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Salt BuildingMount Pleasant, BC • August 15, 2011

Home to the 2010 ParaOlympic and Olympic Athletes! The Salt Building is a significant landmark in the Southeast False Creek neighborhood. It was built around 1930 to refine raw salt.

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Centennial ParkToronto, ON • August 16, 2011

The RONA MS Bike Tour start and ends here on September 11, 2011 Over 10,000 cyclists are expected to participate in the 21 one- and two-day tours taking place across Canada between June and September.

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Art Gallery of OntarioToronto, ON • August 15, 2011

The AGO offers American Sign Language tours for visitors who are deaf or have hearing loss. The tours are interactive and are designed to increase visitors' opportunities to engage with art.

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Toronto ZooScarborough, ON • August 15, 2011

The Zoo has an admission package for people with disabilities whereby a guest with a disability receives a 50% admission discount and one accompanying support worker receives complimentary admission.

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Cape Breton National ParkIngonish, Novia Scotia • August 15, 2011

Chéticamp CampgroundNew modern wheelchair accessible unisex washroom/shower building.2 accessible tent sites Kitchen shelter will be accessibleOutdoor theatre - accessible seating areas

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