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    Rink at the Brink gets go ahead to promote partnership with TD

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Rink at the Brink will be allowed to promote its financial sponsorship with Toronto Dominion bank when the outdoor ice surface near the Horseshoe Falls opens next week.

    During a special meeting Friday morning, Niagara Parks commissioners approved a request from the Winter Festival of Lights for permission to erect temporary signs bearing the TD/Rink at the Brink logo.

    During a meeting earlier in the week, some commissioners expressed concerns about setting a precedent by allowing third-party corporate signs on NPC property for an extended period of time.

    Signage could be a kink for Rink at the Brink

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Niagara Parks commissioners may be about to throw a kink in plans for the Rink at the Brink.

    On Monday, commissioners voiced their concerns about a request from the Winter Festival of Lights to erect signs and banners near the outdoor rink near Table Rock promoting the Toronto Dominion bank as this year’s title sponsor.

    With less than two weeks until opening day, commissioners, who expressed concerns about setting a precedent opening the NPC up to criticism, put the request on hold pending receipt of additional information from parks staff .

    Festival stretched an extra three weeks

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    The 28th annual CAA Winter Festival of Lights will be brighter, larger and most definitely longer.

    This year’s event will stretch an extra three weeks, running Nov. 6 to Jan. 31 to accommodate holiday-weary visitors who don’t have time to visit during the Christmas rush.

    In addition, the festival’s scenic route along the Niagara Parkway will now extend down to Queen St. with a new district called Santa’s Village. In addition to the 125 light displays and three million individual lights, it makes this Canada’s largest lights festival, and among the largest in North America.

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