1. News Release -November 17, 2010

    Niagara Research & Planning Council News Release November 17th, 2010  Niagara Research and Planning Council Gathers Community to Explore Creation of Digital Knowledge-Sharing Network
  2. Forum addresses digital network

    Collaboration is the key to future innovation and technological success. At least, that was the message coming out of a forum hosted by the Niagara Research and Planning Council (NRAPC). The forum, held at the MacBain Community Centre in Niagara Falls, was focused around creating a Niagara-wide digital knowledge network...

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