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Opinion: ‘The Crown’: History or drama queens?

David IsraelsonSpecial to The Lake Report Along with millions of others, I watched "The Crown" on Netflix, but I have a special interest in the...

Letter: MP Baldinelli needs to be part of the solution

Dear editor: I read with interest the opinion piece in The Lake Report from our Conservative MP Tony Baldinelli, ("Trudeau has mismanaged pandemic response," Jan. 28). Having managed...

Letter: On vaccine rollout, let’s focus on what we can control

Dear editor: I sent Dr. William Brown’s Jan. 28 article, "The race is on, humans vs. COVID-19," to a friend.   I added a few comments that...

Letter: Tough financial penalties will get attention of for-profit care homes

Dear editor: Before Christmas someone wrote regarding his objection to the recommendation by MPP Wayne Gates that the Ontario government take over the management of...

Letter: Enforce parking rules to solve Ryerson Park traffic problems

Dear editor: I live on Shakespeare Avenue and did not sign the petition from the Friends of Ryerson Park. I appreciate that this group is trying...

Letter: Choosing a NOTL vaccine site is not rocket science

Dear editor: Dumbfounded or gobsmacked for my fellow U.K. expats, disgusted and incensed was my immediate reaction to the Jan. 28 The Lake Report article, "Town looking for vaccine...

Letter: MPP Gates plays politics with pandemic criticism

Dear editor: It is very disappointing to see our MPP Wayne Gates simply playing politics when many are trying their best to find solutions to minimize...

St. Davids inventor hopes to mass-produce custom plexiglass screens

Julia Sacco Special to The Lake Report St. Davids plexiglass screen manufacturer Leslie Mann is expanding his business by creating custom screens as the pandemic continues. Mann, who...

Dr. Brown: Consciousness, awareness and complexities of the brain

The nature of the consciousness and awareness remain what Winston Churchill so aptly described in a very different context, a "riddle wrapped in a...

Business is tough, but owners see potential silver linings

While business is slowwww right now, some Niagara-on-the-Lake owners and operators are hopeful for what the future holds. Rick Jorgensen, owner of OliV Tasting Room, said...

Museum lecture highlights ‘shame’ of abortion in Victorian era

Julia Sacco Special to The Lake Report The first instalment in a new Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum virtual lecture series highlighted the turmoil that women and doctors faced...

Ross’ Ravings: What’s takin’ so long withMississagua Street culvert?

The detour on Mississagua Street (or should it be Mississauga?) near Queen is certainly welcome news.  But I was shocked, shocked to read the project would not be finished...

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