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PHOTOS: A rainy mid-July for Niagara-on-the-Lake

The town was hit with the lingering effects of Hurricane Beryl this week, which covered much of southern Ontario in heavy rainstorm. 

Striking LCBO workers hit the picket line in NOTL

Striking LCBO workers were out in force on Sunday, July 7 in Niagara-on-the-Lake. A small but vocal group of employees from NOTL and Niagara Falls...

PHOTO GALLERY: Canada Day fun and celebrations all across NOTL

Niagara-on-the-Lake was the place to be this Canada Day weekend, with the streets of Old Town filled to the brim for all the holiday festivities. 

Residents want library board to commit to neutrality

Cathy Simpson may not be returning to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library, but some residents say their battle for library neutrality — meaning, the right of library patrons to access books that express multiple, even opposing viewpoints — is far from over. 

National Indigenous Peoples Day in NOTL was all about friendship and togetherness

The Niagara Regional Native Centre celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21 with an open-door approach where visitors were expected to simply enjoy a...

Tree at site of fatal car crashes cut down by region

The notorious Lakeshore Road tree at the site of two deadly car crashes has been taken down.  Safe Tree Ltd., a tree removal service, arrived...

Controversial Parliament Oak hotel approved in close vote

Despite pleas from residents opposed to it, Niagara-on-the-Lake councillors approved a developer's controversial plan to build a 129-room hotel on the site of the old Parliament Oak school.

Town seeks new inductees for Sports Wall of Fame

The town of Niagara-on-the-Lake is calling on residents to submit nominations for both local athletes who've made outstanding achievements, as well as trainers, coaches, officials or executive members who have dedicated time to enhancing the sporting community.

Code Grey: Lack of urgent care options in NOTL a big concern, residents say

“Code Grey” is one in a series of stories in The Lake Report about health care in Niagara Region. In hospital parlance, “Code Grey”...

Get your summer cool on at NOTL’s splash pad, pools and other outdoor facilities

There will be plenty of opportunities to stay cool and get active — or both — this summer in Niagara-on-the-Lake, with pools and outdoor...

Rural tragedy: NOTL man, 85, dead after minivan submerged in pond following crash

An 85-year-old Niagara-on-the-Lake man is dead after the minivan he was driving collided with an SUV and landed in a pond in a rural...

Council approves Hummel plan for four-storey hotel in Old Town

Councillors passed a controversial bylaw Tuesday night to make way for the creation of an 81-room hotel in Old Town. The new bylaw permits land...

Workplace injury pay now applies to foreign workers even if they return to their home country

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board’s new measures to help foreign agricultural workers recover from an on-the-job-injury is a good move, but doesn’t go far...

80 years later, songs of the D-Day era will ring out in NOTL

Niagara-on-the-Lake’s St. Mark’s Anglican Church will be the setting for a commemorative event produced by local amateur historians who will recount the horrors and...

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