ENDED FEB 28, 2010: Located in between BC Place Stadium and Sochi House (Science World), Ontario House plans to set a new standard in creativity and innovation. CityCaucus.com dropped by the pavilion on Jan 24th and can confirm they are constructing a special 4D theatre. Once you enter, why not use your brain waves to turn on the lights at the CN tower. Don't believe us, check out this video. They also plan to feature many other exciting and original exhibits, events and performances; showcase made-in-Ontario products and services; and be technologically state-of-the-art while being supported using environmentally sustainable systems and technologies. Ontario House will offer visitors a unique, one-of-a-kind, inspirational experience that will live on in their memories for years to come and reinforce Ontario’s Olympic brand message — “There’s No Place Like This…” If you want to see some exclusive photos of the pavilion, click here. If you're looking for directions on how to get to the pavilion then click here. Hours of operation: 10 am to 2 am daily.
Ontario House also features Ontario’s brightest talents and are free to the public. Showtimes are 10PM except Feb 15, Feb 22, Feb 24 @ 9:30PM. Arrive early as these are expected to be popular shows. You must be 19+ to enter and have valid government issued photo identification after 9 pm.
- February 24 - Ontario Day at the 2010 Olympic Games. featuring Justin Hines, Damien Robitaille, God Made Me Funky
- February 25 - The Wooden Sky
- February 26 - Molly Johnson
- February 27 - illScarlett
- February 28 - Crash Parallel
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