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Growing Together: For best results, follow the science behind pruning

To prune or not to prune? One of the first chores that we attack in our gardens each spring is pruning, but I find most...

Anatomy of a rainbow crosswalk: Why does it cost so much?

The Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has budgeted $15,000 for a Pride crosswalk in town, and some NOTL residents are wondering why the project comes with...

Niagara Health reopens drive-through COVID testing centre

Niagara Health has reopened its COVID-19 drive-through assessment centre at the St. Catharines hospital due to an increase in demand for testing. The centre is in...

Music Niagara hosts Brahms-inspired Oktoberfest series

Music Niagara is launching Brahms Oktoberfest, an innovative new pillar of the festival's programming, targeted at diverse music lovers across the region, province and beyond. The stirring, expressive...

Letter: Column about Parliament Oak hit the mark

Dear editor: I have just finished reading Brian Marshall’s July 1 Arch-i-text column twice, concerning the Parliament Oak site and what is proposed for its development, "Parliament Oak questions." I...

Letter: Bylaw officers could soften up their ‘look’

Dear editor: As a global, philosophical, necessary conversation rages on regarding the future role and look of policing, please permit me to make a very...

COVID-19: Dr. Brown: Anti-viral drugs could be the answer

Dr. William Brown Special to The Lake Report My article on COVID-19 last week was about the importance of achieving herd immunity in the majority of the...

Letter: B&B reopening must be gradual and orderly

The following is a letter sent to The Lake Report and short-term rental operators in Niagara-on-the-Lake by NOTL Bed & Breakfast Association president David Levesque. As...

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