Niagara Falls

Jim Diodati: Running for Mayor of Niagara Falls

How would you summarize your political platform for the upcoming election? This next phase of council for me will be about following through on strategic priorities of council. Some of the big lofty goals take time, effort and persistence. Things like the new South Niagara Hospital will be the largest investment by the Province of …

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Buried History at Butler’s Burial Ground

Niagara-on-the-Lake is rich in history. It lies in every building, down every street, and at the end of every country lane. While much of this history is on full display for tourists to see, some of it is almost hidden from view, requiring some effort to unearth. Such is the case with Butler’s Burial Ground, …

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Cruising Niagara's Waterways

Cruising Niagara’s Waterways

Boasting one of the most captivating natural settings in Ontario, Niagara Region is home to a number of rich outdoor adventure landscapes awaiting those ready to fill their lungs with fresh air and venture out to discover. But the problem for many is: they’ve seen it. They have hiked the gorges. They have cycled the …

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WildPlay Niagara Falls

Niagara’s Favourite Outdoor Attractions! With 5 amazing outdoor attractions to choose from, WildPlay Niagara Falls has something for everyone. From the spectacular adrenaline-rushing Zipline rides to the base of the mighty Horseshoe Falls, to the family-friendly Whirlpool Adventure Course, an outdoor oasis of suspended obstacles and aerial games nestled in the quiet heart of the …

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Navy Hall

Overshadowed History at Navy Hall

Ontario is separated from the United States by the Niagara River that flows east between lakes Erie and Ontario, first through the mighty Niagara Falls and on below the cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment until it empties into Lake Ontario. At this strategic location, on the Canadian side, the British built military establishments to protect …

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