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ONTARIO

The Ontario pavilion, located between the Canada and Quebec pavilions, features an opaque glass roof made up of several pyramids of different sizes. A group of large granite blocks, symbolizing the Canadian shield, forms an interesting rest area and provides a popular spot for young climbers. Young people are the focus of this pavilion, alongside exhibits about Ontario's past, present and future. Ontario is portrayed through enlarged versions of children's paintings. A magnificent collage made up of a motley assortment of objects, such as musical instruments, sports equipment and automobile parts, appeals to teenagers. They can also consult Miss Science or the Businessman, two of five robots acting as student advisors: a rather original way to find out about one's career prospects! A Place to Stand, a kind of music video, plays in the pavilion's 570-seat theatre and is one of the most popular films at Expo.

 
   

 

 

 



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