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Former hydro exec facing fraud charge has repaid missing $426,000

A former Niagara-on-the-Lake Hydro executive who has been charged with defrauding the utiliity of more than $426,000, has now repaid all the money. Hydro CEO...

Editorial: Volunteers make NOTL better for all

Niagara-on-the-Lake thrives on volunteerism. And it’s so satisfying to see some of those volunteers recognized for the incredible number of hours they collectively spend helping our local organizations and...

Dedicated NOTL volunteers honoured with provincial awards

More than 15 Niagara-on-the-Lake volunteers have been recognized with special honours by the province of Ontario for their work in the community.

NOTL dad ‘over the moon’ with son’s role in Mars mission

Gail KendallSpecial to The Lake Report Vlad Haltigin is one proud father these days. The NOTL resident, a retired former executive with Xerox Canada Ltd., has...

Hirji fears rapid spike inCOVID variants with quick reopening

Niagara is likely headed for the pandemic red zone, but not on the advice of the region's acting chief medical officer of health. During a news...

A socially distanced scavenger hunt in Queenston

For many years, Lisa and Steve Wilson would gather their group of friends for a New Year’s Day outdoor activity. Traditionally, the activities have included...

Letter: Seniors only matter when politicians want their vote

Dear editor; First, let me say I am unaffiliated with any political party and this letter is not intended to favour any particular party. An extract from federal...

Letter: Taxpayers footing the bill for NOTL water losses

Dear editor: The Lake Report (Feb. 18) reports that “Town lost $719K in water in 2019” as stated in the Deloitte audit report. The Deloitte audit report explains...

Arch-i-text: Changing taste

It’s the first decade of the 20th Century and you are Dr. David Duggan of St. Davids. You are planning to build a new house and...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Black school at St. Andrew’s

Religion plays an important part in putting down roots in a community and many of our early Black residents belonged to the local churches, including...

Dr. Brown: Mapping COVID genome essential to updating vaccines

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...

Council narrowly rejects solution to light pollution from pickleball courts

Evan SaundersSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report Council members narrowly defeated a plan Monday to immediately address light pollution complaints from Virgil’s popular pickleball courts. The pickleball courts...

Pandemic Heroes: Anjulika Chand

Anjulika Chand has been nominated as one of our Pandemic Heroes by Penny-Lynn Cookson. Chand, 55, is a front-line respiratory therapist at Etobicoke General...

St. Davids brewery entrepreneur glad construction finally can resume

Rob Begin is happy construction crews can resume building his new restaurant and brewery in St. Davids. The project was shut down during the provincewide...

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