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Monthly Archives: August, 2021

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Growing Together: Yes, fall is an excellent time to be planting

Joanne Young Special to The Lake Report Are you thinking of adding some new gardens or extending any existing gardens this fall? I am often asked if they...

Horoscope: A new moon brings some new beginnings

This week we have an amazing new moon in Virgo on Monday, Sept. 6 and much to do about Neptune in Pisces. Thursday, Sept. 2:...

Election ’21: Picking sides in the election few people wanted

Election season is in full swing in Niagara-on-the-Lake and longtime Tory supporter Trudy Hildebrand says she has had enough of the Conservative party. This time she plans...

Shades of Summer fills the NOTL Museum courtyard

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum played host to the second of three sold-out Shades of Summer dinners last week.

Paddle Niagara wants to create boat launch

Paddle Niagara wants to partner with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake to clean up and open a section of waterfront along River Beach Drive as...

Letter: How did NHS come to own the NOTL hospital?

Dear editor: I read with interest last week the first installment of your series "Future Vision" and the story of the history of the hospital in...

Shortened soccer season closes with fun games

The NOTL Soccer Club wrapped up its season with a series of scrimmages on Saturday. Players from all leagues filled Centennial Sports Park in Virgil...

Keeping it Green: Kicking butt: Cleanup campaign targets smoking litter

Throughout September, volunteers across Canada hope to pick up and recycle more than 1 million cigarette butts. The Butt Blitz, run by nonprofit A Greener...

Shaw Guild puts on elegant garden party

Guests sipped, savoured and strolled Saturday as they enjoyed a relaxing evening of music, art and libations amid some spectacular gardens in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The occasion was, appropriately, the...

FUTURE VISION: Part 2: Old hospital could be reimagined as a multi-use ‘live-work’ facility

Why is it that Canadians must always attempt to put everything into nice, neat little boxes? The need to categorize seems to be part of...

Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: St. Davids fire hall

This 1944 photograph shows the Niagara Township Council and fire department officials seated out front of the former fire hall in St. Davids. The...

Whitby man, 39, charged after dog left in hot car at outlet mall

Niagara Regional Police arrested a 39-year-old man from Whitby on Saturday, after rescuing a dog left inside a hot car at the Outlet Collection at Niagara...

Letter: Minister’s ‘brothers’ remark was disturbing

Dear editor: Speaking to the media, Maryam Monsef, the minister for women's and gender equality, last week referred to the Taliban as "our brothers." Later, when asked about her...

Letter: Baldinelli’s positions are so predictably partisan

Dear editor: After reading Conservative MP Tony Baldinelli’s occasional newspaper columns for some time, I find them nothing but thinly veiled attack ads with a...

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