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Niagara Region

The Regional Municipality of Niagara is a growing region of diverse towns and cities located between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Only 120 kilometres from Toronto, this area is home to exciting urban centres, family-centered neighbourhoods, and lovely farming communities.

Here are some of the best towns and cities where you can live in the Niagara Region:

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is known around the world for the spectacular cascade of the same name but the city itself has its own natural appeal. It has a thriving arts community, family-friendly festivities, and dynamic entertainment districts. You’ll also find inviting residential communities such as the riverfront village of Chippawa and family neighbourhoods like Stamford.


This town is considered “The Loveliest Town in Canada” with its world-renowned wineries and restaurants, pristine biking and walking trails, and opulent homes and estates. The exclusive neighbourhoods here are mostly decked in colonial-style architecture and offer a unique and luxurious lifestyle.

St. Catharines

Located at the entrance of the Welland Ship Canal, this city is where old-world lakeside charm meets modern urban living. Also called the “Garden City,” St. Catharines is famous for its nature-filled trails, tree-lined neighbourhoods, and heritage sites. New housing developments and downtown revitalization projects also await home buyers and investors looking for more contemporary homes and communities.


This charming town is a mix of old, established neighbourhoods and new residential developments, as well as some rural properties. It is celebrated for its rich culture and history, as well as its wealth of heritage sites. Residents and visitors alike also enjoy its lively downtown area and beautiful nature trails.

Fonthill / Pelham

The Town of Pelham is best described through its motto of “Five Villages, One Community.” Located along Highway 20, this town is composed of the historic villages of Effingham, Fenwick, Fonthill, North Pelham, and Ridgeville. Here, you’ll find awe-inspiring pastoral landscapes, a prosperous local business environment, and cottage-inspired housing developments.


The City of Welland is “Where Rails and Water Meet,” and residents greatly benefit from its recreational waterways and central location within the Niagara Region. Home to Niagara College and just a short drive away from Brock University, this city has a vibrant and multicultural community that welcomes citizens of all ages and from all walks of life.


Located between Greater Hamilton and St. Catharines, this town provides its residents with easy access to Hamilton, Toronto, and the U.S. border. Moreover, Grimsby’s distinct small-town character, a wide variety of housing options, and lovely lakefront scenery make it the perfect place for families to put down roots.


Known as one of the most important destinations in the Niagara Wine Route found along the Niagara Escarpment, the Town of Lincoln epitomizes the old-world grandeur of wine country. Its residents benefit highly from a productive agricultural sector, as well as unparalleled natural wonders and conservation areas.

Other towns and cities

  • Port Colborne. Home to a unique marine heritage, this city sits along the north shores of Lake Erie.
  • Fort Erie. This is a fast-growing community that sits along the Niagara River, directly across Buffalo, New York.
  • Wainfleet. Located on the northern shore of Lake Erie, this rural township is known for its agricultural productivity, lakeshore areas, and historic villages.
  • West Lincoln. This progressive rural community is home to major agricultural and industrial lands, as well as natural heritage sites.

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