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This article was published 19/10/2011 (2018 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
The secret design elements of the Manitoba Legislative Building are now being marketed as part of an international tourism campaign.
The Canadian Tourism Commission announced this morning that it has added the Hermetic Code Tour to its list of premiere tourist destinations.
The CTC’s Signature Experiences Collection is targeted to overseas visitors who are looking for unique Canadian adventures.
The Hermetic Code tour is named after the Free Press book that was inspired by local architectural historian Frank Albo, who claims to have discovered the Masonic symbolism behind the many design elements of the provincial Legislative Building.
Other high-profile Canadian destinations in the CTC package include: the CN Tower, a tour of Churchill, and New Brunswick’s Shediac Bay lobster cruises.