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Saturday, July 2, 2022
Evan Saunders
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter - Niagara Now

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Solemn celebration marks cenotaph centennial

Lt.-gov. says war memorial ensures ‘they will not be forgotten’   Niagara-on-the-Lake’s iconic clocktower cenotaph marked its 100th birthday last weekend and, ever true to form, NOTLers came out in the hundreds to

One survey predicts close race in NOTL riding

It’s election day in Ontario and at least one poll predicts a tight race in the Niagara Falls riding, which includes Niagara-on-the-Lake and Fort Erie. According to analysis by 338Canada, a polling website created

Virgil Stampede marks a happy spring of post-COVID life for NOTL kids

It went from blistering hot to pouring rain throughout the course of the long weekend. But there was one constant – people were having a blast at the Virgil Stampede.

“It is so nice to be back here after COVID,” Niagara-on-the-Lake resident Lisa Alfarano said after playing a fishing game with her two children.

Early provincial voting is open now

Advance polls are open until Saturday and the votes are already pouring in as the June 2 Ontario provincial election campaign draws to a close. The Niagara Falls riding, which includes Niagara-on-the-Lake and Fort

NOTL Ambassadors embrace rain and visitors

Sunday's rain and grey skies did nothing to dampen the spirits of the many people out on Queen Street. It was the perfect day for Niagara-on-the-Lake's Ambassadors to get out and interact with the

Doug Ford’s campaign steamrolls into NOTL

Progressive Conservative leader talks up Skyway twinning and makes pitch for Tories Doug Ford steamrolled into Niagara-on-the-Lake on Thursday morning — literally. Ford made a campaign stop at McNab Acres on Niagara Stone Road,

Queenston Art Show returns for 39th year

When the Queenston Art Show was last held in 2018, it was expected to be the end of a decades-long tradition. But four years on, residents of Queenston are once again preparing to

NOTLers are happy with tourism, survey finds

Short-term rentals are near the top of residents' concerns A random phone poll of 300 Niagara-on-the-Lake residents found 85 per cent feel the town can simultaneously be a great place to live and a great place for

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