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Wapta Falls Hike or Snowshoe in Winter

In the winter a Wapta Falls hike or snowshoe makes for a delightful half day outing. It’s a longer hike in the winter since you basically start from the Trans-Canada Highway, so you must add a few kilometres to reach the summer trailhead. If you’re staying in the Field – Golden corridor, or you have a few hours to spare while you’re driving between Golden and Calgary, I would encourage you to do the hike.  We opted for snowshoes on the Wapta Falls hike but even with as much snow as you see in th...
Tags: Travel, Hiking, Time, Canada, John, British Columbia, Calgary, Parks Canada, Yoho National Park, Niagara, Charlie, Kelowna, Trans Canada, Trans Canada Highway, Highway 95, Emerald Lake Lodge


Artpark – Director of Development

Organization Artpark is both a park and a cultural institution located on the Niagara Gorge in Western New York. A collaboration between the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation and the cultural nonprofit institution Artpark & Company, Artpark serves as a cultural ecosystem that presents a diverse multidisciplinary program in the performing and visual arts. Artpark’s mix of indoor and outdoor venues provides a unique opportunity to experience the direct conne...
Tags: Art, New York, Jobs, Wikipedia, New York City, Global, Toronto, Development, Canada, Microsoft Office, Rochester, Ira, Buffalo, Omega, Niagara Falls, Niagara


Summaries Sunday: Supreme Advocacy

One Sunday each month we bring you a summary from Supreme Advocacy LLP of recent decisions at the Supreme Court of Canada. Supreme Advocacy LLP offers a weekly electronic newsletter, Supreme Advocacy Letter, to which you may subscribe. It’s a summary of all Appeals, Oral Judgments and Leaves to Appeal granted from October 21 to November 17, 2021 inclusive. Appeals Criminal Law: Parties to Offences; Issue Estoppel R. v. Cowan, 2020 SKCA 77, 2021 SCC 45 (39301) The trial judge committed an erro...
Tags: Law, Court, Court of appeal, Grant, British Columbia, Griffin, Ottawa, Antigua, Manitoba, Adams, Reilly, Niagara, Sinclair, Richardson, Superior Court, Dingwall


Watch: the amazing prophecy of Niagara Falls artist Isaiah Robertson

Rivers of Fire and Redemption is a 20 minute video that gives a look into the vision of Isaiah Robertson (1947-2020), a deeply religious man who built an incredible house in Niagara falls. Robertson said that God told him to build the house, which is completely covered in abstract, psychedelic looking shapes and colors. — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Video, News, Niagara Falls, Niagara, Robertson, Isaiah Robertson


Braided loaf with Sharbati atta, matcha coconut loaves and other bakes

Braided loaf with Sharbati atta, matcha coconut loaves and other bakes Submitted by Kistida on August 27, 2021 - 8:11am. Hey everyone, It's been very HOT lately! I'm so glad August is almost over and the weather is getting slightly cooler. On our way home from Niagara, we stopped by a branch of Panchvati for some Indian snacks and sweets. I left with a bag of Sharbati atta and murukku. I like how smooth this version of atta is compared to others. And at about 25°C, this flour ...
Tags: Ap, Baking, Niagara Falls, Niagara, Natasha, Malika, Kamut, Gaspesie, Panchvati, Sharbati, Kistida


How to make the most of your trip to the ‘Niagara Falls of the West’

When you think of waterfalls in North America, there’s a good chance that Niagara Falls is top of mind. While those falls are certainly majestic, they’re not even close to the highest. Falls in Yosemite and Hawaii are also easy to point to. Waterfalls in Idaho, however, probably don’t crack your top 10. Well, they should. Idaho is home to some of the country’s most stunning natural beauty, not least of which is Shoshone Falls. Dubbed the “Niagara Falls of the West,” Shoshone sits just outsid...
Tags: Travel, Yosemite, US, Idaho, Hawaii, Peru, North America, Waterfalls, Niagara Falls, All, Niagara, Milner, Snake River Canyon, Great Basin, Twin Falls Idaho, Snake River


