Officially named “Lundi Moose”, the statue is located at a park on Olaf Street Southwest in downtown Riverton (population: 600), this Magnificent Moose was created by artist Grant McLaughlin. The Big Moose is 14 feet long!
Some of our Big Things To See in Canada are simply too Big to imagine how they were built! The World’s Tallest Totem Pole is one of them — 52.7 metres (173 feet) tall, and it’s located in Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada. It’s just amazing!
Totem poles are aboriginal art, an ancient practice of carving that is handed down through the generations of the First Nations. A totem pole preserves history, heritage, and also honors local native tribal rituals and spirits.
The World’s Largest Nickel is worth a lot more than 5 Canadian cents! This 9 meter (30 feet) tall monumental sculpture near Sudbury, Ontario, is one of the Biggest Examples of Pocket Money anywhere in the world!
Located on the grounds of Dynamic Earth, the 12-sided Big Nickel is atop a hill near the intersection of Big Nickel Drive and Municipal Road 55 in Greater Sudbury.