Mini Monthly Round - Up | July

 

Happy July, friends! 

The excitement never stops! June was an eventful month as Canadians from across the country came together to cheer on the Toronto Raptors as they won the NBA finals! And just this weekend we celebrated our favourite holiday - Canada Day! What a month. We hope your Canada Day weekend was filled with family and friends, fireworks, great food and a whole lot of celebration!

We have a few updates to share with you all so let's jump right into the news.

First, we want to thank Paul Hunter from Toronto Star and Claire Bickley from Neighbours of Olde Oakville for their features on Little Canada! It was a perfect way to celebrate Canada Day!

Things have been warming up outside and inside Little Canada as we’ve welcomed some new Miniature Makers to the team. As we inch closer to a potential launch date, we’re on the look-out for some more Miniature Makers to join our team. Keep reading below to find out how you can become a part of our growing team of Little Canada Builders.

We have also been hard at work on our Niagara destination this month and have some sneak peek photos to share with you. From Moosenstein’s Laboratory to the peaceful tranquility of life in Niagara-on-the-Lake, we think you'll be amazed!


 
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Toronto Star | Wee The North

“I thought, this is what I want to do. This is what I want to do for Canada.”

Looking for a good read? Find out what happens when two dreamers come together and embark on a journey of a miniature Canada attraction, for all of Canada and the world to experience, in this weekend's Toronto Star article by Paul Hunter. Thank you Paul, for writing such an in depth piece that delves into the passion, hard work and love that's been put into creating this unique experience for Canada.

Read article here!


 
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Neighbours Of Olde Oakville

Little Canada and our founder, Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer were featured in the Canada Day edition of the Neighbours of Olde Oakville magazine. Find out Jean-Louis’ inspiration behind Little Canada, things you can expect in the Little Canada experience, and his hopes for the future of Toronto’s newest attraction. Also, get a little glimpse into his life, his love for Canada and how he learned so much about this country he now calls home.

Read article here!

 

 
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Summer infusion of fresh views

We’ve had an infusion of summer students bring a fresh perspective and exciting skills to the team. We’re thrilled to have four talented Miniature Makers join our team this summer. Please give a warm Canadian welcome to our summer students Nur, Sierra and Maya and Colin. 

Keep reading here!

 

 
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Want to be a Miniature Maker?

Do you love all things little? Do you love all things Canada? Well, we might just have the dream job for you. We are currently hiring for a number of roles to help us build Little Canada, and more will be popping up soon. Check out our website for more details on how to get in contact. Come and be a part of our Little Canada team, we can’t wait to meet you!

 

 
 

A Little Update on a Little Niagara

Little Niagara just keeps getting bigger. While it is still a work in progress, things are really coming together and we cannot wait for you to see it! A 25’ wide Niagara Falls, a skyline lit with hundreds of LEDS, highly detailed streetscapes of Niagara-On-The-Lake, and some little surprises, are just a few of the elements in Little Niagara that you can get a peek into. Check out the pictures to see how beautifully their work is coming together! 

 

 
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Hey Canada, Did you know...

That Canadians eat more Mac and Cheese than any other country in the world? We purchase and average of 1.7 million a year and eat 55% more of the gooey goodness than our American neighbours!

 
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