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Serving Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie, Port Colborne, Pelham, Thorold, St. Catharines, Wainfleet, Welland, Grimsby and West Lincoln the Regional Municipality of Niagara is home to nearly 500,000 people. Nestled between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, the Region boasts sprawling wineries, sandy beaches, vast green spaces, plentiful shopping, dining and entertainment, the Natural wonder that is the Niagara Falls and rich Canadian history - to name a few.







The Niagara Region is known for more than just its majestic waterfalls; it’s becoming a much-desired place to settle, particularly for newcomers. The region even has a dedicated website to promote immigrant settlement. The region includes the 12 communities of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie, Port Colborne, Pelham, Thorold, St. Catharines, Wainfleet, Welland, Grimsby and West Lincoln.

The communities within the Region are distinctive and unique, and attract about 15,000,000 visitors annually. Whether a person is seeking natural settings, rural surroundings, quaint towns or the excitement of urban life, it can all be found within the 12 municipalities that make up the Niagara Region. Within a 20 minute drive, you can access various festivals, culture, entertainment, recreation, shopping and education.

Niagara Region has a strong history of welcoming and integrating newcomers, and this is evidenced by the many community and cultural organizations that work in the area. It’s a growing and diverse community with many recreation and cultural activities to help you meet new people.

The Niagara region is a large area of land, between two Great Lakes — Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, so it experiences significant changes in weather conditions throughout the year.


(March to June)

Temperatures range from 5°C to 20°C. People wear light jackets or no jacket at all. Plants and trees blossom in the many green spaces.


(June to September)

Temperatures range from 15°C to over 30°C, with a tendency for high humidity. People where light clothing when the temperatures rise.


(September to December)

Temperatures begin to cool down and can range from below zero to 15°C. People wear light or medium jackets. The trees lose their leaves and fall colours are at their best.


(December to March)

Temperatures range from –20°C to 0°C. People wear heavy winter clothes and the area gets regular and sometimes heavy snowfall (10–30 cm) possible.

Niagara Region is known for its fertile soil and unique natural landscapes which makes it an important centre for agriculture and tourism in Canada.

The Niagara Wine Route connects visitors to dozens of wineries the Region is acclaimed for. And around 15 million visitors from around the world travel to the Niagara Region to see the many attractions, the major one being the breathtaking Horseshoe Falls.

Niagara is considered one of the best places in Canada to buy real estate. According to Multiple Listing Services (MLS), the average resale price of a home in Niagara was $388,500 in 2017.