Ontario is basking in the glow of the new royal baby (literally) with the illumination of the CN Tower and Niagara Falls, proving that Ontarians are truly just as excited as the Brits when it comes to celebrating the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new baby boy. Baby Sussex was born early Monday morning and it seemed like the whole world stopped to share in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's joy, including Canada. Significant Ontario landmarks commemorated the occasion by glowing festive colours on Monday night.\nNiagara Falls glowed blue yesterday to mark the birth day of the royal baby. For the first 15 minutes of every hour between 9:00 PM and 11:00 PM, the illumination board lit the falls in a vibrant shade of blue.\nThe colourful lighting of Niagara Falls to mark special occasions has been a longtime tradition since 1925. The falls glowed blue when Prince George and Prince Louis were born in 2013 and 2018, respectively, to Prince William and Kate Middleton, while they glowed pink when Princess Charlotte was born in 2015.\nIn celebration of the birth of the newest member of the royal family, Niagara Falls will be lit in blue this evening from 8:30 to 9:30pm to help mark this special occasion! #NiagaraParks #NiagaraFalls #RoyalBaby pic.twitter.com/YlHMLVxFSX— Niagara Parks (@NiagaraParks) May 6, 2019\nNiagara Falls to be lit up to celebrate royal baby https://t.co/t8DseskfkV pic.twitter.com/RpGPVxONxJ— 10News (@10News) May 6, 2019\nNiagara Falls went pink for the birth of the new Royal baby💓💓💓#LoveTheFalls pic.twitter.com/u2ZllNA95Z— Monica #HereWeGo💛❤️💙 (@mlouden87) May 6, 2015\nNiagara Falls turns blue for royal baby boy... pic.twitter.com/mBH4Buh6ze— Shelley Gooderick (@shelleygooders) July 23, 2013\nThe CN Tower was also uniquely illuminated to celebrate the royal baby. The Toronto landmark glowed a fitting shade of regal purple (Queen Elizabeth surely approved!) to commemorate the special day for the British royal family.\nToronto’s CN Tower lit purple tonight in honour of the birth of the royal baby. pic.twitter.com/JODF1mgvlF— Earvin Solitario (@earvs) May 7, 2019\nTonight at the top of the hour the #CNTower will be lit purple to welcome the newest member of the Royal Family, a son for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. #RoyalBaby pic.twitter.com/daLiXkCHRW— CN Tower/La Tour CN (@TourCNTower) May 6, 2019\nCN Tower will be lit in purple to mark birth of royal baby https://t.co/Z9oTdl6TqP pic.twitter.com/8pLc3rEkD7— CBC Toronto (@CBCToronto) May 6, 2019\nThe CN Tower was previously lit blue back in 2013 to celebrate the birth of Prince George.\nCN Tower lit blue for the new royal baby but they made such a big stink during the playoffs to chg it for our Leafs. pic.twitter.com/Kz9VSSdhZ0— Angela (@LeafsAngela) July 23, 2013\nAnother great pic of the Tower lit blue! RT @C100FM: Here is the CN Tower lit up in honour of the Royal Baby! pic.twitter.com/QHmpedPNo1— CN Tower/La Tour CN (@TourCNTower) July 24, 2013\nThe new royal baby, who has yet to be named, is the first child for the Prince and the Duchess of Sussex, as well as Queen Elizabeth II's eighth great-grandchild. The newborn is seventh in line to the throne.