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Monthly Archives: October, 2021

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NOTL man facing child porn charges is free on bail

A 39-year-old Niagara-on-the-Lake man is free on bail and facing three child pornography charges after an investigation by the Niagara police internet child exploitation...

A short cut to mushrooms: NOTL foragers find and cook up edible wild fungi

You want to cook them well, and know what you’re cooking.

Editorial: Punishing illegal short-term rentaloperators

Councillors have finally taken a hard stance against short-term rentals by slapping bad actors with a one-year licence ban. As we have been strongly advocating for council...

Council overrules committee, slaps illegal rentals with one-year licence ban

Councillors have overruled a decision by the town's licensing committee and imposed a year-long ban on three short-term rentals that were operating illegally. “People (need...

Keeping it Green: In the face of climate change, Niagara Adapts

NOTL councillors voted unanimously last week in favour of a draft corporate climate change adaptation plan. Council's endorsement will allow continued planning for imminent climate change problems in...

Construction on new medical centre should start next week, developer says

Stability for doctors and patients will be the one of the best things about the new Village Medical Centre, Dr. Tim Bastedo says. After nearly...

Editorial: A circle of community care

Niagara-on-the-Lake is a town brimming with talented and successful individuals. Many of them retired to NOTL, for a variety of reasons, including its beauty, charm...

Don’t have $4,500 for a 3D printer? Then head to the library

State-of-the-art technology is free to use and they'll teach you how   There's a world beyond books lurking in a corner of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library. The modern,...

COVID spikes elsewhere show preventive measures stillneeded, Hirji says

Spiking COVID cases in some western provinces and in Nordic countries show Ontario needs to be careful about easing COVID-19 measures, Niagara's top doctor says. Noting...

Hockey: Jr. A team loses coach six games into season

Niagara Predators' bench boss quits for personal reasons, GM says Kevan Dowd Special to The Lake Report The Niagara Jr. A Predators have learned to adapt to...

Police budget growing and that means higher costs for NOTL

The Niagara police budget is tentatively slated to increase by 4.9 per cent in 2022 and Niagara-on-the-Lake residents could pay another $674,000 for policing next year thanks...

Arch-i-text: A stroll around Queenston

Having strolled the streets in the village last week, let’s take a look at some of the residences along the Niagara River Parkway and...

Horoscope: Patience and honesty might keep you sane

This week we see the third quarter moon in Leo and Mars move from balancing Libra into powerful Scorpio. Thursday, Oct. 28: Things get better...

Public skating returning on Oct. 30

Public skating is back on the ice, finally. Skating returns to Vigil’s Meridian Credit Union Arena this Saturday, Oct. 30, the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake's chief administrator told...

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