Niagara Falls 'Gets the Blues' for World Diabetes Day

    TORONTO, Nov. 12 /CNW/ - November 14 is World Diabetes Day and Niagara
Falls, Canada's modern wonder of the world, will be turning blue to mark this
historic occasion.
    This year, in honour of the first-ever United Nations-recognized World
Diabetes Day, Niagara Falls will be illuminated blue on the evening of
November 14. The event is part of the Canadian Diabetes Association and
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's contribution to the international
celebration for World Diabetes Day. The event will help raise awareness about
the severity and impact of the global threat of diabetes in Canada.

    What:        One-on-one interview opportunities are available in advance
                 of this day and on the day in front of the illuminated
                 Niagara Falls.

    Who:         -  Mayor Ted Salci, City of Niagara Falls
                 -  Colleen Mulholland, Vice President, Marketing and
                    Communications, Canadian Diabetes Association
                 -  Susan Austin, Fundraising Coordinator, Juvenile Diabetes
                    Research Foundation

                 Spokespeople are available for pre-interviews by phone and

    Date:        Wednesday, November 14, 2007

    Time:        5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for on-site interviews. Interviews
                 must be pre-booked and all arrangements will be confirmed.

    Location:    Niagara Falls

For further information:

For further information: or to schedule an interview, please contact:
Whitney Binns, Carolyn Santillan, Edelman, (416) 979-1120 ext. 257, 351,,

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