Niagara Falls

I know I posted about this yesterday, but this article has more details. From the National Post: New York officials are considering temporarily turning some of Niagara Falls into a trickle. Plans to replace two 115-year-old pedestrian bridges could involve shutting down the water flowing over one section of the falls by building a temporary […]

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Graham on January 27th, 2016

From the Niagara Falls Review: Niagara Falls will be a highlighted location on The Weather Channel’s upcoming It’s Amazing Out There winter tour. The two-day tour is all about discovering the “beauty and amazement” winter brings throughout North America. Meteorologists and officials from the Atlanta-based channel are scheduled to visit attractions such as Journey Behind […]

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Graham on January 27th, 2016

From the Niagara Falls Review: The possibility of the American Falls going dry for the first time in 47 years isn’t a concern to the Niagara Parks Commission. In fact, it may create a tourism boom. “I think it would have a positive impact,” says Parks chairwoman Janice Thomson, reacting to reports the New York […]

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Graham on January 6th, 2016

From Niagara Falls Review: With Queen Victoria Park filling up and fireworks about to go off, Alan Doyle took a moment to soak it all in New Year’s Eve. The former Great Big Sea singer was making his fourth appearance at the annual concert, and it’s among his favourite gigs. “I always think of Niagara […]

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Graham on January 6th, 2016

From Niagara Falls Review: When October and November are “banner months” for a prime tourist attraction — and not the typical July and August — you know you’ve had a good year. “We’ve enjoyed a very solid year. The fall season has been especially good, with October and November being banner months for us,” said […]

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Graham on December 23rd, 2015

Last week I received the latest email newsletter from the Clifton Hill Resort. You can subscribe to the Clifton Hill Resort Update newsletter by visiting the Clifton Hill Newsletter page.

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From Niagara This Week: Four new homes have earned a place on the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Light’s Sparkle Lighting Awards list of top residential light displays in the city. The awards are an annual competition that recognizes the best residential and commercial property holiday light displays in Niagara Falls. Participants are judged […]

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Graham on December 21st, 2015

The other day I came across a couple of nice Niagara Falls videos that were on Shutterstock. They all have a “shutterstock” watermark on the videos, so they are meant to be purchased. But I still thought it would be good to share the link. You can start at http://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-13214060-stock-footage-niagara-falls-canada-december-clifton-hill-tourist-area-in-niagara-falls-ontario-in-the.html to see some of them. Of course […]

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From a MarketWired press release: Few things evoke the holidays as powerfully as a good lights display. And the Winter Festival of Lights at Niagara Falls is about as spectacular as they come. Boasting more than 3 million lights and 125 animated displays, this annual event, now in its 33rd year, will attract thousands of […]

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