by George Bailey

Have you ever heard of Niagara Spar? I have on my desk beside me a chunk of this spar. This rock at one time was taken in large quantities in the mid eighteen hundreds from below and behind the Canadian Horseshoe Falls .Entrepreneurs…

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by George Bailey

The Niagara Parks are holding a, “Hoot for the Holidays Sky-Hunter Owl Exhibit” at their Butterfly Conservatory each Saturday now until January 2, 2016 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. David and Kim Gibson and their two twin daughters Sarah and…

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by George Bailey

One of the new features in this year’s Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights are the laser light shows that take place on Lundy’s Lane. Every Friday and Saturday there are three 15-minute laser light shows starting at6 p.m.,…

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by aspruijt

ENZO is an artist working primarily out of Niagara and Toronto but with projects everywhere from Buffalo to Montreal. Producing murals and signage on commission has allowed Enzo to be involved in voluntary creative projects in and around…

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by George Bailey

To honour the sacrifice and contributions made by veterans and current service personnel in both the United States and Canada the falls on Wednesday, November 11th (known as Remembrance Day in Canada and Armistice Day in the United States)…

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by George Bailey

It was 50 years ago today on November 9, 1965 at 5:16 p.m. that a minor switch at the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station in Queenston triggered a massive electrical failure that paralyzed the north-eastern United States and large areas of…

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by George Bailey

The Jolly Cut is a rustic pathway that is located at the foot of Robinson Street near the Skylon in Niagara Falls. When you descent the pathway you enter Queen Victoria Park opposite the American Falls. The story is that many years ago…

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by George Bailey

Niagara’s, “Street of Fun”, Clifton Hill is in for big changes. It was recently announced an older hotel, the 185-room Comfort Inn which opened in the 1950’s, will be torn down and replaced with something new. Other attractions and…

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