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Spirit of Niagara celebrates community

The Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Spirit of Niagara Awards Tuesday, recognizing individuals and businesses for achievements and community contributions to Niagara-on-the-Lake.

UPDATED: A Valentines Day affair

Solmar and Two Sisters Resorts made a date with the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake this Valentine's Day. The two are now officially set to face off later this year in court. Two Sisters Resorts Corp. and

The Tribe of Seven: Brush Strokes

A group of seven local artists have banded together as the Tribe of Seven to showcase their art exhibit, Brush Stokes, in the rotary room at the NOTL public library between January and

New fire safety resources for local farmers

In an effort to reduce the risk of barn fires across Ontario, the provincial government has produced a new series of resources for local farmers on the ministry's website. The updated section on

Bottle drive to support local cadet programming

The 809 Newark Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron is calling out to Niagara-on-the-Lake residents to take part in a bottle drive on Jan. 12, 2019. The annual drive raises money to support cadet training and programming. “It’s

NOTL cadets celebrate 10th annual squadron dinner

The 809 Newark Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron held its 10th annual Squadron Mess Dinner at Grace United Church in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Wednesday to celebrate the year end. “It's a pretty dynamic group,” said Capt. Jody Lemoine,

New Years Day Levee at Navy Hall

Friends of Fort George and Parks Canada are inviting residents to join in celebrating the 29th annual New Year's Day Levee at Navy Hall on Jan. 1, 2019, from 3 p.m. to 4:30

NRPS is asking to give the gift of giving

Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) is once again encouraging residents to give the gift of giving this holiday season by taking part in its annual Holiday Toy and Food Drive. Gifts and food

Write for Rights marks Human Rights Day

The Niagara chapter of Amnesty International, alongside Lord Mayor Betty Disero and a group of supporters, was on hand Monday for the flag raising ceremony to mark Human Rights Day, Dec. 10, the

A carol to fight cancer

Carolling For Cancer enters its fifth annual holiday tradition with vocal quartets carolling door-to-door for donations to the Rankin Cancer Run over the three nights leading up to Christmas. Expect classics like, Joy

Free holiday parking in downtown STC

The City of St. Catharines and St. Catharines Downtown Association are offering free three-hour afternoon parking to encourage people to visit the downtown leading up to the holidays this December as part of


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