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Daily Archives: Nov 1, 2019

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Strong winds cause downed trees, power outages

Niagara saw some wicked weather on Halloween.

Gallery: NOTL fire halls celebrate Halloween

Two of Niagara-on-the-Lake's fire halls opened their doors last Thursday night for their annual Halloween celebrations.

Iron scow shifts toward falls after Thursday’s severe weather

Severe weather conditions experienced over Halloween night caused the iconic iron scow lodged in the Niagara River to shift significantly. The steel copper bottomed sand...

Letter: Kudos to Pillar and Post for design of new garden

Dear editor: Having criticized Vintage Hotels in the past for its failure to protect and preserve the existing trees on the site as it moves...

Letter: Grape growers’ rights should not trump neighbours’ rights

Dear editor: We live on York Road, east of Concession 2, on the Escarpment bench. There are about 125 residential properties on the bench, between Queenston and...

Letter: Why let bird bangers lower property values and disrupt neighbourhood?

Dear editor: I am writing in response to the news story, “Residents and growers at an impasse on bird banger noise,” The Lake Report, Oct. 17. With regard...

Letter: Mandatory voting doesn’t feel like democracy

Dear editor: I’m not sure I share your concern about voter turnout or your proposed solution, “Voter turnout needs a boost,” editorial, Oct. 24. In democracies...

Letter: Solution needed to noise from grape growers’ cannons

Dear editor: After reading previous letters regarding the use of bird cannons here in Niagara-on-the-Lake or the St. Davids area, I feel that our story...

Jam Queen Kim McQuhae wins Premier Exhibitor at Winter Fair

Kim McQuhae of Gryphon Ridge Highlands on Larkin Road has made a name for herself with exotic and obscure jams – now she’s being officially recognized as the Premier Exhibitor for Jams and Jellies at this year’s Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

NOTL residents needed for climate change survey

Brock University is inviting Niagara-on-the-Lake residents to take part in a research survey on how climate change has affected their lives, both on a household and...

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