Niagara is spelt with 3 A's

Im willing to bet that many if not most travel writers from the US have been to Niagara Falls at least once. This was my third trip though its the first time I can remember seeing the American side of the Falls. But Ill only get to my experien
Tags: Travel, US, Niagara Falls, Niagara


Weekend Wanders – Evergreen & Waldorf

On the weekends we tend to leave the house as a family and Go Do Things. Sometimes that involves driving a couple of hours to a Provincial Park and spending the day hiking or hanging out on the beach or going to a farmers market or farm stand to pick up some fresh local vegetables. This weekend was more of a market weekend, but we still managed to pop over to a park too. Saturday mornings at the Evergreen Farmers Market at the Brickworks have a nice flow to them – the open air outdoor market ...
Tags: Toronto, Evergreen, Vegans, Weekend, Ontario, Waldorf, Niagara, Markham, Uxbridge, Bronte Creek Provincial Park, Evergreen Brickworks Farmers' Market, Evergreen Farmers Market, Reyes Farms, Textile Recycling Program, Romagnoli Farms, Beamsville Ontario


Andy Warhol’s Art Explained: What Makes His Iconic Campbell’s Soup Cans & Marilyn Monroe Diptych Art?

Pop Art looks out into the world. It doesn’t look like a painting of something, it looks like the thing itself. — Artist Roy Lichtenstein By 2021, most of us accept that Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans are art, but there are some who are still not confident as to why. No shame in that. Art Historian Steven Zucker and the Khan Academy’s Sal Khan tackle the question head on in the above video, concluding that the work is not only a reflection of the time in which it was created, b...
Tags: Art, Facebook, College, Los Angeles, Chicken, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Khan, Khan Academy, Cornell University, Roy Lichtenstein, Campbell, Niagara, Monroe, Zucker


Niagara’s Most Watched Webcams

Reading Time:  2 minutes - Do you ever sit and wonder “I wish I could be in Niagara right now.” Lucky for you, we have collected 5 amazing webcams you can watch right now! Get a birds eye view from high above in real time with these live webcams—and start dreaming about your next trip to Niagara! Niagara Falls Live Cam via Hilton Fallsview Location: 6361 Fallsview Blvd, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada LOS 1J0 Streaming to you live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 3...
Tags: Travel, List, Canada, Attractions, Great Lakes, Falls, Sheraton, Niagara Falls, Fort, Hilton Hotel, Niagara, Rainbow Bridge, United States Built, Horseshoe Falls, Fallsview Casino Resort, USA Click


Niagara Falls Top Garden Parks & Nature Areas

Reading Time:  2 minutes - Escape to Niagara Falls’ gardens and nature areas for a much needed break from the day to day. Or just escape virtually by watching the video tours below and learn what our beautiful garden parks and nature areas are all about: Oakes Garden Theatre 5851 Niagara Parkway, Niagara Falls, L2E 6T2 This spectacular garden is the entranceway to Queen Victoria Park, Niagara Parks’ centerpiece that showcases the Falls. Located at the foo...
Tags: Travel, Attractions, Parks, Niagara Falls, Niagara, Edinburgh Scotland, Niagara River, Clifton Hill, Adam Beck, Ontario Hydro, Niagara Gorge, Dufferin Islands, Centennial Lilac Garden, Oakes Garden Theatre, Niagara Parks School of Horticulture, Niagara Falls Top Garden Parks


