1. Toward a Mental Health & Addictions Charter for Niagara

    Niagara Connects is facilitating the work of Niagara-wide citizens, agencies and Mental Health experts as they work together to build a Mental Health & Addictions Charter for Niagara.  Through the leadership of Healthy Living Niagara, these citizens have expressed a desire to build a more person-centered system that can be...
  2. Niagara Community Discussion on Poverty airs on Cogeco

    Catherine Mindorff-Facca, Chair of the Niagara Research and Planning Council, said poverty is not just an individual problem, but a problem for the entire Niagara community, during taping of a Cogeco Taking Niagara By Storm show at Welland’s Rose City Kids Theater on October 24, 2012. Eliminating poverty requires an...
  3. Poverty’s Heavy Toll

    A new report on entitled “Are the Consequences of Poverty Holding Niagara Back?” shows everyone in Niagara is paying for the cost of the consequences of poverty, and the scope of what it’s costing us is jaw dropping. The new policy brief unveiled on September 26, 2012 by the Niagara...
  4. Human, Economic Cost of Poverty

    Poverty costs Niagara $1.38 billion a year in lost productivity, health-care expenses and social-support programs, according to a poverty brief released by the Niagara Community Observatory at Brock University. The Niagara Research and Planning Council was a partner in preparing the brief.

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Second Global Report on Gastronomy Tourism
As global tourism is on the rise and competition between destinations increases, unique local and regional intangible cultural heritage has increasingly become the discerning factor for the attraction and amusement of tourists. Gastronomy tourism has emerged as particularly important in this regard, not only because food and drink is central to any tourist experience, but also because the concept of gastronomy tourism has evolved to encompass cultural practices and include in its discourse the ethical and sustainable values of the territory, the landscape, the sea, local history, values and culture heritage. This report describes the progress of UNWTO Gastronomy Tourism Initiatives and then uses case studies to explore gastronomy tourism product development and experience, challenges, communication and branding, best practices, and training and skill development. Published By: World Tourism Organization Publication Date: 2017 read more ❯

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