- "The Living City: Inclusive, Sustainable, Creative."
- Maple leaf image
- Zone C
- National Pavilion Day:
- Jul. 1st, 2010
The 6,000-square-meter Canada Pavilion features with its symbolic maple-shaped avenue under the theme "The Living City: Inclusive, Sustainable, Creative."
The pavilion is anchored by an open public place and surrounded by three large structures. The square serves as a performing area where the performances of Cirque du Soleil are displayed for the visitors. The three large structures are made from wood, molding in maple leaves.
Environmental awareness has also been incorporated in the pavilion. The pavilion's facade is covered by a special kind of greenery. Rainwater is collected by a drainage system and recycled. And the whole environment is barrier free and smoke-free.
In addition to show you the familiar Canada things, such as the vast land, waterfalls, red maple, Bethune, the Pavilion also unveils you a new Canada. However, all these are waiting for you to discover by yourself.