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Arts: Queenston choir returns with concert

After two years, the Queenston Women’s Chorus will once again be performing an annual Christmas concert, “Here We Come A-Carolling,” on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. at Trillium United Church in St.

Rising from the ashes of debilitating mental trauma

One Niagara-on-the-Lake woman learned to grow through her trauma, including a late-term miscarriage and a marital split – and now she speaks openly about the darkest moments in her life and her journey through it all. Sarah Kroeker’s road

Biking 4,400-km in memory of his brother

Kaleb Schriefer is riding the Tour Divide from Alberta to New Mexico in honour of Noah, who died of an overdose Kaleb Schriefer was crushed by the loss of his younger brother Noah in

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church celebrates 225 years

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church will celebrate 225 years serving the community from its Simcoe Street location, with an anniversary Sunday service this weekend. On Sept. 15, a guest preacher and local dignitaries will

Holiday House Tours – It takes a village

RUNNING IN PAPER. IT IS NOT EDITED YET –KM   The Rotary Holiday House Tours is one of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s most anticipated seasonal events bringing close to 4,000 people through expertly decorated homes and landmarks

TIDBITS – Nov.28

Virgil Christmas tree lighting A tree lighting of the pine tree in front of the Town administrative building on Four Mile Creek Road will be held on Dec. 5 at 5:30 p.m. All

Pandemic Heroes: NOTL’s pharmacists

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s independent pharmacists have been thinking outside the box since the beginning of this pandemic – which is one of the reasons they have both been nominated as pandemic heroes. Julie Dyck, owner/pharmacist of Stone Road

Pandemic Heroes: Anjulika Chand

Anjulika Chand has been nominated as one of our Pandemic Heroes by Penny-Lynn Cookson. Chand, 55, is a front-line respiratory therapist at Etobicoke General Hospital and has more than 27-years’ experience in the

Drooling dog inspires NOTL author’s children’s book series

An excessive amount of dog drool was the inspiration for a Niagara-on-the-Lake woman's new children's book series. “Sir Archibald Droolsalot: Big Dog Blues” immortalizes Kathryn Recourt's large, loyal (and drooling) companion Archie, the part English mastiff, part

Scaled-down Rotary Holiday House Tours cancelled due to COVID

This year’s already pared down version of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Rotary Club's annual holiday house tours has been cancelled. The last-minute decision was made this week after event organizers further examined the Ontario government’s COVID-19 regulations, which

NOTL kids design Christmas cards for seniors

Children of Niagara-on-the-Lake are bringing a little cheer to 227 long-term care residents thanks to the town’s first Christmas card contest. The winning designs will be made into Christmas cards and the mayor will sign each and

Jam queen Kim McQuhae scores big at Royal

An heirloom box of recipes helped Kim McQuhae of Gryphon Ridge Highlands secure first-place at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair for her Plum Nutty jam this year. She submitted the passed-down recipe for


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