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Dr. Brown: Tribalism, violence and humans’ long history of inhumanity

In highly social species such as chimpanzees, understanding who’s in charge, who has influence, who’s in, who’s out, and shifting alliances between others, often...

The Monuments Men: Part 7: For Edwin Shepherd, the path of glory led to the grave

NOTL soldier opted to lower his rank from major so he could be closer to the action   This year marks the 100th anniversary of Niagara-on-the-Lake's iconic clock...

Online registration now open for heritage trail fun run

Online registration is now open for the Niagara-on-the-Lake heritage trail committee's 5K Fun Run/Walk and 2K Dog Walk. The fundraiser is Sept. 24 but is...

Letter: Story on farm sign had a direct impact

Dear editor: Since your June 20 story (Signs of trouble: Town removes farmer's roadside ads), we have had an overwhelming number of customers stop by...

Rock on: NOTL Rotary Rocks project inspires other communities to follow suit

Ten members of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Rotary Club were rockin' it last Thursday morning, shovelling and spreading 12 tonnes of sand around the Rotary Rocks...

NDP’s Gates takes on job as party’s critic for long-term care

New Democrat MPP Wayne Gates has been named the party’s leading voice on long-term care, home care and retirement homes. “It’s no surprise this is...

Style Canada opens pop-up shop in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Style Canada, an online female-led media company centred around fashion, beauty and lifestyle, has opened a summer retail pop-up called The Edit in Niagara-on-the-Lake.  Located at...

Lacrosse: The streak continues for Thunderhawks with first playoff win

Andy Boldt Special to The Lake Report The streak continues ... The U22 Niagara Thunderhawks won their first "A" division playoff game last week versus the...

The low din of cannon fire and muskets: war re-enactment takes over Fort George

If you were biking through Fort George last weekend, you may have found yourself questioning what century you were in. And a fair question it...

Museum lecture explores Indigenous connection to Niagara River

Indigenous Peoples' relationship with the Niagara River – its significance, influence and history – will be the focus of an in-person lecture at the...

Editorial: Dedicated firefighters protect us and our homes

On Sunday, during the first weekend of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s new dedicated-duty firefighter program — which sees crews working the weekends instead of just being on-call...

Ortona: Remembering Canadian sacrifices during the liberation of Italy

First in a series In a small seaside town in Italy in 1943, Canadian soldiers gave their lives fighting to free the country from the...

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