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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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Heavily armed police arrest and then release suspect after report of gun at NOTL home

Editor's note: An earlier online version of this story said the police activity centred around a newly constructed home at 540 Simcoe St. However, that was incorrect. The police...

Niagara-on-the-Lake ranks second in Canada as Tripadvisor destination

And the people have spoken.  Niagara-on-the-Lake has been honoured with Tripadvisor's 2023 Travelers’ Choice "Best...

The Monuments Men: Part 32: James Rennie was killed in Battle of Amiens

It’s been a century since Niagara-on-the-Lake’s iconic clock tower cenotaph was erected. Then, in...

What’s under the hood? A look at NOTL’s new ‘net zero’ property

Listed at $4.6 million, the house on 28 Cottage St. in Niagara-on-the-Lake is not...

Native centre’s former manager says he was silenced by board boss

Turbulence and unrest continues to plague the Niagara Regional Native Centre in Niagara-on-the-Lake after...

Heavily armed police arrest and then release suspect after report of gun at NOTL home

Editor's note: An earlier online version of this story said the police activity centred around a newly constructed home at 540 Simcoe St. However,...

Niagara-on-the-Lake ranks second in Canada as Tripadvisor destination

And the people have spoken.  Niagara-on-the-Lake has been honoured with Tripadvisor's 2023 Travelers’ Choice "Best of the Best" Popular Destination in Canada award.  This award doesn’t...

The Monuments Men: Part 32: James Rennie was killed in Battle of Amiens

It’s been a century since Niagara-on-the-Lake’s iconic clock tower cenotaph was erected. Then, in 1926, the Township of Niagara unveiled its own memorial in Queenston. In...

What’s under the hood? A look at NOTL’s new ‘net zero’ property

Listed at $4.6 million, the house on 28 Cottage St. in Niagara-on-the-Lake is not exactly a candidate for the pageant of Canada’s most affordable...

Native centre’s former manager says he was silenced by board boss

Turbulence and unrest continues to plague the Niagara Regional Native Centre in Niagara-on-the-Lake after multiple resignations turned its board of directors into a skeleton...

‘Free February’ is back at NOTL Museum

Barbara Worthy Special to The Lake Report While February can sometimes be the coldest month of the year, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum is offering the warmest of...

Neighbours unhappy with revised plan for 41-unit apartment building

Height, character and traffic are among residents' concerns   Residents of a Niagara-on-the-Lake neighbourhood say they are alarmed to see a development proposal being reconsidered after...

Thousands of seasonal agricultural workers arrive in Ontario

Migrant workers hired under the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program have started to arrive from the Caribbean and Mexico to help Niagara farmers. About 3,000 seasonal...

Residents get a glimpse of Glendale’s future

They say Rome wasn’t built in a day. And Glendale won’t be either. Residents of Glendale are still a long way from seeing a fully...

Rooftop tower at Niagara College helps track at-risk wild birds

Tracking wildlife just got a whole lot easier at Niagara College. The Motus Tower Project at Niagara College's Daniel J. Patterson Campus in Niagara-on-the-Lake is...

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...

Future St. Davids subdivision prompts worries from Dyck Lane residents

Some St. Davids residents are at odds with plans for a new subdivision on Tanbark Road which they fear could affect their access to...

Week 2 of Battle of the Bands competition rocks Irish Harp

The Battle of the Bands at the Irish Harp Pub returned for a second night on Monday with performances from New Rising Sun and...

100-year-old veteran honoured with quilt at Legion

John Wickabrod is a 100-year-old veteran with a passion for potatoes, gardening and a love of animals.  In honour of his service, NOTLer Leslie Moulson...

Initial icewine weekend is a wintry wonderland

Whether you come to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Icewine Festival for the drinks, the food, the history or the sights, the festival’s first weekend had it...

Geological oddities a hit at Kids Rock Club

Christmas came again for the Kids Rock Club. For their first meeting of 2023, the club led by Francesca (Ms Fran) and Nicholas Sorrenti, was...

Fireworks, wine and food celebrate return of Icewine Festival

Sparkling, ice and everything nice. Friday night's Sparkle & Ice Gala at the old Court House in Niagara-on-the-Lake kicked off the Icewine Festival in true...

Entertainment: Rod Stewart brings worldwide tour to Niagara

On the heels of booking Billy Joel to christen the new OLG Stage at Fallsview Casino, the venue is bringing Rod Stewart to Niagara...

Region holds info session Wednesday evening on Niagara Stone Road construction plan

Niagara Stone Road in Virgil is getting a facelift and residents can learn more about the work being done before the shovels hit the...

Niagara advocate pushing region to declare emergency on mental health, homelessness

After four years of trying in vain, an advocate from Niagara is hoping to convince regional council to declare homelessness, mental health and addiction public...

A busy week as NOTL Youth Collective’s winter program begins

Air hockey, pool and basketball … what more could a kid want? About 13 young people showed up at Cornerstone Community Church for the NOTL...

NOTL critical of new housing law; Bill 23 could cost town $1M, staff warns ministry

Council finally agrees on response, but administrators sent their own letter to province in November   After discussions at three separate meetings – and two months...

A pilgrimage back to the stage: NOTL musician to perform for first time in years

After suffering injuries and not being able to play his instrument, professional pianist Paul Tobey is making his comeback performance at the TD Niagara...

Drop-in event Saturday collects items to welcome seasonal farmworkers to NOTL

This year, seasonal farmworker advocate Kit Andres is celebrating their birthday in a different way — by holding a drive-up mutual aid event.  From 3...

Discovery Pass gives NOTL a taste of Icewine Festival

From end-to-end, NOTL is overflowing with wineries offering delicious icewines. On any given day it would be impossible to drink your way through them all,...

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