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NOTL beach fails E. coli tests, but data not publicly available

After The Lake Report's inquiries, region considering posting results on 'open data' page Niagara-on-the-Lake's popular Queen's Royal Beach has failed E. coli contamination tests at...

Developers Hummel, Marotta say they won’t settle lawsuits against town

At least two major land developers in Niagara-on-the-Lake say they have no plans to settle lawsuits with the town. “I have not settled. I will not settle,”...

Shaw cancels more shows, eyes reduced fall schedule

The Shaw Festival has now cancelled all performances up till Sept. 15 and is re-examining what sort of slate of shows it might stage...

Satire: Town baffled by influx of visitors with medical issues that prevent face masks

Since passing a well-meaning but unenforceable face mask bylaw, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has been astonished at the number of visitors who have medical issues that prevent them...

Arch-i-text: Survivors of 1812

The occupation of Niagara by the Americans during the War of 1812 irrevocably altered the built landscape. Destruction of homes and commercial buildings, particularly during...

Food truck under fire for violating bylaw

Lorenzo Lucchetta doesn’t want to break the law, he’s just trying to make ends meet during a pandemic. The food truck owner has been in a...

Releasing emergency records is up to municipalities, expert says

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake's emergency control group has the power to decide if the records of its meetings can remain confidential or be released...

Letter: Town must act quickly to protect shoreline

Dear editor: This letter is to NOTL town council on behalf of the Dock Area residents. As you may not be aware, the level of Lake...

Views on mandatory masks: From ‘100% yes’ to ‘personal choice’

Before Niagara-on-the-Lake town council passed a mandatory mask bylaw last week, Lord Mayor Betty Disero sent out an email asking for opinions on whether face masks...

NOTL antique shop closing after 10 years

As a child, Sylvia Christie hated antiques — but things change   If you had told Sylvia Christie as a young girl in England that one day she...

Lions Burgers return for drive-thru dinner fundraiser

Lion Burgers are coming back this month with an innovative drive-thru dinner campaign by the St. Davids Lions Club. The non-contact, drive-thru barbecue at the...

A mother’s story: ‘Life was pretty darn good,’ then Eric’s seizures started

Sharon VanNoortSpecial to The Lake Report __________________________________________ July 4th, 2016, is a day I will never forget.  I had just returned home from work when we received a call...

Letter: Congratulations to staff at Upper Canada Lodge

Dear editor: I would like to congratulate the staff at Upper Canada Lodge on their perfect record during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is obvious that they...

The love/hate relationship with closing Queen Street to traffic

'Make it interesting and exciting' so people want to shop in town'   Trials of full and partial closures of Queen Street in Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake have left residents,...

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