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Keeping it Green: Testing the waters: New program will monitor pollution at Niagara Shores Park

Thanks to a new water-monitoring program, a much-loved Niagara-on-the-Lake beach is finally getting the care it deserves. In response to Keeping it Green columns that...

Dr. Brown: Pruning and making sense of life as we age

My father was born in England and, like one of his brothers, loved to work in his garden. That sometimes required selective and even aggressive...

The Monuments Men – Part 4: Three Houghton boys went off to war. Only one returned

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Niagara-on-the-Lake's iconic clock tower cenotaph. In recognition of the cenotaph's century of service through two world wars and beyond, NOTL...

Dear diary: Trials and tests on 4,400-km ride in honour of brother

NOTL native Kaleb Schriefer is riding the Tour Divide from Alberta to New Mexico in honour of his brother Noah, who died of an...

Arch-i-text: The NOTL Craftsman

When the British Arts & Crafts style made its entre into North America, it generated a wave of creativity among architects. On the east...

Exploring Photos: Thayendanega-Rousseaux powder horn

June 21 was National Indigenous Peoples Day and this week we are featuring an artifact from our collection. This powder horn is beautifully decorated...

NOTL man swimming to highlight mental health crisis

A Niagara-on-the-Lake man is preparing to swim from the Queenston boat launch to the gazebo in Queen's Royal Park to raise awareness and money...

Strawberry Festival brings life, tradition back to NOTL

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Strawberry Festival returned on Saturday, after a two-year COVID hiatus. Across the grounds at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, people of all ages were...

NOTL’s 2% hotel room tax begins July 1

It's been simmering a long time on the back burner, but NOTL is finally ready to serve up its municipal accommodation tax. Niagara-on-the-Lake's long-awaited and...

Ross’s Ramblings: Change comes even to NOTL, usually for the better

“One of the things that never changes is that things always change.” This high level and tricky aphorism offered by Michael Clarke in the Veterans...

Heritage experts say NOTL is a leader on conservation

Preserving the character of Niagara-on-the-Lake may be a tough battle for some councillors and residents but it seems the town is getting widespread recognition...

Navy’s oldest ship makes harbour in NOTL

Grand sailing vessel HMCS Oriole is part of mission to recruit 1,000 sailors Perhaps one of the greatest old sailing vessels in the world called...

Butterfly release honours loved ones lost during pandemic

About 250 new residents moved in Saturday afternoon and each one of them represents someone who was deeply loved and lost. They weren’t people, they...

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