Come for the steak, stay for the poutine
The design and theming of the Canada Pavilion reminds guests of the Canadian wilderness. Landscape features in the area include a canyon, waterfall, fountains, totem poles, and the largest garden in the World Showcase. This pavilion boasts a great restaurant, Le Cellier, and the O Canada Circle Vision 360 film that provides guests with insight into Canadian culture.
There have not been many changes in the history of the Canada Pavilion. The current version of the O Canada film is the second revision and has been in place since 2007. Two shops, La Boutique des Provinces, which sold Blue Mountain Pottery, and Beaver Tails, which sold goods made from beaver tails, have been closed.