From the Niagara Falls Review:
A U.S.-based animal advocacy group is questioning why an ad it placed on a Niagara Transit bus was removed last month.
Alex Lewis-Dorer, president of the anti-captivity group Fins and Fluke, said the ad was supposed to be displayed for the entire month of July, but was taken off the bus after three weeks.
The ad, with images of captive dolphins, beluga whales and orcas, stated “50 years ago corporations said smoking was safe.” A second caption read: “Science is speaking again on captivity. Don’t let it take another 50 years to listen.”
Mindful of a potential lawsuit, Lewis-Dorer said none of the photos were taken at Marineland in Niagara Falls.
From WGRZ Channel 2 in Buffalo (includes video):
For one night last year Nik Wallenda returned Niagara Falls to its past glory with his daredevil wire walk.
Now a source tells 2 On Your Side that Wallenda may return to the Falls next July, this time with his family’s acrobatic show to perform for up to six weeks during the height of the summer tourist season.
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