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Official Twitter account for the New York State Canal Corporation.
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NYS Canal Corp. 4h
Yesterday, Fairport celebrated the completion of the first phase of the Bicentennial Canal Gateway Project, designed to bring more people to the area.
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NYS Canal Corp. 24h
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This investment in ’s waterfront will ultimately create a revitalized waterfront destination for visitors & residents, with connections to local trailways and significant accessibility upgrades from existing facilities.
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NYS Canal Corp. 24h
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“The Canal Corporation is always thrilled to support projects that integrate the canals’ history with creative and imaginative new approaches to encouraging both outdoor recreation and tourism, and this project is no exception.” --Brian U. Stratton, NYS Canals Director
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NYS Canal Corp. 24h
Celebrating the completion of the first phase of construction of ’s Bicentennial Canal Gateway Project, which includes a heritage trail celebrating the bicentennial.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 17
NYS Canals Director, Mayor Julie Domaratz & Town of Perinton Historian Bill Poray make an announcement on the Bicentennial Canal Gateway Project.
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Friends of SXSHS Sep 17
These guys raised over $1400 on their 3day ride across ! And, bonus, recovered a shoe! Erie Canal Bike Trip for the Food Bank of CNY via
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Gil Quiniones Sep 16
"Governor Cuomo is once again leading the nation's efforts to ensure that our natural habitats are protected and thriving for generations to come.” via
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Erie Canal Museum Sep 17
1851: Statistical profile, Erie Canal Enlargement eastern division: commencing in the city of Albany and terminating at Higginsville, Oneida Co. . . . .
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Fairport OCED Sep 17
Congrats to His design for the southwest bank of the in enhances for residents and visitors by creating an inviting and walkable environment that encourages engagement with the canal.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 16
Sign up for our Notices to Mariners, where you can receive canal notices and alerts to stay updated on Canal openings/closures, water levels, construction and other navigation news on the Erie, Champlain, Oswego & Cayuga-Seneca Canals.
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David Truland Sep 16
1 from last night's sunset and 3 from this morning's sunrise.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 16
Meet Lonnie Crast - the man behind Lock 23. Next time you're locking through, make sure you say hi and share a laugh with him!
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 15
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The Canal Corporation urges all users to register to receive updates through the “Notice to Mariners” notification program at . Updates may also be posted to the Canal Corporation’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 15
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This also ensures projects will be completed ahead of the 2021 season, which is currently scheduled to begin in May barring any unforeseen circumstances.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 15
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The October 14th closure allows Canal Corporation employees and its contractors the ability to begin working on a backlog of maintenance projects that were deferred earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic while the weather is favorable.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 15
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The Canal system is scheduled to close to navigation at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. All recreational and commercial vessel operators should plan their trips to ensure they exit the system by that time.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 15
: Hours of Operation & Last Day of Navigation Effective Thursday, September 17, 2020, all locks and lift bridges on the Canal system will operate daily between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 14
Introducing Museum Monday! Let's head to North Tonawanda for the . If you’re near the western terminus of the , check out this great spot. Families can enjoy the unique heritage of the carousel and related industries in the Niagara Region.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 14
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The grants range from $2,500 to $12,000 and will be awarded to municipalities, not-for-profits with a 501(c)(3) designation, and federally-recognized Native American tribes within the boundaries of the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor.
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NYS Canal Corp. Sep 14
The National Heritage Corridor is now accepting applications for its IMAPCT! Grant program. Applications are due by Friday, October 23rd.
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