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VIDEO: 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 photo here, view our 12-page special section here

Fort George hosts two March Break programs

Families can join Parks Canada and the Friends of Fort George for two special March Break programs next week. There’s a Children’s Tea Party on March 15 at 1 p.m. and a presentation called the History

PHOTO GALLERY: When NOTL freezes over

Ice blanketed Niagara-on-the-Lake last week during a Wednesday night storm. Though the storm wasn’t as bad as predicted, many driveways were covered in snow and ice. Here are some photos from around town.

Fog Frames Brock’s Monument

Brock’s Monument perched high above Queenston is shrouded in a foggy mist early on a February afternoon while the Mackenzie Printery basks in sunlight. GAIL KENDALL

NOTL women entrepreneurs talk business

A group of 20 NOTL business women met up at the Old Winery last Thursday for the first-ever Evening for Women in Business. Helle Brodie, founder of the event, said the goal is

PHOTO GALLERY: A fresh snowfall blankets NOTL

While Wednesday’s snowstorm didn’t live up to the forecast some weather watchers had predicted, a few Niagara-on-the-Lake residents still got outside to make the most of what covered the ground. Our photographers hit

Queen Street Christmas

This Christmas card of Queen Street shows former businesses Monika’s Coffees and the Greenbacks store. The former Customs House, c. 1825, is on the right. The Customs House was where the paperwork for

NOTL writer publishes his first mystery novel

A Niagara-on-the-Lake writer has drawn on his years as a thoroughbred horse groom and as a journalist to produce his first mystery novel. “The Pale Horse,” by Old Town resident T. Lawrence Davis,

Peeling potatoes at Niagara Camp, Second World War

This photograph features David Seitz and Bill O’Brien peeling potatoes for the troops at Niagara Camp here in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Here I thought peeling potatoes for my Irish brood was exhausting. Imagine peeling potatoes


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