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Culverts to cost $712K

A culvert replacement and two new culverts will cost the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake $712,000. The contracts were approved Monday for a replacement culvert on Mississagua Street...

Mixed Up: Shaw actor, director releases film on Prime Video

Niagara-on-the-Lake filmmaker and Shaw Festival actor Howard Davis a.k.a. Haui hopes his new movie will help to celebrate the differences in people. Davis released his feature-length film "MixedUp" on...

Arch-i-text: Panel and wainscot

I love wood. Whether it’s left natural or painted, there’s something about it that resonates in me on a very basic level. Perhaps it’s the...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: MB Foods

Today the site of a massage therapy business and art gallery at 1547 Niagara Stone Rd. in Virgil, this building started as the Virgil Locker...

Letter: Short-term rentals need more regulation

Dear editor: We are all aware of short-term rentals. If you’ve stayed in a hotel, enjoyed a bed & breakfast or rented a cottage or...

Editorial: Let’s all supportNOTL businesses

A couple of weeks ago The Lake Report quietly kicked off a campaign to help local businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic. With support from the NOTL...

Town hires new chief administrator

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has hired a new chief administrative officer after a months-long search. Marnie Cluckie will take over the job as the town's top...

Town moves to restrict short-term rentals

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is hoping to limit short-term rentals to live-in operations only by 2024. The move is one in a list of changes...

Mikreations closing and moving on after 13 years

It’s the end of an era for Niagara’s art community as Mikreations Art & Frame Gallery prepares to close its Niagara Stone Road storefront...

Sparks light diyas for Diwali

Priya Litt Special to the Lake Report  It was an honour for me to attend as a special guest speaker and presenter to teach NOTL's Sparks,...

New COVID restrictions could be ‘crippling’ for restaurants

Disero unsure if 'heavy hand" of region rules is appropriate in NOTL   New COVID-19 rules across the province, along with additional restrictions by Niagara’s acting medical officer...

Nursery school important to town’s future, mayor says

NOTL also exploring creating a 'hub' for high school students   Having a nursery school in town and having a reasonable waiting list for families is...

COVID UPDATE: NOTL cases decline but restrictions tightened

Niagara-on-the-Lake is down to two active cases of COVID-19, as the Niagara region moves into the province's recently updated orange "restrict" level. As of Tuesday, the following emergency...

Heddle Shipyards wins another major contract

Heddle Shipyards, operators of the Port Weller Drydocks, has signed a multi-year, multi-million-dollar agreement to fabricate components for three ships now under construction at...

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