In the spirit of our myNiagara Online community platform we’re here always to show our support and rally our local community together. We proudly collaborate with any and all other local community-building initiatives throughout Niagara.
We see an exciting future for Niagara and enthusiastically operate our community-building initiative to encourage everyone who loves living here to participate in supporting local community development and economic growth.
Let’s get behind our Local Businesses. It’s important that local Residents, Businesses and Community Organizations alike, support each other and together, do our part to shop locally.
It is up to all of us to collectively support and grow the Local Movement in all communities of Niagara.
Attention GUEST Bloggers!
We welcome your GUEST POSTS in our Community Initiative Special Series here on myNiagara Online and published in our myPelham.com, myWelland.com, myNOTL.com & myNiagaraSouthCoast.com Community Newsletters.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s start collaborating!
Community Special Series
The #NiagaraShopLocal Facebook Group acts as a community directory, made by Niagara locals for Niagara locals where you can find any and all things locally owned and made.
From makers to retailers, food and beverage, professional services, and everything in between. Join the group for weekly prizes and more!
Presented by Meridian Credit Union and administered by the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce.
This is an opportunity for local entrepreneurs and business owners to get some extra exposure and word out about their business, how they’ve been impacted and how they will be serving their communities again in the future.
By making and reinforcing these connections with our community today, it is our hopes that we will all return to a #STRONGERNIAGARA
Meet the Niagara Local Businesses located in North Welland – A Thriving and Welcoming Gateway to Canada’s Vibrant Rose City!
The North Welland shopping area is an eclectic mix of businesses owned by friendly merchants who are deeply tied to this community.
The mandate of the North Welland BIA is to promote and beautify North Welland and create an atmosphere of prosperity for NWBIA member businesses.
Natasha Bell is a budding entrepreneur, passionate about her Black Canadian and Caribbean roots.
Her inspiration for creating this platform came from seeing so many Black owned businesses go overlooked in the Niagara region, the goal is to raise awareness to black owned businesses.
‘My goal is to promote and uplift businesses in the region and not only provide a space to showcase their businesses but also allow our people to network with other business owners in the area.’