Niagara Falls News

From WIVB Channel 4 in Buffalo: It’s been one year since Governor Andrew Cuomo touted the “Wonder Falls” project set to revamp downtown Niagara Falls. The $150 million project is called “the biggest private sector development in the Niagara Falls in a generation.” Wonder Falls is one of the major Niagara Falls developments set for […]

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From a PR Web press release: Located inside the Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls-Fallsview hotel, the Rainbow Room by Massimo Capra offers a spectacular fine-dining experience directly overlooking Niagara Falls. The restaurant offers an Italian style menu that showcases fresh ingredients from throughout the Niagara Region and an extensive wine list that features wines from many […]

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Graham on September 1st, 2015

This is an old article, but the flow of visitors certainly seemed to continue through the whole summer. From the Niagara Falls Review: Niagara’s two casinos are cashing in thanks to a weaker Canadian dollar and more Americans crossing the border. “Business was solid April through June,” said Greg Medulun, director of communications for Fallsview […]

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From Buffalo Business First: A vote by the Toronto City Council to support a massive gambling expansion at the Woodbine Racetrack could have a chilling economic impact on a pair of casinos in Niagara Falls, Ont. and effectively wipe out any hope of slots returning to Fort Erie Racetrack. The council vote is one of […]

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From WGRZ Channel 2 in Buffalo: Wayne Thomson can remember exactly where he was when he heard the province of Ontario was considering a law to allow casino gambling at two border towns. “At first I was skeptical,” the former mayor and current councillor of Niagara Falls, Ont. said. The Canadian resort city was eventually […]

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Graham on July 16th, 2015

From Niagara This Week: It is hoped a display of some tiny creations will be a big hit with visitors to Ripley’s Believe It of Not! Odditorium. Several micro sculptures by renowned artist Willard Wigan are now on display at the Clifton Hill attraction. “This is the smallest exhibit we have now,” said Ripley’s manager […]

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Graham on July 16th, 2015

From the Niagara Gazette: The imprint left by the career of Paul Gromosiak can be found across the world, from the knowledge of tourists who have taken home his books to the advances of the city of Niagara Falls which might not have happened without him. On Friday morning he was honored for his life’s […]

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Graham on July 15th, 2015

From the Niagara Falls Review: As a young boy, Nikola Tesla saw an image of the Horseshoe Falls in a travel book and told his uncle he wanted to put a wheel under the falls to harness the power of the moving water. A bronze statue of the brilliant inventor has stood guard at the […]

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Graham on July 15th, 2015

From the Toronto Star: Since its inception in 1867, Canada has welcomed newcomers from all walks of life, although perhaps less enthusiastically in recent years. As millions prepare to celebrate the country’s July 1 birthday, here are some things that immigrants and visitors have to try while in the great white north… 4. Visit Niagara […]

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