What’s Open On Clifton Hill this Week

Reading Time:  3 minutes - As of April 8, 2021 Niagara Falls is part of the Provincewide Stay-at-Home Order for at least four weeks. We take the current situation very seriously and want to ensure the health and safety of our customers and team members. Only go out for essential reasons.Non-essential travel or visiting other regions is not recommended at this time.Face masks are mandatory in all indoor spaces in Niagara Falls and when maintaining a physical distance outdoors isn’t ...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Things To Do, Canada, Attractions, Niagara Falls, Niagara, Tim Horton, Clifton Hill, Clifton Hill Niagara Falls, Clifton Hill Attractions, Niagara Parks, things to do in Niagara Falls with kids, Clifton Hill Covid Measures, What is open in Niagara Falls, What is open on Clifton Hill


Victorian 3D: virtual adventures in the stereoscope

Armchair travel is more popular than ever today, making this an excellent time to explore a key moment in the history of home-bound travel. In the Victorian era, people used a stereoscope to launch themselves on virtual journeys to far-off lands from their own parlors. Users inserted a stereograph, twinned photos of a slightly discrepant image, into the device and then peeped into the eyepiece, where the image leaped into startling three dimensionality. The stereoscope created an immersive you-a...
Tags: Books, UK, London, Featured, Media, Wales, Boston, US, America, History, Canada, Britain, Ireland, Egypt, Washington Dc, Literature


The History of the Giant Wheels

Reading Time:  3 minutes - Located on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls, Ontario is Canada’s largest observation wheel. Standing 175 feet tall (53 metres), with 42 climate-controlled gondolas, the Niagara SkyWheel is one of Niagara’s most popular tourist attractions. With full views of the Niagara landscape, including a first-hand glance at the majestic Niagara Falls, it makes you stop and think how far technology has come. Early pleasure wheel in Russia, 1807 How much do yo...
Tags: Travel, England, News, Russia, Chicago, Canada, United States, Attractions, Bulgaria, Las Vegas, Illinois, Niagara Falls, Niagara, Niagara Falls Ontario, Ferris Wheel, Clifton Hill


Once Upon a Childhood Oak Tree

Molly Bush and a young swamp white oak in upper left hand corner. Tim Barnwell photo.                                                                                                                           “Every oak tree started out as a couple of nuts who stood their ground.”     Henry David Thoreau                                                               I have been inextricably bound to one swamp white oak since I was seven years old. For many years, I could only identify the oak, a...
Tags: Gardening, California, Louisville, Gray, Niagara Falls, Robert, University Of Georgia, Holly, Henry David Thoreau, Niagara, Fletcher North Carolina, Betsy, Holbrook, Thoreau, International Society of Arboriculture, Salvisa Kentucky


Taking a Guess at the Men’s NCAA Tournament Field: February 1st Edition

These guys are probably fine. We’re now down to just 50 days until the field is supposed to be selected for the 2021 men’s ice hockey tournament. Obviously it’s a weird year and the Pairwise can’t be used with almost zero interconference data points. But if this tournament is going to be played—and even if this year feels like nothing like a normal year and will probably forever carry an asterisk, I still hope it is played for the players’ sake—somebody is somehow going to ha...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Ncaa, Omaha, Michigan, Hockey, Clarkson, Denver, UConn, Providence, Badgers, Boston University, Berry, UMD


Taking a Guess at the NCAA Tournament Field: February 1st Edition

These guys are probably fine. We’re now down to just 50 days until the field is supposed to be selected for the 2021 men’s ice hockey tournament. Obviously it’s a weird year and the Pairwise can’t be used with almost zero interconference data points. But if this tournament is going to be played—and even if this year feels like nothing like a normal year and will probably forever carry an asterisk, I still hope it is played for the players’ sake—somebody is somehow going to ha...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Ncaa, Omaha, Michigan, Hockey, Clarkson, Denver, UConn, Providence, Badgers, Boston University, Berry, UMD


How we met: ‘I was checking out the men in the theatre. He looked lovely’

