NTEA opens Canadian office
The association also named Mark Woody, president of Palfinger North America in Niagara Falls, Ont.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
In Years Past
In 1914, Brig. Gen. George Rodney Smith, U.S.A., retired and his wife had returned from a trip abroad and were making an extended visit in Jamestown where they were guests of Smith's sister, Mrs. M.M. Skiff and family of East Fourth Street.
The Baltimore Sun
Frozen, technicolor Niagara Falls
The seemingly endless winter has frozen over Niagara Falls for a second time in record-breaking sub-zero temperatures.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Niagara Falls Blog
Bodies Revealed Exhibition is in Niagara Falls
If you remember, four years ago the Bodies Revealed Exhibition was a Summer success in Niagara Falls - and now it's back! The Four Points by Sheraton is the new home of this fascinating and informative exhibit that features real bodies on display - and it's not what you think.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Globe and Mail
Best pictures from the last 24 hours
A partially frozen American Falls is seen during sub freezing temperatures in Niagara Falls, Ontario, March 3, 2014.
Man travels an original Underground Railroad route on a bike
I haven't met many people who don't want to travel at some point in their lives.
Canadian consulate setting up shop in Pittsburgh
The Consulate General of Canada has offices in New York City that cover Pennsylvania and four other states, but they'll head to Pittsburgh from April 7 to 11 for a visit that will focus on trade, energy, security and investment issues between Canada and western Pennsylvania in particular.
Hoyt again to chair Peace Bridge agency
For the second time in recent years, Sam Hoyt has been elected as chairman of the 10-member, binational Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Niagara Falls Blog
Niagara Falls March Break on Clifton Hill Offers Fun for the Whole Family
It's that time of year again, when Canadians plan March Break activities for the whole family.
Vogel Talks RVing
Good Sam Announces Top Destination RV Parks for 2014
Good Sam editors and consultants chose the list of Destination Parks from the annual publication's database of 8,000 private parks.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Ontario Farmer Daily
Brian Gilroy and Minister Ritz after the announcement at the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention.
Fleet Owner Magazine
Second cross-border cargo pre-clearance pilot gets going
So a second pilot program designed to test "pre-clearance" protocols for truck-carried cargoes heading from the Canada into the U.S. is getting underway this week at the " ," one the busiest land-border gateways linking the U.S. and Canada near Niagara Falls, to help alleviate traffic congestion.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Hill Times
Liberals support Leslie, even though Conservatives courted him first
It took nearly a half-hour for a crowd of media covering the Liberal biennial policy convention to wring confirmation out of Andrew Leslie that he had discussions with senior Conservatives before deciding to join Justin Trudeau's Liberal team for the next election.
Slide into a Weekend Away
Everyone in the Buffalo area is probably feeling the effects of sun deprivation at this point in the year, and trips to remote islands can be a little pricey.
The Windsor Star
Hudak blasts Chrysler's 'ransom' demand, backs off right-to-work plan
PC Leader Tim Hudak has become a one-issue candidate, harping on controversial right-to-work legislation.
10 injured in Niagara Falls crash
Impact: Combination of heavy rain and melting snow is expected to produce flooding in some of these areas today.
I Want Your Job: Joanne Rovensky, Firearms Technologist
Somewhere close to Keele and Wilson, behind several layers of security guards, ID swipes, and an iris scan or two, the Centre for Forensic Sciences has a cache of weapons.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Bluetooth vehicle tracking coming to Ontario roads
Bluetooth technology could be used on streets near land border crossings in Windsor and other cities, in order to estimate border wait times.
User photos: This week in news
Each Tuesday we take a look back at the past week in news from across Utah, showcasing photos submitted by KSL.com users.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Go north of the border
I teach an Institute for Continued Learning class on traveling the world, and during the last class I taught, I talked about visiting Canada.