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|October 1, 1982|
|Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830|
|Latitude — 28.371891|
|Longitude — -81.55168|
O Canada! is a film presented in Circle-Vision 360° format at the Canadian Pavilion at Epcot. The film features many sights in Canada including Quebec, Ontario, the RCMP Musical Ride, the Calgary Stampede, Vancouver and Vancouver Harbour, and the Ottawa River to name a few.. The movie was originally filmed from June 1981 and August 1981. The film was last shown on August 6, 2007
 2007 Changes
The 1981 film had become an embarrassment for Canadian tourism officials due to how out dated it is. The Canadian Tourism Commission has a steady stream of complaints filed about the film from Canadians returning from visiting Walt Disney World.
During the time the film was down, Walt Disney World spokeswoman Angela Saclamacis would not comment on the film but has said “we are expecting some good things over at Epcot … but we’re not prepared to announce anything officially at this time.” Disney’s website also indicated that the show was down for ‘refurbishment’ from August 20th to the 24th.
On September 1, 2007 the new film, narrated by Martin Short, opened and included updated footage from Canadian cities and natural features. The song "Canada (You're a Lifetime Journey)" was re-recorded by Eva Avila, who won the fourth season of Canadian Idol.
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