Niagara Falls

The white-tailed deer stranded on a small, nameless island next to Horseshoe Falls (Kip Finn)

The loneliest deer in Niagara Falls

For a whole year, tourists have caught fleeting glimpses of a white-tailed deer marooned on a tiny island on the edge of the Horseshoe Falls. But don’t despair for the four-legged squatter.
American tourist boat Maid Of The Mist, limited to 50% occupancy under New York state's rules amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), glides past a Canadian vessel limited under Ontario's rules to just six passengers, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada July 21, 2020. (Carlos Osorio/Reuters)

The Maid of the Mist, coronavirus and America’s ship of fools

Image of the Week: The contrast between U.S. and Canadian pandemic policy can be seen aboard the countries’ respective tour boats below Niagara Falls
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Aerialist casually hangs by her teeth over Niagara Falls

Watch Erendira from the famed stunt family the Wallendas as she breaks a world record.
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What it feels like to climb Niagara Falls in winter

It takes a serious adrenaline junkie to attempt something this wild. Meet Will Gadd, one of the world’s best ice climbers, who took on the dangerous challenge of scaling Niagara Falls in the winter. Yes, he climbed up the 51-m frozen falls.
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What students are talking about today (October 9 edition)

Nintendo guns banned, the Turkey Dump & Hipster ads
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City to grads: we’ll pay you to move here

Niagara Falls, N.Y. is planning for a "knowledge economy"
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Next up? The Grand Canyon, daredevil Nik Wallenda tells Maclean’s

Charlie Gillis catches up with the tightrope walker on his way home
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Nik Wallenda on being on a cable over the Falls: ’It takes your breath away’

After crossing Niagara Falls last evening, the world’s most famous wire-walker dug deep to describe what he’d experienced
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Nik Wallenda after daring wire walk: ’What’s next?’

Charlie Gillis on the Flying Wallenda’s 45-minute walk into history: ’To hell with the tether. He never needed it’