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Peter Todd out as NOTL municipal clerk

After eight years with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, municipal clerk Peter Todd has run his last council meeting. New chief administrator Marnie Cluckie fired Todd about two...

Editorial: Make Pride crosswalk happen now

Niagara-on-the-Lake is ahead of the curve in so many ways. And so behind in others. This week's story about resident Jordon Williams' efforts to get a...

Indigenous talk looks at cultural importance of the Strawberry Moon

Jackie Labonte and Renee Thomas-Hill, an elder in her community, are hosting a talk with Niagara Parks on Thursday revolving around the significance of the...

Rainbow crosswalk urged for Old Town

Pride walk and more education urged by LGBTQ+ community Stephanie Beattie Special to The Lake Report Pride needs to be celebrated beyond the month of June in...

Dr. Brown — A promising new drug for Alzheimers with an asterisk

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved aducanumab to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Like other similar drugs, it was designed to rid the brains of Alzheimer's patients of buildups of...

NOTL COVID cases mainly from household spread: Hirji

Niagara’s chief medical officer of health says most cases of COVID-19 in Niagara-on-the-Lake are coming from community spread, mainly because of gatherings. Dr. Mustafa Hirji...

NOTL a flurry of activity as patios and stores reopen

Queen Street was as busy as Queen's Royal Park on Saturday as visitors and locals thronged together to enjoy the first step of Ontario’s...

Eye for Art: Mistik??ak, Resurgence of the People

Kent Monkman wields a double-edged sword that looks like a feather but is no less lethal.  In his "Mistikôsiwak," (Wooden Boat People), the Canadian Cree...

Town to remove Ontario Courts from bylaw ticketing system

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is planning to bypass the Ontario court system to deal with non-parking related bylaw infractions. The new system, the Non-parking Administrative...

Residents critical of plans for development of Rand Estate

Housing density and destruction of key features among concerns aired at open house   A subdivision proposed on the historic Rand Estate drew heated comments and pointed...

Opinion: Town needs to seize the day and rename Ryerson Park

Ross RobinsonSpecial to The Lake Report Let's think about tomorrows in our unique Niagara-on-the-Lake. George Santayana said in 1905, "Those who cannot remember the past are...

Going Green: Sell it, gift it, reuse it to reduce carbon footprint

Figuring out how to reuse the stuff you already have is a good way to reduce your carbon footprint.  Sell it online, whether you use Kijiji, VarageSale, Facebook...

Gardening can improve your physical, mental health

This is the fourth in a 10-week gardening column series, organized by Niagara-on-the-Lake's Communities in Bloom committee Charlotte Kromberg Special to The Lake Report Ever wondered why...

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