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Exploring Photos with the NOTL Museum: Queen’s Royal Hotel

Opening in 1869, the Royal Niagara, as it was first called, was built with money received from the county after the relocation of the...

NOTL Gives Back again this season

You best get to loading your non-perishable food and gently used clothing items into your car because Niagara-on-the-Lake is giving back. The town is once...

Dr. Brown: James Webb telescope an Advent tale of creation and hope

If all goes well, the most powerful, capable, expensive and complex star-gazing satellite telescope yet – the James Webb telescope – is slated for launch aboard...

Editorial: Make patio program permanent

With last weekend's first snowfall, it seems that patio season is definitely over in Niagara-on-the-Lake. But just five more months and we'll be back in the swing,...

Devon Botbyl in the spotlight for Candlelight Stroll

Cancer-free after months of chemo, Virgil teen will be leading Friday's celebration   Devon Botbyl is the kind of role model that Niagara-on-the-Lake deserves. At his Virgil...

Getting kids vaccinated offers best protection for all, Simpson says

Children under 12 years old have no protection against COVID-19 and that’s why getting them vaccinated first will better protect the entire population, Niagara-on-the-Lake pharmacist Sean...

Eye for Art: ‘The Ambassadors’

Throughout history, turbulent times of wars, revolutions, pandemics, disease, famine, economic upheaval and climate change have affected hundreds of millions of lives.  We are presently living...

Letter: Argument for rainbow crosswalk is flawed

Dear editor: As a taxpayer and resident of Niagara-on-the-Lake, I would like to comment on a controversial issue that has been a subject of local...

Letter: NOTL Thunderhawks lacrosse club forced to fold

Dear editor: In 1969 the Niagara Warriors lacrosse club started playing in the Ontario Junior B lacrosse league. Historic Warriors lacrosse names such as Conradi, Ignatczyk,...

Poppy display being stored at museum for use next year

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum’s poppy display, featuring 3,500 hand-crocheted poppies, has been taken down, dried and will be stored in the museum until it can be...

Ross’s Ramblings: NOTL tennis players on cutting edge of new game

Canadian physical education teacher and sports innovator James Naismith invented basketball in 1891 as an alternative to the injury-prone game of football. He was...

Letter: Committee shares diversity award

Dear editor: I’d like to say that I am extremely honoured to have received the Lord Mayor’s Volunteer Award for diversity, equity and inclusion, a sentiment that...

Actress Tara Rosling prepares for ‘The Mistletoe Bride’ at Silversmith

NOTL actress and environmental enthusiast Tara Rosling is gearing up for this year's performance of "The Mistletoe Bride" — an event she says has become...

Arch-i-text: The case for rehabilitation

In the built-heritage field the term “rehabilitation” is generally a reference to work performed on a historic house which returns the dwelling to a...

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