of restaurants, natural attractions and recreation facilities and trails, Port Colborne is a prime location.

St. Catharines

Niagara’s largest city

St.Catharines is a recreational jewel set on the shore of Lake Ontario, just below the stunning Niagara Escarpment. It is the largest municipality in the region and home to one third of its population.  As the dominant urban centre in Niagara, St. Catharines offers tremendous opportunities and a place where residents can enjoy an active lifestyle in all four seasons.


Where ships climb the mountain

Thorold is located just five minutes from St. Catharines and ten minutes from Niagara Falls.  Flourishing as an ideal spot for family fun, its attractions include historical sites, nature trails, parks and playgrounds and the Welland Canal, which passes through the city.


Find your country side

The rural township of Wainfleet is best known for its agricultural productivity and its lakeshore, which stretches nine miles along the north shore of Lake Erie and 20 miles along the meandering course of the Welland River. To the west is the Town of Haldimand and to the east are the cities of Welland and Port Colborne.


Bridging the past, present and future

Welland is ninety minutes from Toronto and within thirty minutes from the US border at Buffalo. One of Canada’s cultural mosaic cities, it is home to many European first and second-generation ethnic groups and a substantial number of French Canadians. Known for an abundance of parks, a low crime rate and a variety of living choices, Welland is a safe and affordable place to live, work and/or raise a family.

West Lincoln

Your future naturally

The agricultural based community of West Lincoln consists of many small hamlets spread over nearly 400 square kilometres. The largest geographical area in the Niagara region with the smallest population base, West Lincoln is close to the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) and best discovered by a drive along its scenic back roads.