Construction is nearly complete for the rain-harvesting, wood-clad 2010 World Expo Canada Pavilion in Shanghai. The event is set for May. The pavilion, which was co-created by the Cirque du Soleil, is just one of Canada's sustainable design contributions to the "Better Life, Better City" Expo theme.
Trend Hunter first reported on the pavilion back in July and Prime Minister Harper visited the construction site in December. We thought you'd like to see some images of the visit and how the building looks in its final form.
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