From the Globe and Mail:
Nik Wallenda walked his first tightrope when he was 2.
He’s bicycled 45 metres across a wire suspended 20 storeys high.
He even proposed to his wife on a high wire.
But the famed funambulist’s most hair-raising feat yet may be a political one: persuading g the embattled government agency overseeing Canada’s top tourist attraction to relax a century-old ban on stunts and green-light his life-long dream of walking across Niagara Falls.