2016 NOTL Living Flag

About Special days in Niagara on the Lake with the traditional cake walk down Queen Street to Simcoe Park with my Grandson and family.

Bare BONE Open House Event – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

About BONE Structure®, a patented technology, has been changing the face of construction for houses and commercial buildings since 2005. The system’s light steel frame makes it possible to build on-site from the ground up within timelines that traditional methods cannot match.

Niagara on the Lake Aerial View of Historical Sites

About Showing some of the most spectacular historical buildings from Queenston Heights Park, Brock’s Monument, Fort George, Navy Hall, Fort Mississauga and the Town of Niagara on the Lake and many other interesting things to see in the Niagara region.

Niagara On The Lake Golf Course

About This well-manicured test of golf sits on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Ontario in the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.  Discover its rich history as you play the oldest golf course in North America, dating all the way back to 1875.

Junior Officer’s Quarters, Butler’s Barracks

About The Junior Commissariat Officer’s Quarters (c. 1816), is one of only four remaining 19th century military buildings that comprise Butler’s Barracks, a National Historic Site (NHS) owned and operated by Parks Canada, located in Niagara-on- the-Lake, Ontario. Butler’s Barracks, which was designated as a national historic site in 1963 (Parks Canada 2007 Management Plan:…

Fort Mississauga

About Fort Mississauga is a large, square, brick defensive tower set within the remains of earthworks on the shoreline of the Niagara River. Did you know that Fort Mississauga was declared a national historic site because of its important example of military construction within a military complex of national historic importance? The structure was started…

The Third Welland Canal

About The third Welland Canal took a more direct path from Port Dalhousie to Allanburg leaving behind the Twelve Mile Creek route. From Allanburg the canal continued to follow the previous path with the exception of bypassing many of the canal downtown community centers. Construction on the canal was completed in 1887. The third canal…

Queenston Heights Park

About This park was the site of the famous Battle of Queenston Heights in October of 1812, when Sir Isaac Brock fell while planning a charge on the American Forces. Commemorating the roles of both Laura Secord and Sir Isaac Brock in the War of 1812 are two memorials in this landscaped park on the Niagara…