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One tree at a time: Free saplings support climate fight

Roland Adams wants everyone to have a free tree – until he runs out, at least. The Gage Street resident is one of a few...

Exploring Photos: Six Nations doll circa 1820

This c.1820s Six Nations doll was donated in 1909 and is reputed to have belonged to a Chief’s daughter on the Grand River. It...

Arch-i-text: Just what is that? Abbreviations and jargon of development process

As we move toward the municipal election in October, some of the candidate platforms include short forms and abbreviations that leave folks scratching their...

Indigenous motorcycle club’s Unity Ride ends in Niagara-on-the-Lake

The Sovereign Motorcycle Club was at Queenston Memorial Park Saturday afternoon at the end of a long ride from Ohsweken on the Six Nations...

Letter: Yes, short-term rentals need to be controlled

Dear editor: In principle, I am in favour of short-term rentals. We ran one a year back. Done properly, they don't offend a sense of...

Editorial: The community steps up, again

Build it and they will come. Ask for it and they will deliver. A week ago, desperate to fill empty and near-empty shelves in time for...

‘I think it could be a record year:’ Some NOTL beekeepers are thriving, despite rough start to season

It’s not all doom and gloom for beekeepers.  Many beekeepers had a difficult start to the season. Some lost most, if not all, of their...

NOTL champion fastball team reunites 50 years later

The boys are back in town. A team of fastball players from Niagara-on-the-Lake made it to the Ontario Juvenile Championship game 50 years ago and...

Hovercraft service is one part of a larger picture

Plan is to build its own crafts and expand around the world, founder says A new hovercraft service proposed to connect Toronto and Niagara can...

Mayoral candidates discuss top issues

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s incumbent lord mayor was critical of her two opponents during their first head-to-head encounter Tuesday night at the Royal Canadian Legion, a meeting...

NOTL wears orange for survivors and victims of residential schools

Niagara-on-the-Lake will be a touch more orange this Friday for National Truth and Reconcilliation Day as groups across town show their colours to raise...

St. Davids teacher faces discipline for using offensive handout

The District School Board of Niagara is in the hot seat after a kindergarten teacher from St. Davids Public School shared a racist handout...

NOTL hikers complete challenging trek through Swiss Alps

Gruelling mountain journey is 170 kilometres from Chamonix to Zermatt Three Niagara-on-the-Lake hikers overcame extreme altitude, vertical climbs and even illness to traverse the famed...

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