Today is Ontario’s first “Family Day”. This is a new statutory holiday to honour the family. As I posted the other day, the feeling is this has been good for business. Friday was a beautiful, clear day, and there were a surprising number of people around. Yesterday and today has been kind of rainy and [...]
Nothing earth-shattering here, but the Montana’s sign that is perpendicular to the restaurant (so you can see it as you’re driving down the street) isn’t there right now. I guess it is being fixed or replaced.
From the Niagara Falls Review: Marriage can be a frightening prospect for any young couple. But Dante Aleman and Leah Eason laughed in the face of fear, choosing to tie the knot at the House of Frankenstein, one of Clifton Hill’s iconic tourist attractions. “We love horror movies and haunted houses,” the groom explained, while [...]
From the Niagara Falls Review: Ground hasn’t even broken on Niagara’s convention centre, but it’s already drumming up business. City and regional officials want to land the 2014 annual general meeting of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities as one of its first big events. That convention usually attracts 4,000 delegates. “The revenues to the municipality [...]