Little Canada Exhibition Opens its Doors

By Ben Hamill - August 02 2021
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Little Canada Exhibition Opens its Doors

Little Canada, a labour of love and one of the sweetest passion projects to grace the country, is ready to open its doors. So far, it includes iconic Canadian landmarks such as Downtown Toronto, the CN Tower and the Niagara Falls, all in miniature. More cities are set to be added to the project in the coming months. Highly detailed, this attraction may be small, but it is mighty. The model makes use of cutting-edge technology to bring the miniature setting to life.

The feature measures an impressive 45,000 square feet of indoor space so far and can be found in the Yonge Dundas Square. Visitors to the site will be able to freely roam the country in just a matter of hours. Furthermore, Instagram fans will delight in knowing that when visiting Little Canada, they will be able to become “Little Canadians” with the help of the 128 cameras charged with taking tiny 3D pictures to render an image of the visitors in any one of the tiny destinations.

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More Destinations On The Horizon

Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, the Founder and President of Little Canada, recently said in a media release that his creation will give visitors the chance to become a part of the beautiful country of Canada without conflict, and at a time when so many of us tend to put up walls to those around us.

President Brenninkmeijer also added that his company is planning to expand and that new destinations will continue to be added annually until the experience is fully immersive and covers all of Canada, from coast to coast. The project has been a true labour of love for Mr Brenninkmeijer, who emigrated to Canada with his family in 1999.

Ten Years In The Making

Brenninkmeijer has been working on Little Canada for the better part of 10 years. He says that one has to really see it to believe it, as pictures and videos do not do it any justice – no stones have been left unturned with this project. According to Mr Brenninkmeijer, his team has exceeded his expectations tenfold, putting plenty of care and attention to detail into every aspect of the miniature country

While miniature models are certainly not new, they always seem to bring newfound levels of excitement. Some of the world’s most famous minis include Miniatur Wunderland in Germany, Madurodam in the Netherlands, the Bekonscot Model Village in England, and Le Petit-Paris in France.

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