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St. Catharines, Ontario






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St. Catharines is Ontario's sixth largest city, with a population of about 131,000 people residing in a 37-square-mile area.St. Catharines, the largest city in the Niagara Region, is 32 miles south of Toronto, across Lake Ontario, and about 12 miles from the United States border, which runs along the Niagara River.Because of the city's lush greenery, which includes parks, gardens, and trails, St. Catharines is also known as The Garden City.
The city is strategically located for trade and commerce, with the automotive industry leading the market. It is located between the Greater Toronto Area and Fort Erie by the US border. Telecommunications is a large industry that employs many people in the region.
The District School Board of Niagara and General Motors are big employers, with employment levels hovering about 60%. Approximately 81 percent of the population speaks only English, a figure that has risen significantly in recent years. Just 3% of the population claims to speak only French, with Italian, German, and Spanish as other mother tongue languages.


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St. Catharines Real Estate Trends and Information

While the real estate market in St. Catharine is extremely affordable, the city has seen and will continue to see annual increases in house prices. This is attributed to a more stable economy and job market, low mortgage rates, a tighter resale market, and a rise in first-time buyers as a result of more job opportunities.
Due to high levels of residential development, a growing economy, and lower interest rates for buyers, there is also an abundance of newer house for sale in St. Catharines. Since the price differential between low-rise homes and apartment units isn't big, buyers prefer low-rise homes, resulting in a higher vacancy rate for apartments. Low mortgage rates are helping first-time buyers, and St. Catharine will continue to draw people from other, more expensive parts of Canada.
The city's real estate market is projected to rise slowly, although there could be a short-term increase in availability of apartment units, offering buyers more options.

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Exploring St. Catharines

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Rodman Hall, which hosts exhibitions throughout the year, the Niagara Artists' Centre, the St. Catharine's Museum, and numerous theatre performances are only a few of the arts and culture attractions in St. Catharines. Famous activities in the city include the annual Folks Art Festival, the SCENE Music Festival, and the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival. The Pen Centre, situated south of St. Catharines, is the city's largest mall, and the area also has a range of quaint and independent shops. Niagara Falls, which is only a 20-minute drive from the city, is another popular tourist attraction.

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St. Catharines has four educational boards, as well as a host of educational institutes at all levels. The Niagara District School Board oversees 119 faculties, while the Niagara Catholic District School Board oversees 61 primary and high schools in the city, as well as three Catholic secondary schools.

Brock University, which specialises in the winery industry and science, is located in St. Catharines. There are many colleges and universities in the city, including Niagara College, which is Canada's first completely licenced teaching winery.

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The ability to create a large source of hydroelectric power is one of the advantages of being located near three large waterfalls. This alone enables the renewable energy market to create a number of jobs. Tourism and gambling are both major economic drivers in Niagara Falls, which continues to increase in size and scale with each passing year. Many small businesses are relocating their operations to Niagara Falls because of its proximity to the US-Canada Border and the Greater Toronto Area. This allows them to take advantage of the vast consumer network that is accessible here. Over the last two decades, the role of communications and transportation firms has increased dramatically.

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