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COVID cases appear to be flattening, vaccines coming for kids five to 11

Niagara's chief medical officer has some good news regarding COVID-19. So far, in Ontario and Niagara, cases seem to have flattened out and even...

Indigenous residents want Ontario to makeSept. 30 statutory holiday

Fallon Farinacci has gone through severe trauma as a Métis woman but has started using that narrative to raise money and inspire change for...

Unvaccinated should not be invited for Thanksgiving: Hirji

Niagara's chief medical officer of health says people, including family members, who aren't vaccinated against COVID-19 shouldn't be invited to Thanksgiving gatherings this year, to...

Region seeks feedback on massive consolidated transit plan

GO Transit and the Region of Niagara want resident feedback on the proposed consolidation of transit across the region. Residents can access a survey on movingtransitforward.ca....

M?s actress says Truth and Reconciliation Day is about education

National Truth and Reconciliation Day should be focused on education about residential schools, says Shaw Festival actor Julie Lumsden, a Métis who hails from Manitoba. The day – today,...

Preserving NOTL’s heritage is important, trail donors say

Gwen and David Laing had a deeply personal reaction to seeing their names Wednesday morning on a plaque commemorating the first 100 donors to...

Disappearance of Darren Werner baffles veteran detective

Det.-Sgt. Richard Gauthier says he has no idea what happened to Darren Werner. “It’s so bizarre, people don’t just disappear without a trace like this,” Gauthier...

Editorial: Short-term rentals: Part 3 — Council must take action now

While there is a long list of problems created by short-term rentals in our community, there are also some benefits. These businesses do create a small...

Woman seriously injured in ATV crash

A 28-year-old woman is recovering in hospital after crashing her all-terrain vehicle on Sunday evening near Carlton Street and  Seaway Haulage Road in Niagara-on-the-Lake,...

A special party for Brock’s 252nd birthday bash

Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock is turning 252 and the Friends of Fort George are celebrating in style. Brock’s Birthday Bash, on Oct. 6 at Brock's Monument in Queenston,...

Museum’s new fall lecture series digs deep into history

The NOTL Museum is launching its 2021 fall virtual lecture series on Zoom on Oct. 6. "The enormous success of our previous Zoom lectures was surprising,” said...

Soggy September keeps harvest plans fluid

A 'stunning' year for some grapes, but picking conditions are tricky     Heavy rainfall in September has created challenging conditions for the annual grape harvest. “It puts pressure on...

NOTL’s own Santa rides 1,000 kilometres for Palliative Care

How long does it take to cycle to Quebec City? That depends who you ask. For Tim Taylor, who just virtually pedalled the 1,000-kilometre journey, it was about...

‘Home’ and COVID focus of new Pumphouse exhibit

A new month-long show opens Oct. 1 at the Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre featuring the artwork of Sue Archibald. In her exhibition "Home – Protector or Predator," the...

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