soccerkid

Healthy Heart Schools’ Program

Heart Niagara’s Healthy Heart Schools’ Program was established in 1987.  The program works with local schools to deliver lifesaving and disease prevention education to students in grades 5, 7 and 9. What happens during the program? Day 1:  Assessment:  The…

CPR pic

CPR Training

Heart Niagara offers CPR training for community groups, schools, corporate clients, individuals, and families. If you have a group of 10 or more people, you can also contact Heart Niagara (905-358-5552) to schedule your own private course. Cardiovascular disease is…

COOKBOOKHEADER

Cookbook

Heart Niagara Celebrates 40 Years with Release of Anniversary Cookbook In 2017, Heart Niagara will celebrate their 40th anniversary of serving the Niagara area and empowering the community to take control of their heart health. To commemorate another decade of…

Photo Gallery

Heart Niagara’s Grand Opening Event and Fundraiser – Picnic on the Q

To celebrate Heart Niagara’s recent move to 4635B Queen Street in Niagara Falls, the non-profit organization hosted a grand opening event and fundraiser called, Picnic on the Q. It took place on Thursday, August 18th, from 5:30pm to 9:00pm. Following…

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

HeartCORE Open House

On July 12th, Heart Niagara hosted an Open House at its innovative exercise facility, HeartCORE.  The event took place at the organization’s new location of 4635 B Queen Street in Niagara Falls, from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. Attendees viewed demonstrations of…

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

It’s time to register for Heart Niagara’s Summer Camp Program!

We’re pleased to offer the Heart Niagara Summer Camp Program.  Similar to previous years, each camp is limited to 16 registrants, ages 5-12, and campers will enjoy heart healthy cooking, games and outdoor activities! On July 5th, 2016, Heart Niagara…

ems-dadteeninkitchen

Forget the resolutions. Aim to be better every day!

By Michelle Durante, HeartCORE Program Manager It’s 2017 already? Where did the time go? When writing this blog the theme was inspired by an article I was reading while trying to understand why people set New Year’s resolutions year after year,…

Learn More
happy-new-year

Forget resolutions: 10 daily health commitments for success

The top new year’s resolution is living a healthier lifestyle, but three quarters of Canadians who make a resolution eventually break it — often in the first three months. Instead, experts say making health commitments rather than resolutions is more…

Learn More
quit-smoking-banner

5 tips to help you quit smoking for good

Whether it’s a night out with friends, a stressful work day, or even a morning coffee, every smoker and current quitter experiences trigger moments that can make it very difficult to quit. A recent survey shows the most common scenarios…

Learn More