Last week I received the latest Entertainment Insider email newsletter from the Fallsview Casino Resort.
From the Sunday Times (UK): Niagara Falls, Ontario Go here: The king of Canadian spectacles, Niagara is a terrifying spectacle. (It’s actually not one but three falls, clustered around the Niagara Gorge; the two smaller cataracts are in the US, but the biggest, Horseshoe, is in Canada, and a roaring giant, 900m wide.)
From Niagara This Week: The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ordered Marineland to clean up its water and deal with health issues among specific animals, an OSPCA source told the Star. Until now the orders have been kept secret. There are a total of seven OSPCA orders — five to be [...]
From Canoe News: The Ontario SPCA has found no evidence of animal abuse at Marineland and no charges have been laid, according to a statement released by the marine-animal theme park Friday. Marineland issued a one-page summary reacting to what it says were the findings in an OSPCA report.
From the Toronto Star: The Ontario government has ordered Marineland to stop burying dead animals on its grounds immediately. The Ministry of the Environment gave the Niagara Falls tourist attraction a strict timetable to carry out a series of orders, which includes a comprehensive assessment by an environment firm of the entire park and interviews [...]
The Toronto Star has an interesting article where they share details of emails that Mayor Jim Diodati and his assistant sent back and forth and how they tried to craft their message about the Marineland crisis. It’s a case study in political spinning — the good and the bad. Last August, Niagara Falls, Ont., Mayor [...]