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Jill Troyer

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Innovation in wine country: Tremendous progress

  Niagara-on-the-Lake is synonymous with vineyards and wineries – they are an integral part of our landscape, our identity and our economy.  “Ripe, robust, remarkable” is how the Winery and Grower Alliance of Ontario

Cannabis business faces bumpy road one year in

The cannabis business in Canada is facing falling stock prices, revenue shortfalls, staff layoffs and senior management shakeups as the industry shakes down, painting a portrait of a sector in upheaval, one year into legalization.  

Summer Activities

Summer camps of all kinds abound for children, but there are also lots of ways that adults can amuse or improve themselves this summer in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Sometimes daily life in the summertime can

Sand sucker lives on as dive wreck

The photo of the sand sucker ship published in Jim Smith’s Exploring Photos column in The Lake Report last month prompted one of our readers to share an interesting story about one specific sand sucker

Costumes Come Alive for The Horse and His Boy

The characters and creatures of Narnia are coming to life under the talented hands of the cutters and seamstresses in the Shaw Festival costume department. A quiet energy hums through the room, sewing

Local cyclist in Italy for gruelling races

Jenny Brown is a friendly and familiar face to regulars at the gym at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre, as a coach and trainer, but she won’t be found there for several days in

Niagara residents can help improve recycling

New statistics for 2018 show Niagara residents put out 38,000 metric-tonnes of recycling material in their blue and grey boxes last year, including many types of paper and plastic products and packaging. According

Friday morning cold allows for icewine harvest

Mother Nature gave winemakers a window of weather cold enough to harvest some grapes for icewine very early this morning in Niagara. Mattias Oppenlaender, chair of the Ontario Grape Growers said the temperature