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Farmworker Hub opens doors to new social space

Sunday afternoon the Niagara-on-the-Lake Farmworker Hub’s social space opened for the first time and welcomed workers to a place for rest and relaxation.  Director Julia Buxton-Cox was excited about what the new space will

NOTLers can help plant two billion trees

Niagara-on-the-Lake residents could have the opportunity to add more greenery to the community with the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority’s Trees For All planting partnership.  The partnership invites landowners across the Niagara Peninsula to

Arts: Music festival competition returns to NOTL

This year’s Niagara Festival of the Performing Arts is returning to St. Davids-Queenston United Church and the Yellow Door Theatre in Virgil with the introduction of strings and speech arts as part of the

Arts: Drag performers earn ovations at Ironwood

Queens and Ciders show welcomed warmly, unlike protests earlier in Welland   Drag performers got a much different welcome in Niagara-on-the-Lake than a similar show received in Welland. During a drag brunch at Welland’s

Celebrating the women of NOTL

This story is one in a package to celebrate the women of Niagara-on-the-Lake for International Women’s Day. Find a video of the making of the event here, view our 12-page special section here

Library series aims to help us ‘Learn & Live’

The popular “Learn & Live: Enriched Living For All Ages” series is returning to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library, starting off with sessions focused on living well. You can learn more about the town

A happy birthday and a chance to help farmworkers

Advocate Kit Andres hosts mutual aid event to welcome seasonal staff   For farmworker advocate Kit Andres, birthday #37 was the perfect opportunity to help out the seasonal workers now arriving in Niagara-on-the-Lake.


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