Honey, we’ve shrunk the team!


“Our partnership with Selftraits has been such a great experience that we thought it would be fun to create 3D mini-me’s of the team that is building Our Home & Miniature Land. And we also thought this would be a fitting tribute to this dedicated and talented group of miniature Canada builders. We even scanned Jack, our unofficial mascot. Check out some photos from the day and our mini-me group shot.”


Be a part of something small


This month we were happy to host our friend at Our Home & Miniature Land (Little Canada) and our honourable Members of Parliament, Arif Virani, MP for Parkdale-High Park, and Pam Damoff, MP for Oakville-Burlington North, at our freshly festive Pop-Up store on Queen Street West.  We took the opportunity to scan Arif and Pam while they were at Selftraits. And we just got their mini-me’s in today! Hey Arif and Pam, now we have to decide where you want your mini-me placed! PamDamoff.jpg

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A tiny but mighty 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 Pop-Up 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.

A Mini-Canada PopUp store comes to Queen Street West


Our Home & Miniature Land (Little Canada) 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.

Come see First Canadian Place, St. Lawrence Market, The Absolute Towers (aka Marilyn Monroe buildings), the Original Tim Horton’s (circa 1964), our Oktoberfest parade, and our nation’s Parliament Centre Block and Peace Tower, in tiny scale of course.


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They are also setting up our small investor campaign desk, to share the compelling investment opportunity we see for Toronto’s next big attraction.  Drop by during Selftraits business hours to say hello and ask us anything you’d like about our venture or how to invest.