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"Over 60 Years of Service to Seniors in the Niagara Region"
Retirement Living – Rental Units

About Rental Units

Rental units are available at the Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Village, St. Catharines site only.

“A” Building

  • 1-bedroom units – 50
  • 2-bedroom units – 10

“B” Building

  • 1-bedroom units – 60
  • Bedsitter Rooms – 13

Rental Rates

Rent may be market rent or rent-geared-to-income (RGI). Market rent is similar to the amount of rent a person would pay for his/her unit in the community. Rent-geared-to-income (RGI) is subsidized rent that is regulated by Niagara Regional Housing (NRH).

Rent includes utilities, basic cable, and two appliances. For rates, see Village Overview.

Bedsitter Rooms

Bedsitter rooms are available for persons who cannot manage in an apartment setting, but who do not require the 24-hour supervision provided in a long-term care setting. The living space is a large, single room with no appliances. The room is furnished by the client. Rent includes a full meal plan, 24-hour Emergency Response Program, Assisted Living Services, and basic cable. For rates, see Village Overview. All applications for bedsitter rooms are made through the Niagara office of CCAC (Community Care Access Centre). CCAC manages the waiting list and may be contacted at 905‑684‑9441 for information.

Village Overview

The Village Overview provides rates for rental units and bedsitter rooms.

Village Overview

How to Apply

All housing options at NIGGV have a waiting list. Since it is difficult to predict how long the wait may be, you are encouraged to apply early.

Application for a market rent unit or bedsitter room is made through NIGGV by completing a Waiting List Application, which is available to print from the link below, or contact the Administration Office.

Application for a RGI unit is made directly through Niagara Regional Housing, which manages the Waiting List for RGI units.

Waiting List Application

Waiting List Application


Amenities include a large bright dining room, library, chapel, bowling alley, therapeutic/recreational swimming pool, billiard room, Village Recreation Centre, café, hair salon, lounges, auditorium, and courtyard garden. Many activities are planned to contribute to the health and well-being of our residents, and a Pastoral Care Program meets their spiritual needs. No animals, other than those weighing less than 30 pounds and being less than 16 inches in height shall be kept or permitted within the Unit or upon the property.


  • Village Movie Night (monthly)
  • Card groups (Bridge, Euchre, Cribbage)
  • Young at Heart Bowlers
  • Snooker
  • Prayer Time
  • Shuffleboard
  • Bingo
  • Sunday Worship Services
  • Holy Rosary
  • Catholic Services
  • Wednesday Chapel Services
  • Communion Services
  • Sing-A-Long
  • Walking Club
  • Sip ‘n Chat
  • Water Wonders (Swimming Pool)
  • Move It or Lose It! (Exercise)
  • Village Travel Club
  • Grocery bus to Sobey’s
  • NIGGV bus trips (casino, shopping mall, scenic drives)
  • Holiday based events (Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, etc.)


  • “A/B” Residents’ Council Meeting
  • Village Meeting
  • Activity Calendar (monthly)
  • Village News (biweekly)
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