Canada and the World PavilionEdit profile
The Canada and the World Pavilion was a small museum in Ottawa, Canada. Exhibits were devoted to Canada's contribution to sport, arts and culture, development, peacekeeping, and science. Interactive exhibits, activities, and special events are held at the facility and in the surrounding parkland.
With spectacular views to the north, the building overlooks the historic Rideau Falls and the Ottawa River. At 50 Sussex Drive, it is the next-door neighbour to the Embassy of France.
After several years of mediocre attendance, the facility closed in the fall of 2005. As of summer 2007 there are discussions of the building either being used by the Governor General for staff offices or being offered to an Embassy.