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Tuesday, April 23, 2024
Brittany Carter

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Celebrating Flight of the Monarch

It was wings up Saturday as Parks Canada helped celebrate National Flight of the Monarch Day, with a guided tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake attracting families, enthusiasts and hopeful butterfly gardeners eager to learn more about the at-risk migratory insect.

Rochelle Byrne: Cleaning up the lake

Rochelle Byrne paddled her way into Queen’s Royal Park in NOTL late Saturday morning, leaving 420 kilometres of cleaner shores in her wake for the Love Your Lake project, which collected more than 40,000 pieces of

Documentary series highlightsHistorical Niagara

The Niagara region is captivating for more than its world-renowned waterfall, says award-winning documentary filmmaker Peter Sacco. His passion for “keeping the history of Niagara alive” is showcased through the documentary series Historical

Driverseat Niagara provides local transportation

The need for safe and reliable transportation for local seniors prompted one woman to launch a franchise of Driverseat Inc., a dual chauffeur and shuttle service. Debbie Reed, owner of Driverseat Niagara, purchased

Pig roast pops up in support of NOTL Museum

PigOut Roasters will host a pop-up pig roast in support of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum on June 24. After the COVID-19 pandemic forced postponement of Niagara Polo, one of the museum’s biggest fundraisers, event partner PigOut

Animal rights group says formal protests are over

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s resident horse-drawn carriage activists announced the end of any “official involvement” in the NOTL campaign via social media Tuesday. That means while action may continue in the fight against the carriages, any

Museum brings back Doors Open NOTL this fall

The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum will spearhead Doors Open NOTL this fall as part of provincewide Doors Open Ontario heritage tourism initiative led by the Ontario Heritage Trust. Planned for Oct. 24, 2020, from 10


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