The Change In Canadian Spending

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Melissa and Mathew Hardy stand in front of their cafe Bella’s located in Clayton.

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International Boat Show: Thousand Islands hosts first event for Classic Boat Society

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Small Business Startup: Island Bay Pier House

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Island Bay Pier House co-owners Brandi Wanecski and Adam Beaman stand behind the restaurant’s illuminated bar.

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Small Business Startup: Seabound Yachts

Jeremy Cohen, owner of Seabound Yachts

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Business Rises as Water Levels Fall To Normal

WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES FILE PHOTO A tourist boat approaches Boldt Castle in Alexandria Bay.

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‘Welcome to New York’: New visitors center in the 1000 Islands showcases the best of NNY

PROVIDED BY NEW YORK STATE EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT Renderings of the new North Country Welcome Center at Collins Landing.

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Connecting Countries and Commerce for Decades

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During the Thousand Islands Bridge opening in August 1938 cars lined up to travel across to Wellesley Island for the first time.

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Growing Golden Along the River’s Edge: Jewlery designer focuses on giving back culturally

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Emilie Cardinaux with hand made items in her shop, The Golden Cleat in Clayton.

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Flux in Canadian dollar impacts NNY economy

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Gary DeYoung, executive director of the Thousand Islands International Tourism Council, stands in front of the Thousand Islands Bridge.

Despite exchange rate IMbalance between U.S. and Canadian dollar businesses maintain vision towards continued economic partnership

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Orleans, Lowville, other communities to receive funds needed for water projects

Road salt contamination has caused extensive corrosion at Andy Greene’s home in Fishers Landing, as seen here in his basement where he sits behind a corroded pipe on a hot water heater ruined by salt, holding a kitchen faucet he replaces every few years. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

Road salt contamination has caused extensive corrosion at Andy Greene’s home in Fishers Landing, as seen here in his basement where he sits behind a corroded pipe on a hot water heater ruined by salt, holding a kitchen faucet he replaces every few years. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

Several north country municipalities, including the town of Orleans, are getting millions of dollars in state funding for various water infrastructure projects. [Read more…]