Canada Place is a unique landmark pier designed to look like a ship at the dock, built on Vancouver's Burrard Inlet waterfront. The pier is dominated by spectacular 90-foot tall sails that tower over the harbor and light up in a stunning light display every dusk and dawn. .
Canada Place is also the home of the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel, Vancouver's World Trade Center, and FlyOver Canada. It's also the primary cruise ship terminal for Vancouver.
Every day at noon, the Heritage Horns sound the first four notes of O Canada, which can be heard throughout downtown Vancouver. Visitors can explore, discover and interact with Canada along the Canadian Trail walking tour, which is divided into 13 sections to represent each province and territory.
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