Niagara Falls, Ont. gets ready for eclipse day crowds with up to 1 million visitors expected

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Niagara Falls, Ont., Mayor Jim Diodati says that when he goes out on April 8 to watch the total solar eclipse, he’s packing everything he might need for the entire day.

“My plan is I’m riding my bike down there with my backpack. And it’s going to be loaded with cereal bars and water bottles. I’ll have, of course, my eclipse glasses and an extra charger for my cell phone,” he said.

“I’m preparing as if I’m not going to be getting out of the park until late.”

The city is preparing for around one million visitors that day — its most ever

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