Peter Taylor, 73, and Mary Moogk, 72, met in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, in 1976. They live in Oshawa, OntarioPeter Taylor moved to Niagara-on-the-Lake, a historic town in Ontario’s wine country, in 1975. “I joined a yachting company and started work building sailboats.”The following February, his mother introduced him to an old family friend, who had a daughter about his age. “Our fathers had met in the forces,” he says. “I didn’t know Mary at the time.” Afterwards, he was invited to their fa...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, Lake Ontario, Lake, Ontario, Mary, Niagara, Peter Taylor, Mary Moogk, Oshawa OntarioPeter Taylor


Cumberland Falls the Niagara of the South

Cumberland Falls and is known as the Niagara of the South. It is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the South, and is definitely one to see. It is located in Corbin, KY. Cumberland Falls. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]].Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Frugality, South, Niagara, Cumberland Falls, Cumberland Falls the Niagara, Corbin KY Cumberland Falls


This Week In Trailers: Mogul Mowgli, The Walrus and The Whistleblower, The True Adventures of Wolfboy, How To With John Wilson

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we’re spitting fire with Riz Ahmed, go swimming with some large mammals, forget to shave, go on an urban adventure, and finally fin...
Tags: Movies, New York City, This Week In Trailers, New Jersey, Movie Trailers, Paramount Pictures, Billy Eichner, Elvis, Andy, Marineland, Niagara, Tariq, Joe Rogan, John Wilson, Phil Demers, Riz Ahmed


Meet 'The Walrus and The Whistleblower' in Trailer for Activism Doc

"I am the creation that MarineLand hoped to never create. I am their worst nightmare." Gravitas Ventures has released an official trailer for an activism documentary titled The Walrus and The Whistleblower, made by Canadian filmmaker Nathalie Bibeau. The doc won the Top Audience Award at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Canada. Part-time mailman and ex-trainer at MarineLand in Niagara Falls, Phil Demers (follow him @walruswhisperer) is a whistleblower who's sued for $1.5 million for plotting to...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Canada, Documentaries, Marineland, Gravitas Ventures, Niagara, Phil Demers, To Watch, Nathalie Bibeau


Smart: This Theatre Signed Up For Pandemic Insurance Before The Pandemic

About three-and-a-half years ago, Tim Jennings, the executive director and CEO of the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, decided to undertake some risk analysis alongside his CFO. He looked at potential problem areas, and at concerns that might arise throughout the course of an ordinary season of theatre, and came to a shrewd conclusion: The festival should take out an insurance policy against the threat of a pandemic. – National Post (Canada)
Tags: Art, Theatre, Lake, Niagara, Tim Jennings, Shaw Festival, 07.31.20


Vintage Hotel Group Selects Go Moment’s Ivy Smartconcierge to Enhance Guest Satisfaction

SANTA MONICA, California (June 30, 2020) - Go Moment™, the world's leading provider of real-time artificial intelligence guest communication solutions for the hospitality industry, today announced Canada's Vintage Hotel Group, as one of its newest clients to implement their award-winning smartconcierge, Ivy®. Vintage is an internationally-recognized hotel group comprised of 11 unique properties located in Ontario's picturesque Niagara-on-the-Lake region. Vintage is known for creating memo...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Ontario, Niagara, Vintage Hotel Group, Lake region Vintage


Society’s Income-Inequality Unrest and Law Society Access to Justice Failure

[See the full text of this article on the SSRN. This one is related to my two previous Slaw posts dated: July 25, 2019, and April 9, 2020] Law society bencher-based[i] management structure: (1) has caused and perpetuates the very destructive access to justice problem (the A2J problem) of unaffordable lawyers’ services for middle- and lower-income people; which has a cause-and-effect relationship with, (2) increasing the negative consequences of society’s equally destructive income-inequality pro...
Tags: Justice, Law, Toronto, Canada, Lake, Ontario, Peter, Niagara, Supreme Court of Canada, Supra, Law Society, LSO, LegalZoom, Ryerson University, Jordan Furlong, Practice Of Law


