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  • Niagara Falls Architectural Walking Tour

    The Niagara Society of Architects is creating a series of walking tours highlighting buildings and place of special design interest.  These will appear as they are developed.   Niagara Falls: The Context Niagara Falls: Railway Station
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  • Upcoming Events

    The Niagara Society of Architects usually meets on the last Thursday of the month, except in the Summer.  The dates and locations do change, based on the availability of speakers and venues, so it is good to contact a member of the Niagara Society of Architects (see NSoA Directory) to get the details of upcoming meetings - or send us an e-mail. During these interesting times, regular meetings have not been...
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  • 2020 Scholarships Awarded

    In 2020 two awards were made - one to Yoon Hur, a graduate of Laura Secord Secondary School who is studying at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture, and one to James Caporicci, a graduate of Notre Dame College School who is now working on a Master of Architecture at the School of Architecture at Carleton University.  The work of both students impressed the members of the selection committee, who predict promising career...
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  • Architecture+Design Film Series

    We have partnered with  The Film House at the  First Ontario Performing Arts Centre to offer an  Architectural+Design Film Series .  Films are usually on the second Wednesday of most months.   These events include a film followed by a speaker and/or a discussion about the film, and its meanings.  For upcoming films go to the St.Catharines Performing Arts website to get current information.  A...
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  • Members in the News

    Links to articles about some of our members:   Mike Zuberec celebrates 60 years of architectural practice. Emilio Raimondo made a fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
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  • Student Scholarship

    A scholarship is available for an individual from the Niagara area studying architecture at the post-secondary level - including through the RAIC Syllabus programme.  The usual standard for being from the Niagara area is having graduated from a Niagara secondary school, although other Niagara-area connections can be considered.  Contact a member of the NSoA for more information, or send us an e-mail.
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