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Biodiversity on tour


Canadian Geographic is compiling a series of interactive games on biodiversity for the Canada Pavilion, a federal government exhibition that travels across the country to fairs and other public events to inform Canadians about its programs and services.

Aimed at people of all ages, the games will contribute to the pavilion’s theme commemorating 2010 as the International Year of Biodiversity. Included among the games that will be available for play on touch-screen pods throughout the exhibition are a biodiversity quiz, a puzzle game and a map connecting official symbols (flags, birds and flowers) to the provinces and territories.

— Jessica Bell

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