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Letter: Americans, guns and the never-ending carnage

Dear editor: I’ve written numerous letters to your newspaper, but none as important as this one. As we all know, there have been more deaths in...

Letter: Commentary about derogatory ‘Toronto people’ term was spot on

Dear editor: Thank you to Beth MacDonald for speaking out about the attitude of some native NOTLers ("NOTLers need to stop with derogatory ‘Toronto people’...

Letter: Pope’s planned apology for abuse is a travesty

Dear editor: The Pope's anticipated apology for decades of clergy abuse likely will be along the lines of: "I have tortured, raped and murdered thousands...

Museum lecture examines NOTL’s waterfront, with ‘worry and wonder’

Niagara-on-the-Lake has had a long and powerful relationship with its waterfront and on Thursday, June 16, environmentalist Owen Bjorgan hosts an in-person lecture examining...

NOTL tulip sale Friday will support town’s tree fund

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake's annual spring tulip sale returns Friday, June 17. Hundreds of tulip bulbs that bloomed in town parks and on Queen Street...

Ryerson Park celebrates summer by Piping Down the Sun

The Chautauqua Residents Association is celebrating the first day of summer by Piping Down the Sun on Wednesday, June 22, at Ryerson Park in...

Sports: Darling’s 87 is tops in 18-hole women’s play

A week after heavy rains washed out most competitive league play at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club, action resumed on the links. Michele Darling's 87 won...

Sunshine and flowers: Hundreds flock – and walk – to Shaw Garden Tour

If you stopped one of the droves of people walking about Old Town on Saturday and asked them what they were doing, chances are...

Dr. Brown: Situational awareness and the complexities of our aging brains

Situational awareness, an ability to know precisely where you are, the terrain you’re crossing, possible landing spots in an emergency and awareness of ever-changing weather,...

NOTL still grapples with loss of high school

The pain of losing Niagara District High School was a focal point of a discussion about support for rural education during a committee of...

‘They’re invisible’: Group aims to launch youth campus for NOTL high schoolers

Caroline Polgrabia has been working for eight years to bring some form of secondary school education back to Niagara-on-the-Lake. And, finally, things are looking up. Polgrabia...

Letter: NOTL Cats Rescue desperately needs foster homes

Dear editor: NOTL Cats Rescue, our only local cat rescue group, needs the community’s help. We are in desperate need of foster homes for many kittens...

One Lake, Three Beaches solstice celebration cancelled in NOTL

The One Lake, Three Beaches celebration "Drumming Down the Sun" on the summer solstice won't be held in Niagara-on-the-Lake this June 21. COVID restrictions cancelled...

Ross’s Ramblings: Dollar for dollar, how do we solve a puzzle like the exchange rate?

This economic flimflam has confused me since my university days in the U.S. way back in the 1960s. “The exchange rate” was then 1.07, with...

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