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Coyotes growing brazen in NOTL

Teen boy attacked, others chased and dog snatched from porch   Incidents involving brazen coyotes have been occurring frequently in Niagara-on-the-Lake and on Monday night a 14-year-old...

Editorial: We all are culpable

There was a small but solemn gathering in Simcoe Park on Sunday at 2:15 p.m. Thanks to the initiative of Niagara-on-the-Lake resident Cosimo Chiovitti, a...

Concession 6 bridge is deadly crossing spot for painted turtles

When Dan Plomish pulled over to help a female turtle across Concession 6, he found nine more adult turtles dead on the pavement, crushed by vehicles. The unfortunate...

Niagara Parks lecture explores Indigenous role in Battle of Queenston Heights

Online presentations marking Indigenous Month begin Thursday   A series of three talks hosted by the Niagara Parks Commission will take place every Thursday for the rest of...

Fort fundraising to support six summer jobs

The Friends of Fort George is hiring six summer employees this year thanks to a partial federal grant, but needs to raise an additional $17,000...

Going Green: Tips to reduce trash and increase recycling

Robiin Jinchereau Special to The Lake Report The Region of Niagara estimated in 2020 residents recycled about 56 per cent of our garbage waste. This was...

Artist frustrated by anti-masker whodefiedlockdown rules

Niagara-on-the-Lake artist Filomena Pisano says she doesn't want to have to choose between her studio and her health after a fellow tenant in the...

Parks Canada begins reconstruction of Butlers Barracks

Parks Canada has begun reconstruction of Butler’s Barracks National Historic Site. “This is about stabilizing the structure and giving our past a future,” Parks Canada...

After the Pandemic: Reopening their bed andbreakfast

Now that more and more people are getting vaccinated and there is finally a clear pathway out of this pandemic, we will periodically check in...

Strawberry Festival cancelled again, others in limbo

Brittney CutlerSpecial to The Lake Report With summer approaching quickly, Niagara-on-the-Lake's annual fruit festivals are facing tough decisions on whether to hold out for a chance...

Canada Day cupcakes are back

Canada day Cupcakes return to Niagara-on-the-Lake for another July 1 celebration. The Friends of Fort George are selling their Canada Day packages again this year. The packages...

Brock’s Monument offers virtual talks for summer

Thanks to a grant from the Young Canada Work’s program, Friends of Fort George has been able to hire two heritage interpreters to host virtual...

Letter: Proposed ‘gateway’ to NOTL is ugly and corporate-looking

Dear editor: I beg the pardon of the individuals who are the advocates proposing the reconfiguration of the gateway signage at the convergence of Mississagua...

Eye for Art: The Scream’ depicts Indigenous tragedy

Penny-Lynn CooksonSpecial to The Lake Report In the late 19th century, the Canadian government began a policy of aggressive assimilation of Indigenous peoples. Prime Minister John A....

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