George's Greek Village

Niagara's go-to destination for a true Greek experience. ~ By Scott Leslie

Not everyone can fly the nearly 5,000 miles to Greece for an authentic Greek meal. But thousands of patrons have discovered a much more affordable option right here at home. That’s George’s Greek Village on 535 Queenston Street in St. Catharines. George Kountourogiannis, the restaurant’s owner and namesake, says his eatery has become an enormous hit since it first opened its doors in October of 2016.

Rising Cybersecurity Concerns

Provided by C.M. Steele Insurance Brokers

Few organizations are highly confident in their ability to manage the risk of a cyber attack, despite viewing cybersecurity as a top risk management priority, according to a new global survey conducted by Marsh, a global leader in insurance broking and innovative risk management solutions, and Microsoft Corp., the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world.

McNamara & Reynolds

“The Flooring and Paint Experts” celebrate nearly a century of serving Niagara’s decorating needs. ~ By Scott Leslie

When W.J. Reynolds and his business partner Bill McNamara first opened their modest paint and wallpaper store on 7 James Street in St. Catharines back in 1921, they could hardly have imagined their decorating professionals would be serving the Niagara area for more than three generations. At McNamara & Reynolds, their design staff and colour experts can help you make the right choice from their extensive selection of quality paint and window coverings.

Wait, How many students?

That's a Lot of Bandwidth. ~ By Rich Davidson

Comparing the students of today to the students of even a few years ago is like night and day. I mean, I didn’t get a cellphone until I was 18, and I’m not that old. Now everyone has three smart devices going at all hours of the day. Smart phones, laptops, gaming consoles, tablets - you get the picture. We live in a digital world, and young people want unmitigated access to content. More than that, they expect it. And to reach that content, they need bandwidth. Lots and lots of bandwidth.