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Surround yourself in the many amazing images of Canada, captured here in the 17 minute circle-vision presentation, "O Canada!"

The motion picture takes guests from the far northeastern shores of Newfoundland's Bay of Fundy by railroad to the southwestern beauty and tranquility of Buchart Gardens in British Columbia. Canada's natural beauty is majestically displayed -- from the 800-year-old redwood trees of Cathedral Grove to the astounding splendor of Horseshoe Falls to the snowy mountains of Kananaskis Valley.

The film includes the nation's capital, Ottawa, with its Parliament buildings and Rideau Canal; the sophistication of Toronto, with its nightlife and film festivals; and Quebec City, the cradle of French civilization in Canada. Also mentioned: the not-so-famous but artfully named small towns of Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat. The people of Canada are featured in outdoor activities including skiing, whitewater rafting and hockey.

About this Attraction

Location: Canada Pavilion, World Showcase

Type: Circle-Vision Film

Duration: 14 minutes

Fastpass: No

Photography and video not allowed

Best time to visit: Anytime

Tips & Fun Facts

Avoid visiting in the late morning as many people tend to make "O Canada" there first stop as they head counterclockwise round the World Showcase.
The attraction is standing only, although leaning rails are present. The best place to stand is about two thirds of the way back from the front centre screen.
An ideal spot to relax and 'escape' for a short while is nearby the entrance to O Canada. The rocky waterfall area provides a quiet spot to sit and take a time out.

The film is hosted by Canadian actor Martin Short.
Canadian Idol winner Eva Avila sings the music of "O Canada!"
Similar to 'Reflections of China', nine 35mm cameras held on a central hub were used in order to create the 360 degree images.

Additional Information

Guests may remain in wheelchairs or ECVs to experience the attraction.

Because of the unique 360-degree format of this presentation, guests may experience the sensation of movement. Its advisable for those who suffer from motion sickness to stand near the rear of the theatre.

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