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Letter: Keep tradition alive in NOTL

Dear editor:  I am 90 years old and have lived on Line 6 since 1953. A lot of things have changed through the years.   Our beautiful...

Editorial: The glass is at least half full

In an era when NOTL seems to be facing ever-more-polarizing times as animal rights activists and pro-carriage counterparts face off on the streets of...

Club 55 bike rally helps feed Niagara kids

A band on the roof, a parking lot full of motorbikes, all for a good cause. Club 55’s "Ride to 55" motorcycle rally raised more than...

Editorial: Congrats to 2020 NOTL’s Choice Awards winners

We’re so excited to announce the winners of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s first NOTL’s Choice Awards. Earlier this year, we collected nominations from town residents in 80 categories and then 3,000...

Letter: Disgusted by unruly behaviour at protest

Dear editor:  I was never so disgusted to see such unruly behaviour from humans in the Old Town as was broadcast on Sunday night, Aug. 23, on...

Shaw actor completes fundraising Ironman triathlon

What started on Vancouver Island as a morning bike ride to a lake, followed by a swim, transformed over the past year into a gruelling 226-kilometre triathlon that raised more than $4,000 for the MS Society of Canada. 

Op-ed: The right to protest carriages doesn’t make it right

David Israelson Special to The Lake Report There are so many good things about living in Niagara-on-the-Lake that it seems almost churlish to draw attention to...

Carriages moved to Byron St. on weekends

Council made decision in private session, hopes to reduce tensions over protests   Niagara-on-the-Lake's carriage companies will now have to operate on Byron Street every weekend, the...

Letter: Discarded masks, other trash littering Old Town

Dear editor: I have been a resident of old town NOTL for the last 14 years. During this time, I have always been proud of the...

Letter: Two-year sentence in fatal hit-run is a joke

Dear editor: The two-year prison sentence handed down by Justice Fergus O'Donnell in the fatal hit-and-run by Patrick McCabe, and his attempted cover-up, should elicit a public outcry. This minimum...

2020 Terry Fox Run theme is One Day. Your Way

Joan KingSpecial to The Lake Report Forty years ago, Terry Fox asked us to come together as a nation to inspire each other for a greater...

Ravine picnic supports NOTL Museum

Ravine Vineyard has a long history of giving back to the community and the winery did it again Monday, with a picnic lunch in support of...

Dr. Brown: New science lecture series starts Sept. 16

Dr. William Brown is a professor of neurology at McMaster University and co-founder of the Infohealth series at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library.   Dr. William Brown Special...

NOTL Community Centre to open Sept. 14

Niagara-on-the-Lake is reopening some public facilities closed for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The community centre – and the Sweets and Swirls Café – are set...

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