Entries by Julie Greco

Globe and Mail: Meet the country’s next top chefs

Alumnus from Niagara College’s Canadian Food and Wine Institute, Benjamin Lillico, has been named among Canada’s next top chefs. Lillico, who is the now the executive chef at Holt Renfrew’s new flagship location in Toronto, was featured in a Globe and Mail article posted on October 11, ‘Canada’s Kitchen: 2019 edition, Meet the country’s next […]

NC nominates seven outstanding alumni for 2019 Premier’s Awards

They’ve each built successful careers in their own respective fields – a corporate chef, a filmmaker, a professor, a CEO, an athletic trainer, an entrepreneur, and a hotelier. Together, they are now among a select group of Niagara College alumni to enter the provincial spotlight as prestigious award nominees. Niagara College has nominated seven members […]

Niagara author, filmmaker wins CIFF Best Screenplay award

Niagara College prof, alum hailed ‘one of the finest biblical screenwriters of our time’  Christopher Bessette is on a winning streak. The multi-award-winning filmmaker, author, and part-time faculty member at Niagara College – as well as an alumnus – reeled in an award for the second consecutive year at the star-studded Canadian International Faith & Read more »

Ancient beverage gets a modern twist: Niagara College helps Royal Canadian Mead develop Ontario’s first pure session meads

Is mead ready for an urban revival? Hamilton-based Royal Canadian Mead thinks so, and with help from Niagara College, the company has introduced its contemporary twist on the fermented honey drink – known as the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage – ready to create a buzz with modern consumers. In collaboration with NC’s Canadian Food and Read more »

Edible Toronto features NC as ‘A college of thirsts and firsts’

Prepare to feast your eyes on Edible Toronto’s September / October 2019 issue. Hot off the press, the education-themed issue shines the spotlight on Niagara College, featuring an article entitled,  ‘A College of Thirsts and Firsts: The Canadian Food and Wine Institute at Niagara College is leading the pack in education-to-industry programs’ (pages 36-40), Written Read more »