Niagara Falls: A tale of two countries
From the Centre Daily Times:
New York State is one of few places where you don’t necessarily travel north to get to Canada.
A chunk of Southern Ontario actually lies south and west of the Empire State, making the nickname “True North” more of a quip.
And if you make it to Niagara Falls, you can find yourself in two places at once — a phrase that may seem like an oxymoron, but something that is, in fact, possible.
Niagara Falls is a collective name for three waterfalls that intersect the International Boundary Line in New York State and Ontario, Canada.
It’s also the name of the cities where the falls lie.