Theatres of Learning


Welcome to Theatres of Learning, a Canadian presence at the 1996 Internet World Exposition. Our theme reflects the importance of knowledge and information as our society moves from an industrial-base to the information age. The Canadian Organizing Committee invites everyone, individuals, government, business and industry to help in building our pavilions, to bring our events to the world, and to create real places where people can visit the fair to learn about cultures from around the world and this key technology which will influence our lives for years to come.

This world's fair is an evolving event, a construction project for the entire year as people add pavilions, places and events. This is a unique challenge and an exciting opportunity for Canadians to help build and shape the global village from a Canadian perspective. One where the emerging infrastructures and infostructures can be left as an enduring legacy. It is an innovative opportunity for Canada to display its creativity, and the richness of its economic, social, cultural and technological fabric to the world.

Join us in collapsing this vast nation and the world into a small chunk of cyberspace! We welcome your ideas and invite Canadians to submit contributions and innovative ideas to our content to make this event a success.

NOTE: As our pavilions and exhibits are being constructed, we have initially populated our Theatres of Learning with some interesting Canadian Websites.

D i s c o v e r

    Places and Events


    People and Culture


    Paths to Knowledge


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