The main building in the Canada Pavilion resembles the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec City. It is one of several grand hotels built by Canadian Pacific Railway in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Two similar examples sponsored by Grand Trunk Pacific Railway are the Château Laurier in Ottawa and the Fort Garry Hotel in Montreal. The Châteauesque style features copper roofs, towers and turrets. After becoming popular among Canadian architects, the design resulted in some of the country’s most notable landmarks. The 30 foot totem pole by David A. Boxley is similar to those carved by the Aboriginal people and replicated in Stanley Park in Vancouver.