Blue Jackets: Jarmo Kekalainen’s 3rd-Round Picks Ranked

Ever since Columbus Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen was named Scott Howson’s successor on Feb. 13, 2013, the franchise’s fortunes have dramatically changed and they have slowly earned respect around the NHL. Kekalainen’s focal point, among his many duties as GM, and what was missing from the early Blue Jackets’ history, was strong drafting. Related: Blue Jackets’ Top Prospect Foudy Ready for Prime Time The Blue Jackets GM’s resume of strong drafting speaks for itself. With...
Tags: Sweden, Sport, Chicago, Denmark, Latvia, Penguins, Lake Erie, AHL, Hockey, NHL, North America, Columbus, Ottawa, Ottawa Senators, Columbus Blue Jackets, Sergei Bobrovsky


Nashville Predators: 5 Potential First-Round Targets

The NHL Draft order is not set yet, but the Nashville Predators are more than likely to draft around the 18th selection. After a season filled with ups and downs, including a coaching change in early January, the team will be able to add a top-tier talent to their 23rd-ranked system, according to The Hockey Writers‘ Mid-Season Farm System Rankings. They have one of the best defensive cores in the league with Roman Josi, Ryan Ellis, and Mattias Ekholm, but struggled offensively once again this se...
Tags: Europe, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, North America, Jarvis, Nashville Predators, Bo Horvat, Terry Wilson, Niagara, Bulldogs, LaPierre, Matt Duchene, OHL, John Hynes


5 Takeaways From the 2020 OHL Draft

The 2020 OHL Priority Selection has come and gone. When the dust settled, 300 prospects heard their name called during the draft process. What did we learn on Saturday? Here are five things that we took from the day. You can see the full draft results here. No Real Surprises At The Top Once it was announced that D Ty Nelson would be taken first overall by North Bay, it was widely expected that Pano Fimis would be taken by Niagara and Max Namestnikov would be taken by Sarnia. Those turned...
Tags: London, US, Sport, Spirit, Hockey, NHL, Kingston, Nelson, Commentary, Sudbury, Flint, Tampa Bay, Niagara, David Pastrnak, Pittsburgh Penguins, OHL


College Hockey Report: Recapping the First Round of the ECAC and Atlantic Tournaments

The term ‘March Madness’ is synonymous with the sport of collegiate basketball. However, it can also move away from the hardwood and onto the ice. Last weekend, teams from the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) and Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA) met to see who would move onto the quarterfinals in their respective conferences. AHA (7) Robert Morris Comes From Behind to Beat (10) Holy Cross The Holy Cross Crusaders limped into the AHA tournament, losing their final five ...
Tags: Raiders, Sport, Harvard, Yale, Ncaa, Union, Ivy League, Tigers, Hockey, Air Force, Saints, Clarkson, Princeton, Bentley, Rhode Island, Cornell


Islanders Have Long Struggled With Prospect Development

The New York Islanders have plenty of handpicked talent through the NHL draft in their line-up today. Mathew Barzal, Brock Nelson, Ryan Pulock are a few stand-out names that have found success at the NHL level, and are a core of this Islanders group. However, dating back to 2011, there have been some major swings and misses in drafting and developing “high-end” prospects. And unfortunately, some of those players have moved on from Long Island, and have found success with other NHL organizatio...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Toronto, Sport, Portland, Broadway, Switzerland, Rangers, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Long Island, Edmonton, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Reinhart


Predators Prospects: Philip Tomasino Reaching New Heights in Oshawa

Trade deadline deals at any level of hockey are a complicated beast. Often times, contending teams are in the market for additional pieces that will help them get over the proverbial hump and win a championship. On the other end, you have struggling organizations looking to sell their valuable assets for pieces that will assist them in future seasons. Unfortunately, these trades don’t always work in the “buyers” favor. The transition to a new team plays more of a role and a player struggles to p...
Tags: Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Kingston, Frost, Niagara, OHL, Ontario Hockey League, Oshawa, David Poile, Windsor Spitfires, Oshawa Generals, Mississauga Ontario, Niagara IceDogs, Amy Irvin