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    ‘Really lovely weather’ this fall

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Mother Nature should provide plenty of opportunities for those who enjoy taking in the fall colours this upcoming season, says a meteorologist with the Weather Network.

    “We’ll be able to take advantage of some really nice weather for doing those sort of activities,” said Nadine Powell.

    “I think that everyone will be happy, for the most part, with what fall has in store for us.”

    The Weather Network released its fall forecast on Wednesday, forecasting for the months of September, October and November.

    Powell said Niagara should experience close to seasonal temperatures this fall, while models are showing precipitation levels should be on par with the norm.

    Man suffers head injury in fall at Niagara Gorge

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    From Niagara This Week:

    A 54-year-old man was airlifted to a Toronto hospital after he left the trail and tried climbing the headwall at the Niagara Gorge and fell.

    Just after 7 p.m. Sunday, emergency responders were called to the Niagara Glen at 3050 Niagara Pkwy. in response to a 911 call.

    It was learned the man and his family were hiking in the Niagara Glen along the white trail system near the headwall by the metal staircase.

    Spotted: Your comments on the recent accident at Niagara Falls

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    From CBC News:

    At a Monday afternoon news conference, the Niagara Parks Police announced the search for a 19-year-old woman who fell into the Niagara River and was swept over the falls Sunday is being scaled back.

    The story was among the most widely read items on CBCNews.ca Monday, and generated lots of audience feedback. Here’s a sampling of what you had to say.

    The accident prompted some Community members to suggest a few ways to enhance safety at Niagara Falls.

    Read the article to find out what some of the comments on the CBC web site said about the safety around Niagara Falls.

    Nice photos of Niagara Falls in Autumn 2010

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    Yesterday I walked along the Niagara Parkway next to the Falls and in Queen Victoria Park. I took a bunch of pictures. It was overcast, so the sky doesn’t look great, but the colours of the leaves look good. I should have probably taken these a couple of weeks ago to get some more leaves on the trees, but I just didn’t think about it. Unfortunately, in the last couple of weeks we’ve had a lot of wind, so most of the leaves are off the trees now.

    You can see some of the thumbnails below, and the full versions in the Niagara Falls in Autumn 2010 gallery.

    Note: There were 3,241 images in 254 galleries/categories in the Niagara Falls Image Gallery at the time they were posted.




    Niagara Events Celebrate Fall in the Falls with Upcoming Marathon, Fall Foliage, & More

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    From a press release seen at Hospitality NET:

    Several very popular Niagara events happen this unexpected time of year from the Niagara Falls International Marathon to spectacular leaf peeping in the surrounding areas and Door Open Niagara, a tour of historical and architecturally significant attractions. Fall in Niagara Falls brings a slower pace, cooler air, and stunning fall foliage, providing the perfect timing for these seasonal events — all while popular attractions continue to thrill visitors.

    Hurry, Only 2 days left to book!

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    Yesterday I received the latest newsletter from the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls Fallsview.

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    To subscribe to the newsletter, fill out the form on the left-hand side of any page on the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls Fallsview web site.

    Celebrate a Suite Deal this Fall!

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    Last Thursday I received the latest newsletter from the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls Fallsview.

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    To subscribe to the newsletter, fill out the form on the left-hand side of any page on the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls Fallsview web site.

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