Built for Expo ‘86 as the flagship Canada Pavilion, Canada Place is a Vancouver landmark. The roof’s sail-like lines echo Canada’s nautical roots. The “prow” extends well into the harbor. Following the highly successful world exhibition, which attracted more than 22 million visitors, Canada Place was transformed into a complex containing a cruise ship terminal, convention center, exhibition areas, and a first-class hotel. The promenade offers a terrific view of the city’s harbor.