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  1. 1. CANADA
  2. 3. TORONTO
  3. 4. SIGHT SEEING <ul><li>Sky Dome </li></ul><ul><li>CN Tower </li></ul><ul><li>Toronto Island </li></ul><ul><li>Canada Wonderland </li></ul><ul><li>Casa Loma </li></ul><ul><li>The beaches </li></ul><ul><li>Cirque Du Soleil </li></ul>
  4. 5. Sky Dome Rogers Centre, formerly known as SKy Dome is a multi-purpose stadium. Location 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario. Opened June 5, 1989 Cost $570 million CAD Architect Rod Robbie, Michael Allen
  5. 7. CN TOWER Location Toronto, Canada. Built 1973-1976. The CN Tower is the tallest free-standing structure on land in the world. Technical details: Floor count 147 Floor area, Elevator count6, Architect WZMH Architects
  6. 9. TORONTO ISLAND The Toronto Islands are a chain of small islands providing a shallow natural harbour for the City of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The area of the islands is about 2.3 km². The central area hosts a children's amusement park, Far Enough Farm, swimming beaches. Hanlan's Point, Centre Island , Ward's Island.
  7. 11. Canada Wonderland Paramount Canada's Wonderland is an amusement park in Vaughan, Ontario. The park has one of the greatest variety of rides in North America, with over 200 attractions. North America's 3rd greatest number of roller coasters.
  8. 12. Canada Wonderland The park's themed areas are as follows: International Street. Medieval Faire. International Festival. Nickelodeon Central. Hanna-Barbera Land. Kidzville. White Water Canyon. Splash Works. Grande World Exposition of 1890.
  9. 14. CASA LOMA <ul><li>Casa Loma, means &quot;House on the Hill”. </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>It was once the home of financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Construction began in 1911. </li></ul><ul><li>The house cost $3.5 million. </li></ul>A team of 300 workers three years to build from start to finish completion in 1914, at 98 rooms, it was the largest private residence in Canada. In 1937 it was opened to the public for the first time as a tourist attraction. Parts of the movie X-Men were shot at Casa Loma as the Professor Xavier's school.
  10. 16. THE BEACHES The Beach is a special place. All types of people share the small-town warmth that this area has become famous for. In summer time, canadians get together to play volleyball, soccer and to swim.
  11. 18. QUEBEC
  12. 19. QUEBEC Official Language: French. Total Area:  1,542,056 km². Land 1,183,128 km². Water 176,928 km² (11.5%). Population 7,598,100.
  13. 20. The Old City After having been the capital of France’s colonies in America, and then of Lower Canada, Quebec City became the capital of the province of Québec in 1867, when the Canadian Confederation came into being. Since 1994, considerable efforts have been put into restoring the area surrounding the parliamentary buildings.
  14. 21. QUEBEC – The Old City
  15. 23. Le Chateau Frontenac Castle Frontenac is for Quebec what is the Eiffel tower for Paris. The symbol of the city. This Renaissance style castle was built in less than a century. This 19th-century French castle, offers 618 rooms, overlooking Old Quebec’s St. Lawrence River. Visits: 847
  16. 25. The Ice Castle Its 22 beds were sold out when it first opened in 2000. In its last iteration it had 85 beds, all the furniture is made of ice but lined with deer furs and covered with mattresses and arctic sleeping bags. Only the bathrooms are heated, in a separate insulated structure. It has two art galleries (filled with ice sculptures of course) a bar, a movie theater, and a chapel where weddings are celebrated. The ice castle is a temporary hotel made up entirely of snow and sculpted blocks of ice. Because of the fact that ice melts in warm weather, the ice hotel must be rebuilt each year (January)
  17. 28. NIAGARA FALLS Niagara Falls is a set of massive waterfalls located on the Niagara River in eastern North America, on the border between the United States and Canada. Niagara Falls (French: les Chutes du Niagara ) comprises three separate waterfalls: the Horseshoe Falls (sometimes called the Canadian Falls), the American Falls, and the smaller, Bridal Veil Falls. Niagara Falls is very wide, it is the most powerful waterfall in North America hydroelectric power and environmental preservation.
  18. 30. CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Cirque du Soleil (French for &quot;Circus of the Sun&quot;) is an entertainment company founded by Guy Laliberté and Daniel Gauthier, in 1984 based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It has been described as the modern circus, and focuses upon a storyline as well as amazing performances. It has several resident and touring troupes and draws heavily from the circus tradition
  19. 32. Some Famous Canadian People
  20. 33. Alanis Morissette
  21. 34. Avril Lavigne
  22. 35. Bryan Adams
  23. 36. Celine Dion
  24. 37. Jason Priestley
  25. 38. Jim Carrey
  26. 39. Joshua Jackson
  27. 40. Mike Myers
  28. 41. Nickelback
  29. 42. Shania Twain
  30. 43. Simple PLan