Niagara Region Overview – An important centre for agriculture and tourism in Canada

About Niagara Region

The Niagara region is located in southern Ontario, Canada, between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Niagara has a total area of 1,852 km2 with a population of 427,421. As a municipal government, the Niagara Region is made up of 30 representatives from the 12 area municipalities.




Niagara Falls best known for the majestic falls and all the surrounding beauty of the parks and its manicured gardens along the Niagara Parkway.

With no shortage of accommodations, stay and experience historic sites, wineries, fine dining, golf courses, theatre, Casino’s, spa’s, nature trails, night life and a variety of attractions. Niagara Falls provides an infinite array of year-round activities for the entire family.



Step back in time and take a carriage ride through Niagara-on-the-Lake, often called the loveliest town in Ontario.

Known for its’ historic sites, Fort George and the Historical Society Museum, world class theatre the Shaw Festival, fine dining, shopping, golf courses, world famous estate wineries and agricultural markets. Enjoy the comforts of fine hotels and pamper yourself in their luxurious spas.



St Cathaines
St. Catharines is the largest city in the Niagara region, located in south-central Ontario. Also known as “The Garden City,” St. Catharines is renowned for its lush parks, gardens and trails. The city is also home to the Welland Canal, one of the world’s greatest engineering feats, where enormous freighters climb the Niagara Escarpment on a stairway of water.

Whether you are visiting our world-class wineries, sampling our fabulous dining, experiencing our many wonderful festivals or vibrant nightlife, thriving arts and culture scene which can be experienced at the city’s many art galleries, theatres, classical and contemporary music events, public art displays, or exploring our city’s history and picturesque harbour front village of Port Dalhousie there’s something for everyone.

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