Sign a Petition – Below – to Stop the Riverfront Community Project and Save what is left of Niagara’s Precious Natural Heritage
A Petition posted by St. Catharines citizen activist Emily Beth Spanton
Posted October 28th, 2018 on Niagara At Large
Paradise Walk to open in 2021 – GR-CAN
Emily Beth Spanton, St Catharines, Canada
OCT 28, 2018 — PETITION UPDATE
Paradise Walk is part of a larger 484-acre mixed-use community called ‘Riverfront Community at Niagara Falls’, which will include homes as well as more than 200 acres of nature preserve.
The goal of Paradise Walk is to be accessible to the general population and as such, it will not be positioned as a luxury centre — rather, it will include a democratic offering in an upscale and attractive-looking environment.
According to Helen Chang, the site, she said through an interpreter, is the ‘best natural oxygen bar in the world’ health wise — its combination of high negative ion content and optimal humidity could, according to WTO reports, strengthen one’s immune system to ward off illness merely by being there.
To sign the petition Emily Spanton is circulating to stop this project in a forested area that is diverse in wildlife and that hosts what is little left of the provincially significant wetlands in Niagara – wetlands that are home to rare and endangered wildlife, and that serve as buffers to destructive flooding and as filters for keeping the waters of our Great Lakes fresh and clean, , click on this link – https://www.change.org/p/protect-thundering-waters-forest-stop-riverfront-community-file-no-am-2017-015/u/23497053?cs_tk=AcAGKVPt7I_GMlu62VsARDMFI5hzjJHERPbfEWNmew%3D%3D&utm_campaign=5b952db48db84520b8cc14b716368bc5&utm_medium=email&utm_source=petition_update&utm_term=cs .
Here are some informative links on the Riverfront project –
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