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World Showcase - Canada

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At A Glance Canada is the eleventh and final country on the clockwise tour around the World Showcase, or is the first country on the anti-clockwise tour before The United Kingdom.

Canada is the eleventh and final country on the clockwise tour around the World Showcase, or is the first country on the anti-clockwise tour before The United Kingdom.

Canada features the Victoria Gardens, based on the Butchart Gardens on Vancouvr Island, along with a replica French-gothic mansion, some typically Canadian Rocky Mountain scenery, the Hotel du Canada, and a few shops.

O Canada! is a 360-degree Circlevision film, which really makes use of the CircleVision format to showcase the sights and sounds of Canada during it's 17-minute performance. It's well worth visiting, though its standing room only and does tend to get quite busy, as with the other films at the various pavillions, especially from mid-morning through until late afternoon.

(NOTE: It's possible that the O'Canada film may be replaced later in 2002 with a more up to date film - O'Canada has been running since the 1980's and that Canadian Tourism board are rumoured to be unhappy that it shows a dated view of the country).

Le Cellier is a relatively inexpensive cafe-style eatery which serves sea-food, soups, chicken and salads for lunch and dinner, with a speciality range of freshly poached salmon with various side dishes, (Some of which seem very strange combinations but actually turn out to be a pleasant suprise).

Northwest Mercantile is the first shop on the left as you enter the main plaza en-route to the Hotel du Canada, and has a distinct pioneering theme. Inside the shop keeps to the Canadian theme with its merchandise, which includes items of clothing such as lumberjack shirts, some items that would have been used by trappers in pioneering days (though all are of course politically correct items), Traditional Royal Canadian Mounted Police style merchandise, and of course since it's a Canadian shop, traditional Maple syrup.

At the back of the Northwest Mercantile shop there's a section thats devoted to traditional North American Indian artifacts such as fur-vests, moccasins and some Inuit-carved soapstone sculptures.

Le Boutique des Provinces is a smallish shop with a hometown feel. Anyone that has read L.M. Montgomery's book "Anne of Green Gables" will feel right at home with the shop's theming. Inside the shop sells a few collectibles, specialising in various items of jewelery and ceramics.



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