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The 411 on Canada's Most Visited Attractions

THE 411 ON Cânata S Most Visited Attractions NU 9. 10 AB SK MB 5. NB Million Visitors Niagara Falis 12+ Million Visitors Your Opened: 1886 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $2.5 Million Niagara Falls is split into three major water falls. They are: The American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls (the smallest waterfall), and Canadian "Horseshoe" Falls (Pictured). Marbourfront Centre 12 Million Visitors Your Opened: 1991 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $8.7 Billion Harbourfront Centre introduces three new adult courses and a Saturday programme for kids in it's exciting Learning for Living programme. Artist/illustraitor Barbara Klunder teaches two new courses: Knitting and "Brokenware" Mosaics. Emily Richard, co-host of Canadian Living Cooks leads an Italian cooking course. The Saturday Programme for Kids offers four consecutiveweeks of all - new activities. Learning for Living provides stimulating learning opportunities by offering various courses in areas of contemporary culture. Grantville Island 10.5 Million Visitors Your Opened: BECF 1979 MOLS NADE Tourist Revenue Per Year: $4.8-$5.2 Million Granville Island is across False Creek from the City Center and Yaletown. It's not actually an Island at it's con- nected to the mainland but it is a peninsula with water on all four sides. Stanicy Park 8 Million 10IFTTT Year Opened: Visitors 1887 Tourist Revenue Per Year: ENTERNA $589,383.44 200819 Stanley Park began as a military reserved in the mid-1800's to guard the entrance of Vancouver harbour. DU CANADA 5. Wiex Port 539 6 Million Visitors Year Opened: 1642 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $25 Million The Oldport is located in the historic heart of the cosmopolitan, francophone city of Montreal. It was once the sea-trading hub of North America and in the first half of the 20th century was the second largest port in North America after New York. After port operations declined in the late 1950's, the canadian government decided to redevelop the area, and it is now a thriving art and entertainment venue. iion Place 5.2 Million Visitors Vear Opened: 1878 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $150,000 Exhibition Place is a site along the shore of Lake Ontorio west of downtown Toronto and east of Ontario Place. It consist of 192 acres of parkland with many historical buildings on the site and is a venue of more than 100 trade shows and events like the Canadian National Exhibition, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the Molson Indy car race, Craibana Parade, Toronto International Boat Show and many more. BECR Whe FOMPLSON MOLS CANADIAN CANA ACER 4 Million www 1788 Visitors Yoar Opened: 1983 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $62 Billion Winnipeg is the capital and the largest city in Manitoba, and the major city of the Canadian Prairies. The "Peg" is a city as diverse in and of itself as the whole of Canada. Banfi National Park 3.3 Million Visitors Year Opened: 1885 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $21,940,140 Million The name "banff" is derived from "Banffshire", Scottland, the birthplace of the two original directors of the Candian Pacific Railways. It is home of the following National historic sites: Skoki Lodge, Abott Pass Hut, Howse Pass, Cave and Basin, Banff Park Museum, Fairmont Banff Spring Hotel, and the Cosmic Ray Station on Sanson Peak. Canada's Wonderland 3.3 Million Visitors Year Opened: 1981 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $831.4 Million This is formerly known as "Paramount Canada's Wonderland", Paramount sold the park in 2006. It is now known simply as "Canada's Wonderland". It is Canada's largest and most popular theme park. The Nickel- odeon characters such as Spongebob Squarepants and Dora the Explorer meet and greet children in the park and provide inspiration for some of the rides. 10 Mont Royal Park 3 Million Visitors BEEK MOLSON MOLSO CANAD Your Opened: 1876 Tourist Revenue Per Year: $75 Million I 1780 Mont Royal Park was designed to provide an open green area where locals and visitors could partake of a number of different fresh-air activities. Designed by famous American labdscape architect, Frederick Law Ol- msted (who designed NYC's Central Park).

The 411 on Canada's Most Visited Attractions

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