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Region plans to expand use of red light cameras, photo radar

Do you ever slow your driving speed because you see an officer at the side of the road with a radar gun and then proceed...

Letter: Angry that trucker convoy adopted flag as their motif

Dear editor: As I watched the "Freedom Convoy" trucks stop at the Husky Travel Centre here in Niagara-on-the-Lake some days ago, I felt very angry that they would adopt...

Letter: Current gateway suits the purpose perfectly

Dear editor: Kip Voege’s letter, “Nothing wrong with existing town gateway” published in the Feb. 10 edition of The Lake Report is the most common sense...

Dr. Brown: Long COVID and the long road ahead as we live with the virus

Last August as the number of COVID cases wound down in the U.S. and Canada, many felt the worst was over. After all, the numbers were...

Ross’s Ramblings: Simply put, NOTL is a ‘THE’ town

Isn’t it sweet and simple to live in a town without too much choice?  It may seem presumptuous, but our municipality’s name isn’t Niagara-on-Lake Ontario,...

Letter: Make a decision on St. Davids roundabout and let’s move on

Dear editor: CDM = constipated decision-making; the inability to make a final decision and move on to implementation. I am a resident of St. Davids and I have...

Letter: No one forced rainbow crosswalk on us, council approved it

Dear editor: I am writing in response to Jean O'Malley's letter ("Rainbow crosswalk may happen but residents deserve input on location") in the Feb. 10 edition...

Canadian flag will soon fly at Queen’s Royal Park

Soon there will be no doubt on which side of the Niagara River resides the true north, strong and free. Councillors unanimously approved the installation of...

Eye for Art: La Serenissima Venice in art and memory

Imagine, you are sitting at a sidewalk café in St. Mark’s Square

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