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Amazing building with incredible city views, cafes, and resources
The people of Halifax are very fortunate to have this incredible resource in the heart of their city.
For an excellent selection of current books and DVD's, as well as knowledgeable, friendly staff, the Whistler Public Library is a great resource for the community and visitors.
This beautiful building is a great resource for visitors too.
A truly impressive public library with terrific architecture as well as amazing resources & layout.
It would be an amazing resource for a local I am sure.
We joined a Parks Canada "Behind the Scenes" tour that started at the visitors center and took us through several locked historic buildings and enabled us to view the museum collection up close with a personable e...
While we were in Dawson City for two days we stopped at the Visitor Center to get a local map for hiking and we were very impressed with the knowledge of the staff.
This well-run visitor center offers myriad free brochures, maps, bus schedules, discounts on some attractions and sightseeing tours, complimentary Internet access, information on lodging and the list goes on.
Right across from the Convention Center, it faces a plaza that is the departure point for trolley tours, buses and even seaplane rides.
Love the Okanagan Valley in scenic British Columbia and being a bit of a wine lover the Penticton and Wine Country Visitor Center was the perfect start to our wine country adventures.
They had lots of helpful advice and some great resources for touring the surrounding wine country.
Very nice information Center, friendly and with great knowledge on the zone and what to do depending on your interest.
Since there is no cellular service within the park, we went to the visitor center to get more info.
Friendliest and most helpful information center in all of Canada.
We came to the visitor center due to a closed highway.
I have always found Parks Canada Visitor Centers very well done, highly informative and the park officers exceptional in their knowledge and willingness to educate the public.
Part of the Churchill train station, there is a nice little interpretive center, with native handicrafts, historical displays, and some good animal exhibits, including a polar bear maternity den.
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Morrin Centre Quebec City
... the English language guided tour, and our knowledgeable guide Sarah led us through the unbelievable history of this building as it moved from a Jail, to a School and finally to a Library and a Cultural Center.
It included the jail cells, chem labs for students, and the beautiful library, Louise Penny's book, Bury Your Dead is set in this Center, I purchased it there, reading it now, great book.
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Great library!! Vancouver library has amazing musical instrument loaning library, excellent resources (you must be resident to use).
Fabulous resource and unique architecture
A great resource in Sherwood Park and can compete with any larger center library.
The library is beautiful and has a huge selection of resources, digital and hard copy.
Excellent resource for Yukon Info Staff are very welcoming and helpful
We always stop the the visitor's centers first when in a new town and the Whitehorse center was very nice, comfortable, and the staff was friendly and helpful.
The views from the center are breathtaking!! Also it has many amenities and comfortable places to sit.
The vancouver Convention Center harbours many interesting shops and attractions and is located at the waterfront where the cruiseships do start.
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