Attractions Canada 2000
The Tunnels of Moose Jaw represented the province of Saskatchewan in two categories at the national level and won in one category.
Provincial Winner: Leisure and Amusement Centre, Recreational or Sporting Venue
Provincial Winner: New Attraction
National Winner: Leisure and Amusement Centre, Recreational or Sporting Venue
The third annual Attractions Canada Awards were held in May 2001, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Applicants compete in eight separate categories and must win at the provincial level to move on to the national finals. The contest is designed to recognize the unique character of Canadaâ€™s many attractions. The competition aims to promote the quality, success, innovation and diversity of Canadaâ€™s attractions, as well as give Canadians the opportunity to learn about their country. Attractions Canada is a national information program designed to raise the interest of Canadians for Canadaâ€™s attractions, from all regions of the country, which have cultural or educational value.