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Future Vision: Part 1: Community rallied to build former hospital

Denise Ascenzo Special to The Lake Report From the very beginning, the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has learned to survive, rebuild and its residents learned to look...

Niagara’s History Unveiled: Queenston and the portage from Niagara Falls

This is the first in a four-part series based on a talk given as a part of the Niagara Historical Society’s lecture series. Because of the pandemic,...

Dr. Brown: COVID virus keeps outsmarting the human body’s defences

Unlike simple cells such as archaea and bacteria, viruses such as SARS-CoV-2 (which causes COVID) are unable to make copies of themselves without host...

Election ’21: Meet your federal candidates

Five candidates are in the running for Niagara Falls riding, which includes Niagara-on-the-Lake, Fort Erie and the Falls. With Parliament dissolved and Canada on the path to...

Americans have been allowed into Canada for more than a week. Where are they?

Fully vaccinated Americans have been allowed into Canada since Aug. 9 and Niagara-on-the-Lake businesses are eager to welcome back our neighbours from south of...

Sorella Niagara market showcases arts, crafts and new local business

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum was packed with vendors outdoors on Saturday, selling various arts and crafts during the first-ever Sorella Niagara market. Bianca Sorrenti, a St. Davids...

U.S. couple glad to be back at summer home in NOTL

At midnight on Aug. 9, Americans Dave and Laura Glasz were waiting in line at the Canadian border, anxious to return to their summer home they...

Horse protesters, carriage operator accuse each other of assault

Niagara police are investigating after animal rights protesters and horse carriage operators both allege that assaults occurred on Saturday in Niagara-on-the-Lake. A young employee of Sentineal...

Opinion: Four Mile Creek neglected by conservation authority

Morgan MitchellSpecial to The Lake Report I am 13 years old, and I have lived on the Virgil Lower Reservoir section of Four Mile Creek...

Even naysayer gets second dose at walk-in vaccine clinic

But his wife is happy to be protected from virus   Chris McGregor got his second dose of COVID vaccine at a walk-in clinic at the...

Eye for Art: ‘Where are we going?’

Penny-Lynn CooksonSpecial to Niagara Now/The Lake Report In a time of increasing uncertainty in the world, we may well find ourselves dreaming of tropical paradises...

Niagara Symphony unveils ‘pops’ plan for new season

Steven Page, ex- of Barenaked Ladies, will perform with orchestra at opening   A small crowd gathered on Monday evening at Southbrook Organic Vineyard for the...

Marotta’s Queen Street development likely to be approved

Large new project 'looks like a barracks,' mayor says   Niagara-on-the-Lake councillors expressed concerns at a planning meeting last week about a large commercial development by Benny...

Delta variant cases on the rise in Niagara

But lockdowns may be avoided if enough people are vaccinated, models show   Like the rest of the province, Niagara's cases of COVID-19 are on the rise, largely...

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