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Kevin MacLean

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Editorial: Another shot at defeating COVID

COVID-19 is a stubborn foe, as we all know from the turmoil we have endured over the past two years. Whenever we let down our collective guard during that time, the insidious virus

NOTL nursing home approved for major expansion

The Ontario government is expanding a Niagara-on-the-Lake nursing home as part of a program to modernize and expand six long-term care homes in Niagara and Hamilton. The Niagara Long Term Care Residence on Wellington Street

Niagara MP on Putin’s list of banned Canadians

Niagara Falls MP Tony Baldinelli and all his parliamentary colleagues have been banned from visiting Russia under a decree by President Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader's announcement banning a total of 313 prominent Canadians came

Editorial: Reflections and a look ahead

Remember more than 700 days ago, when life as we thought was normal shut down for what many figured would be a few weeks to “crush the curve” of COVID-19? Remember how hesitant

Editorial: Honoured to represent NOTL

Nearly four years ago, when The Lake Report started, our main goal was to tell the stories of the people of Niagara-on-the-Lake and bring readers all the news that is important and relevant

Jack Shrubb, 79, led junior golf program

But for a degenerative bone condition when he was a youngster, Jack Shrubb might have had a professional career in baseball or basketball, his daughter says. Shrubb, who died in Niagara-on-the-Lake last week

Editorial: Community lends a hand

In the aftermath of the latest “snowstorm of the century” – or at least the biggest one in a few years – we saw heartwarming evidence all around Niagara-on-the-Lake (and beyond) of people helping

Editorial: Around and around

We love roundabouts. They are safe, efficient and keep traffic moving. Anyone who has driven in Europe or the United Kingdom knows that roundabouts (aka traffic circles) are everywhere. Because they work. North

Editorial: Positive reflections

As we hunker down in the midst of a January cold snap, with COVID lockdown measures again wreaking havoc with our lives and businesses, and Omicron making many leery of even running an

Editorial: Another COVID lockdown

Happy new year – and welcome back to 2021. Or so it seems. Twelve months ago at this time we were in the midst of a COVID tsunami. And we're right back there

Pharmacy can’t meet demand for COVID vaccinations

More staff needed as government makes more people eligible for shots   Sean Simpson needs help. The Niagara-on-the-Lake pharmacist has plenty of COVID vaccine available for boosters, kids jabs and people needing first