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Pictured here is a mural outside of Happy Jack's. The front windows were boarded up during the lockdown phase of the Covid-19 pandemic and a mural was begun by local artist Tom Prow.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses, particularly those in the south end, were the targets of vandalism. Some businesses, such as Happy Jack's, took preventative measures by boarding up their windows ahead of vandalism.

Pictured here are plaques marking the location of Bertie Ferry Landing and indicating other ferry landing spots in town. The markers stand on the east side of Niagara Boulevard between Nicholl's Marine and Ming Teh Restaurant and directly across from…

During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, parks and trails were closed to the public to promote social distancing measures. Pictured here is a sign at a parking lot along the Niagara River, near the foot of Catharine street, where people like…

During the acute phase of the Covid 19 pandemic, the Ontario government prohibited gatherings of more than five people and restaurants could serve only takeout/delivery/drive thru. Pictured here is a notice at Southsides on Niagara Boulevard that…

During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, boat ramps were closed to keep boats off the water. Pictured here is a 'Closed by Police Order' on the boat ramp by Nicholl's Marine on Niagara Boulevard.

During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, non-essential businesses were ordered to close temporarily. Pictured here is Sessions on the River, a recording studio on Niagara Boulevard.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, gatherings of more than five people were banned during the acute phase, which meant in-person church services could not convene. Churches everywhere turned to the Internet to stream their services and keep their…

Pictured here is the lot where Willson's Brokerage once stood on Walnut Street. It operated there until the late 1990s when owner William F Willson relocated much of the operation working in that building to Mississauga.

Pictured here is St. Andrew's Knox Presbyterian Church, located on the west side of Central Avenue, near Highland.
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