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Efforts in the Niagara River Canadian section are undertaken in a partnership between the Government of Canada, other levels of government and non-government groups, including members of the public. Undertaking environmental restoration requires a large amount of scientific and technical expertise, local knowledge and hard work.

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One agency or group cannot engage in such a large task on its own, without the help of others. Listed below are participants that have contributed to efforts in the Niagara River Canadian section :.

You will not receive a reply. Skip to main content Skip to "About government". Why it was listed as an Area of Concern The Niagara River was designated an AOC because a review of available data indicated that water quality and environmental health were severely degraded.

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What has been accomplished Through the combined efforts of Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Province of Ontario, local industry, concerned citizens and other partners, there have been many improvements toward restoring the Canadian section of the Niagara River AOC. Partners Efforts in the Niagara River Canadian section are undertaken in a partnership between the Government of Canada, other levels of government and non-government groups, including members of the public. Report a problem or mistake on this page. Please select all that apply: A link, button or video is not working.

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  1. The story of the Niagara River: The water wonder of the world!
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  6. Niagara Falls history is rich in heritage and interesting facts, from daredevils who have attempted to take on the mighty Falls to electrifying inventors such as Nikola Tesla, best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system.

    Niagara Falls was formed starting more than 12, years ago at the end of the Ice Age when large torrents of water were released from the melting ice, draining into the Niagara River.

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    Eventually, the force of the water wore away the rock layers and Niagara Falls moved upstream, reaching its present location. Year after year, the formation continues with the annual freezing and thawing of the Niagara River, along with gradual erosion and periodic rock-falls.

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    4. Remedial work has been completed to preserve the Falls and the volume of water has been reduced by diversion for hydroelectric power. Native Americans living in the region were most likely the first people to behold the power of Niagara Falls.

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      The region soon became a French stronghold, as forts were built at the mouth of the Niagara River, controlling access to the Great Lakes.