A huge inverted pyramid - the Katimavik - dominates the buildings of the Canadian Pavilion. It takes its name from the Eskimo word for "gathering place", significant reminder of Canada's welcoming role as host to millions of visitors from every part of the world.

The sheer size of the Katimavik can be appreciated by looking at the size of the people up on the top walkway. (CD #9 Set 23 #121)  


A variety of sculptures were located inside the Katimavik. The walkway around the edge could be reached via stairs or a funicular, seen on the left. (CD #7 Set 20 #3)