Uncorking the economic potential of St. Catharines–Niagara Falls

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    Here is an interesting article from Reed Construction Data about developments in the Niagara region:

    For anyone who hasn’t visited Niagara Falls in a decade or so, the most astonishing initial sight is skyscrapers rising into the clouds to the east of the Queen Elizabeth Way.

    The city has changed dramatically, with luxury high-rise hotels juxtaposed against the ground-hugging carnival attractions on Clifton Hill.
    A trip to the region remains a delight for every age bracket.

    3 Responses to “Uncorking the economic potential of St. Catharines–Niagara Falls”

    1. Sorry if this is totally the wrong post to ask on but is the Blue Moose Mining Co. still in business?? Would love to bring my daughter!

      • I’m not sure about the “mining” part (where you sift the bags of dirt for gems), but the souvenir shop is still around.

        Blue Moose on Clifton Hill

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