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Kevin MacLean

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Editorial: Fine designs deserving of accolades

Good design is important. Whether it’s a building, landscaping or parkland, an artful public display – even how the news is presented on the printed or virtual page – engaging, thoughtful, impactful design

Editorial: Making a difference in the community

Like Niagara-on-the-Lake, our community food bank and thrift store is growing, changing and moving with the times. Newark Neighbours has always been associated with Old Town – and even draws its name from

Editorial: A collective community effort

From the outside looking in, it has been remarkable to watch the development and planning of what is now known as the NOTL Youth Collective. It began years ago as the seed of

Editorial: A new beginning, a new council

New beginnings. A clean slate. A fresh start. New opportunities. High expectations. A new Niagara-on-the-Lake town council was sworn in Tuesday night, with fully half of the eight councillors being new faces, rookies

Editorial: Airing some dirty laundry

Farming is a tough business. Long, long hours, back-breaking work, many large expenses over which you have little control. Plus there are rules and regulations imposed by various levels of government, and you’re

Lake Report wins 30 awards in national competition

The Lake Report has been honoured by the Canadian Community Newspaper Association with 30 national awards for journalism excellence, more than any other publication in the country. The awards, announced Monday, Nov. 14,

Editorial: More than an act of vandalism

Perhaps it was inevitable. One rainbow bench installed, one case of vandalism. The fact Niagara-on-the-Lake’s lone (so far) rainbow bench has been defaced by vandals is not a surprise. It’s just disappointing. Some

Editorial: A successful first step

Anyone grow up in a small town or have friends or relatives who did? We all probably can answer that one in the affirmative. For young people growing up in Niagara-on-the-Lake – and,

Development freeze was illegal, top court rules

Appeal court orders town to pay Hummel’s legal costs   Niagara-on-the-Lake council acted illegally in 2018 when it ordered a freeze on development in Old Town, the province’s highest court has ruled. The


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