Science Centre Tumbling Down?

Our cartoonist Russell Tonks was inspired to create this work in response to a snap decision announced on June 21 by Premier Ford. “After yesterday’s surprise closing of the Ontario Science Centre, I felt compelled to do this quick ‘rough,’ mostly for my own entertainment,” notes Russell. “This is an exercise in getting one’s frustration […]Read More

Classics Against Cancer 2024

By Chris Miller The 34th Classics against Cancer show was held in Cedarvale park in Georgetown on Fathers Day this year on June 16th with perfect weather, huge crowds, many vendors, great food and of course hundreds of classic cars. There were a myriad of classics with quite a few high performance exotics as well […]Read More

Summer 2024

Please note that in order to support our valued advertisers who give out free copies of our magazine, we do not post content online from the Current Issue until it becomes a Back Issue. Get a free copy of the Current Issue from our advertisers here.Or buy a single copy by mail in our General […]Read More

A New Book!

The Gift of Land: Living With Nature By Gloria Hildebrandt I’m excited to announce the publication of my memoir, the product of several years of dedicated work. Here’s a summary to get you interested – I hope! A fascination with animals. A love for a piece of rural land. A complicated family. Gloria Hildebrandt was […]Read More

Total Solar Eclipse over the Escarpment April 8, 2024

By Mike Davis There were two fabulous days on either side of the eclipse, but on the day, almost completely Sun obstructing overcast. Cheers from the crowds sounded, when there was a break in the clouds for a brief glimpse. I stationed myself right at the lip of Niagara Falls at the media centre. This […]Read More

The 51st Canadian International Auto Show a WOW!

Written & photographed by Chris Miller,Niagara Escarpment Views Sales Representative I have been going to this show for probably some 20 years and as regards attendance, I believe this one was a record, more than 371,000 in the 10 days. There are more changes in the auto industry now than ever before. It was always […]Read More

Spring 2024

On the cover: Part of a past Welland Canal Photo by Art Weaver Departments Features Guest ColumnRead More

Media day highlights from the Canadian International Auto Show

The Rimac Nevera driven by Richard Hammond to start a technical discussion with Mate Rimac, center on stage. Genesis won two AJAC awards. Porsche had its elevation record breaker vehicle on display, and also featured branded e-bike Cross for an affordable $9,999. Barbie made her presence, with a 1957 Chevrolet Corvette and our trusted sales […]Read More

Winter Tide at RBC

Royal Botanical Gardens is hosting Winter Tide until March 16 at the Rock Garden Great Room. Winter Tide is a jazz lounge featuring different bands and happening Thursdays to Saturday evenings. Tickets are required. See www.rbg.ca  Here are some photos by Mike Davis from the opening night on Feb. 8. The band Queen Kong performed.Read More

Looking Forward to Spring 2024!

Like most respected print publications, we have to work pretty far in advance. We’re already finalizing our Spring issue. Thanks to our organizational skills, it contains impressive editorial content full of beautiful spring photographs. Our main features are: Exploring the remains of previous Welland CanalsEnjoying Hamilton’s Grand Durand gardensEscarpment river cleanupExamining Escarpment talus Ad space […]Read More