Mini Monthly Round-Up | October

On September 22, we announced our Canadian small investor campaign on FrontFundr.  FrontFundr is a Canadian company that is revolutionizing a new way for people to invest in the companies they believe in.  For people who share our passion for this great country and our vision of a miniature journey of discovery through Canada, Our Home & Miniature Land’s small investor campaign is a way for you to own a little piece of the country you love.

 Your investment of $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 or more will buy you equity in our company, and help us to complete our first 6 “miniature destinations” and launch to the public in 2019.  Flex your passion for Canada and check how to invest on our website at www.miniatureland.ca 


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A Mini-Canada PopUp store comes to Queen Street West

We’re excited to bring a taste of the vast, tiny world that we’re creating to a PopUp store at Queen Street & Spadina in downtown Toronto.  Starting Tuesday, October  3, we’re partnering with Selftraits, makers of 3D printed selfies of you and to create mini pop-ups of our Toronto, Golden Horseshoe and Ottawa destinations in their store at 545 Queen Street West.  

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A tiny but might offer - get yourself 3D scanned, printed and placed in our miniature Canada

This Canadian Thanksgiving, we’re grateful to partner with Selftraits, a Canadian pioneer in the scanning and 3D printing of regular sized people, to create our PopUp Miniature Canada.  To celebrate, we’re making you a miniature offer you can’t refuse.   Invest in Our Home & Miniature land and we’ll scan you, 3D print you and place you in our miniature Canada, anywhere you’d like.  Like waiting for the bus in front of Toronto’s Union Station, for instance.  Drop by to immortalize your 3D mini-me in our world.


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Our Ottawa destination’s next miniature build - The Fairmont Chateau Laurier

Historical landmark.  Third Chamber of Parliament.  Home to a nation's secrets.  Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we’re building the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, in miniature. 

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Camille Wodka