11 SEP 2019: Little Canada, a new attraction set to open in 2020, announced today that they will make their home in the heart of downtown Toronto at 10 Dundas East, Yonge-Dundas Square. A vast animated attraction that includes over 45,000 sq. ft of indoor space, Little Canada takes visitors on an immersive journey through Canada in miniature, offering them an opportunity to explore and experience Canada's expansive country in just a few short hours.

"During a time when others are putting up walls, Little Canada gives people the chance to become part of a beautiful little country without conflict," says founder and president, Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, who immigrated to Canada with his family in 1999.

"Little Canada is a friendly and welcoming place, much like the Canada I've come to know and love. We see Yonge and Dundas as the perfect home for Little Canada - accessible to everyone, and at the intersection of Toronto's many wonderfully diverse communities."

"We are thrilled that we can now call this iconic Toronto location home," said John Phillipson, VP General Manager of Little Canada.

"With over 10 million visitors passing through the doors of 10 Dundas East every year, Little Canada's new home will be in close proximity to the TTC, rail and highway systems, the PATH and The Eaton's Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square and City Hall, highly accessible to residents and tourists alike."

To celebrate the new location, Little Canada will be hosting a "Welcome Little Canadians" event in the lobby of 10 Dundas East on Friday, October 4th.

Starting at 11am, people of all sizes are invited to come learn more about Little Canada and experience the magic of the 'Littlization Station', where they can get scanned, shrunk and become among the first citizens of Little Canada.

"For launch, we'll be opening with our first destinations, which include; Little Niagara, Little Toronto and Petit Quebec, with a new destination opening every year or two after, until the journey reaches from coast-to-coast-to-coast," says VP Build, Dave MacLean. "You need to see it to believe it!"

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