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With $52,000 raised, Heritage Trail restoration slated to start in spring

More than $52,000 has been raised for the restoration of the Upper Canada Heritage Trail and that means work on it will begin this...

Vintage-Parks Canada rink at Fort George open after minor setbacks

The Vintage-Parks Canada outdoor skating rink hit a few snafus before opening a day late on Sunday, but the rink is now open to the...

NOTLs town crier will ring in the new year

Being a town crier means more than donning a period costume and loudly making a declaration. Dr. Thomas Pekar, Niagara-on-the-Lake’s unofficial town crier, says the role...

Hydro box design winners unveiled

Having artists design murals for vinyl wraps on hydro boxes in Old Town is a great “community builder” project, says Elaine Bryck, one of...

New legislation will have little effect on horse-drawn carriage operators: Sentineal

Animal rights activists may soon face steeper penalties for trespassing on farms and agri-food premises, but will proposed legislation protect local horse-drawn carriage operators...

Council sinks idea of splash pad at Simcoe Park

The idea of replacing the wading pool at Simcoe Park with a splash pad didn’t go swimmingly during budget discussions Monday night. Manager of parks...

Rename Glendale and honour its history, Friends of Laura Secord urge

Glendale Notes: Steve Hardaker Community Correspondent The leaders of the Friends of Laura Secord organization are urging that the Glendale area of NOTL be renamed in recognition...

Spirits high for NOTL Christmas Parade despite rain

Saturday’s steady rainfall failed to dampen holiday spirits as the Niagara-on-the-Lake Christmas Parade marched on regardless of the lousy weather.

Town has no whistleblower policy

Although the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake doesn’t have an official whistleblower policy, Lord Mayor Betty Disero says there are mechanisms in place to protect town employees...

Town legal fees skyrocket to $1.15 million for 2020 budget

If the town’s $37 million operating budget is approved as it stands, Niagara-on-the-Lake residents will see a 9.48 per cent increase on the municipal...

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