After several close calls among boaters sailing into Port Dalhousie, Ontario over the years, the solution was a simple as changing the color of the lights that mark the entrance to the harbor. White the lights installed at the north lighthouse on the east side of the harbor entrance made it difficult for sailors who may be unfamiliar with the area to tell with any certainty what side of that light they should navigate toward at night. Read the full story by the St. Catharines Standard.
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