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Torch relay makes its way through Niagara-on-the-Lake

Linda Chang held the Canada Summer Games torch high as she ran her leg of the torch relay in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Saturday. "When it was...

Shaw Festival donates $4,000 to NOTL charities

Four Niagara-based charitable organizations have received donations from the Shaw Festival's town preview funding program. Thanks to money raised from tickets that residents buy to...

Small, rural farmers rely on signs to sell produce, councillors say

Wiens urges bylaw department to 'look the other way' and not remove signs   Niagara-on-the-Lake is blessed with many amenities, among them easy access to farm-fresh...

NOTL wineries strike gold at national awards

Visitors to Niagara-on-the-Lake wineries will soon see some of the wine bottles sporting stickers to boast their award-winning status. The 2022 Wine Align National Wine...

900-km walk in support of homeless veterans ends in NOTL on Sunday

A small group set out from Legion Branch 290 in Tobermory on July 5 on a 900-kilometre trek along the entire length of the...

Niagara College savours sweet success in wine award competitions

Niagara College’s Teaching Winery continues to produce award-winning wines that are impressing judges at the provincial and national levels. In June, the Teaching Winery collected...

Niagara Parks to plant 150 saplings to replace 30 dead trees

The Niagara Parks Commission will plant 150 new trees along the Parkway in Niagara-on-the-Lake after taking down 30 dead oak trees that were a...

Exploring Photos: Riley Family Homestead

Aug. 1 marked Emancipation Day in Canada, the day on which the 1833 Slavery Abolition Act came into effect. This year it coincided with Simcoe...

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