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Editorial: Giving back and paying it forward

'Tis the season, the time of year when kindness, spreading festive cheer and good news all seem to be in abundance. This is the final...

COVID cases at Crossroads and St. Davids close classrooms

Three people at Crossroads Public School and one at St. Davids Public School have been infected with COVID-19, a school board official says. As a result,...

Streaking Predators facing tougher test vs. North York

Kevan DowdSpecial to The Lake Report It was another successful weekend for the Niagara Jr. A Predators with two victories pushing their winning streak to...

Pharmacy can’t meet demand for COVID vaccinations

More staff needed as government makes more people eligible for shots   Sean Simpson needs help. The Niagara-on-the-Lake pharmacist has plenty of COVID vaccine available for boosters,...

Horoscope: Powerful energies, emotions and healing are in the offing

This week we see a full moon in Gemini, Venus turns retrograde, Chiron turns direct and the sun enters Capricorn. Thursday, Dec. 16: For the first...

Growing Together: How the poinsettia became official plant of the Christmas season

When you think of Christmas, what is the first flower that comes to mind? Your answer is probably “poinsettias.”  It has long been accepted as...

Glass court featured as White Oaks hosts junior squash open

Niagara-on-the-Lake's White Oaks Resort was home to Canada's Junior Open squash championships over the weekend. The competition attracted about 250 players from across Canada and the world...

Town staff Give Back and choose charity over paid Christmas dinner

What was supposed to be a gift for the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s staff has turned into a new tradition of giving back to the...

Ross’s Ramblings: Out for a RIDE, twice in one night

Sometimes in life we are lucky to enjoy an excellent experience twice. Very rarely though, twice in one evening. After a delightful Christmas Covelli pizza...

Farm worker retires after 35 yearsat Pillitteri

Promises kept: The saga of how Rodney Smith and his family came to Canada and built a life here   Jamie Slingerland Special to The Lake Report After 35 years...

Keeping it Green:Bridging troubled waters Collaboration andprogress across the Niagara River

Niagara Parks wrapped up a speaker series on environmental stewardship with a fascinating discussion of trans-border water issues. Raj Bejankiwar, a physical scientist working for the...

Op-ed: All you need is love and a strategic plan

Beatles’ 'Get Back' series has lessons for getting things done   David Israelson Special to The Lake Report Anyone who watched the entire documentary "The Beatles: Get Back"...

Dr. Brown: With Omicron dominating, be careful this holiday season

Where SARS-Cov-2 is concerned, surprise is the operative word. As recently as last summer some experts began to imagine a world beyond COVID or...

With inclusive playground, no child gets left out at Crossroads

Crossroads Public School is entering a new phase, one where no child ever gets left out of the fun. The Virgil school last Thursday opened its...

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