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Sand and History: Niagara’s Impressive New Exhibit

Written and Photographed by: Megan Pasche You can see them towering high into the air as you enter the room, and the closer you get, the more detail you see, and the harder it is to believe that these creations are made out of sand. 6, 622, 517 pounds of it to be precise. The …

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Locally Grown Superfoods: Niagara’s Bounty

By: Megan Pasche Superfoods have become a bit of a buzzword in the last little while, but that doesn’t negate the fact that they are called that for a reason: they are foods that are said to have extraordinary health benefits and that are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. A lot of times, you …

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Locally Grown Superfoods: Niagara’s Bounty

By: Megan Pasche Superfoods have become a bit of a buzzword in the last little while, but that doesn’t negate the fact that they are called that for a reason: they are foods that are said to have extraordinary health benefits and that are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. A lot of times, you …

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Things That Go Bump in the Niagara Night…

Written and Photographed by: Megan Pasche Ghost stories scare and fascinate me all at the same time, and the ghosts of Niagara-on-the-Lake are no exception. Whenever I sign up to head out on a ghost tour, I am usually feeling a combination of fear and anticipation. For something that I find fairly terrifying, I seem …

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World Wonder: How Niagara became “The Falls”

By Mariana Bockarova Along the international border between Canada’s Ontario and the American state of New York lies Niagara Falls — a remarkable natural wonder celebrated by millions. The renowned Falls is an astonishing arrangement of multiple waterfalls, comprised of the Horseshoe Falls, found on the Canadian side, which are 2,600 feet (792 m) wide …

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