by George Bailey

Caribbean Community Engagement in partnership with The Niagara Parks Commission present Niagara Caribbean Festival, an exciting new cultural festival set in the picturesque setting of Queen Victoria Park facing one of the world’s wonders –…

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by George Bailey

The Niagara Parks Commission have sent out request for proposals to the planning, architectural and landscape architectural community to help develop a new master plan for Queen Victoria Park. This new plan enlarges the original QVP which…

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by George Bailey

If you want to visit all that Niagara Falls has to offer and avoid paying parking fees, the WEGO bus system is the answer. This system operated by Niagara Falls Transit and The Niagara Parks Commission and has been in operation since…

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by George Bailey

If you want to taste the freshest peaches you’ll find anywhere drive the Niagara Parkway north from Niagara Falls to the lovely village of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Along the way you’ll be able to purchase from roadside stands not only peaches…

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by George Bailey

Niagara Falls, ON – “RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World” presents RUMBLE AT THE FALLS, offered by Rezolution Pictures in association with the Niagara Parks Commission and the First Ontario Performing Arts Centre. This signature live…

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by George Bailey

You couldn’t get anymore Canadian then to have a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer (RCMP) positioned at Table Rock with the Canadian Horseshoe Falls in the background. Both are most recognisable symbols of Canada. An officer of the…

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by George Bailey

Here’s something you might find of interest. The Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) had its beginning in Niagara Falls, New York. A number of electrochemical companies were located here in the late 1800’s just in time for the Pan-American…

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by George Bailey

The General Brock Hotel, built in July of 1929, was Niagara Falls first high-rise hotel. It consisted of eleven floors, towering above the landscape and boasted 20,000 square feet. It contained 247 bedrooms,50 cots,16 stores,290 telephones…

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by George Bailey

Niagara Falls is one of 19 national sites for a Canada 150 Art Installation. The display pays tribute to Canada’s 150 anniversary as a country. The massive 6-foot-high 36-foot-long aluminum sign located at the brink of the Canadian…

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by George Bailey

2017 marks Canada’s 150 th birthday and the Niagara Falls Oh Canada Eh ? Dinner Theatre celebrates all summer long with Canadian music, food and fun at their theatre located at 8585 Lundy’s Lane. During these two-hour shows, you’ll meet a…

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by George Bailey

About 20 of the top chefs in the world visited Niagara Falls yesterday. They were members of Le Club des Chefs, known as the ‘G20” of gastronomy”. To be a member of this exclusive club they have to be a personal chef and prepare meals or…

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by George Bailey

The Niagara Parks annual summer show is now on until September 15th. This years show is inspired by the natural vegetation and native plants found throughout Canada’s iconic natural landscapes, including birch, evergreens, and river rock…

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by George Bailey

One of Niagara Falls oldest attractions, The Journey behind the Falls at the brink of Table Rock in Niagara Falls will remain open in the evenings. This will be the first time since the attraction opened 128 years ago that the attraction…

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by George Bailey

Niagara’s Delicious Fruit Crop Visitors and locals are fortunate enough to have access to a wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables that grow in Niagara. Over 90% of Ontario’s tender fruit crop (peaches, pears, prunes, plums, sweet…

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by George Bailey

Visitors and locals alike will find plenty of things to do in Queenston Heights Park (14184 Niagara Parkway) 11 kilometres north of the falls. This is one of my favourite places to visit early in the morning. There’s plenty of free parking…

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