The new Niagara Tunnel will draw more water from the Niagara River for Canadian power generation, but it will not increase overall withdrawals from the river. Any excess water available to the Canadians under the current treaty has been drawn off on the American side of the river, and half the power it generated has been sent back to Canada. A headline in Sunday's Business Today section incorrectly said the water draw from the river would increase with the new tunnel.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation meeting will be held in Buffalo in October, with an event in the Statler on Oct. 19. The date of the meeting was incorrect in Monday's editions.
The Niagara Business Network will meet at 8 a.m. next Tuesday in Dick and Jenny's, 1270 Baseline Road, Grand Island. The date was incorrect in the Sunday business calendar.
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