Located at the very eastern end of Expo, this fascinating pavilion could not be ignored. After a 10-minute filmed introduction to the north, visitors were led into a cathedral-like room where floor-to-ceiling photos, mirrors and electronic music recreated some of the awe of Canada's north. The pavilion theme, In Search of Balance, was expressed in the displays of oil technology and native culture.
The giant Inukshuk, an arrangement of stones to mark trails in the north, was at the front of the pavilion.Noting the There was a beautiful sealskin quilt on the wall of the theatre. This quilt was made from the skin of 40 seals. It took 15 women two months to make it.
There were arts and crafts sold. The quality of some pieces were good enough to warrant being part of the exhibit.Food: D You could dine on musk ox burger with northern greens ($6.95), arctic char or a number of other northern specialties.