As the St. Catharines economy continues to evolve, City Council has approved a new six year economic development strategy to help retain, grow and attract investment and employment to the community.
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As more and more people are discovering this vibrant and thriving community, there is no better time than now for a grocer to set up shop. Here are our top 5 reasons why Downtown St.Catharines is the best location for an urban grocery store.
Celebration of Nations, an exciting new festival of Indigenous arts, culture and tradition, will be held at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre (PAC) in downtown St. Catharines, ON from September 8 to 10, 2017.
As the revitalization of Downtown St.Catharines builds momentum, the City of St.Catharines is adding to the ongoing public and private investments that have transformed the city's core and surrounding areas by performing a series of road and service improvements on St. Paul Street and Queenston Street.
While St.Catharines might be known for producing many different products and industrial goods, the inroads being made by local companies in the interactive digital media industry often gets overlooked, even as the sector continues to grow and spread its impact globally.
Close proximity to both the QEW and Highway 406 allows clients easy access to our office. The growth of the downtown core puts us in close proximity to complimentary services including law firms, major banks, and information technology professionals, who are all within walking distance.
On September 25th 2017, St.Catharines City Council approved a new Economic Development Strategy that is the guiding document for the Economic Development Department and the City’s activities as we strive to retain, grow, and attract investment and employment to our community.