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Titantic stays on at exhibition hall

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Like Celine Dion's heart, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition will go on.

True North Sports & Entertainment announced the exhibit at MTS Centre Exhibition Hall across from the MTS Centre has extended its run until Sunday, July 31.

True North said in a press release the show has already attracted 65,000 visitors since opening on Feb. 12. This is the second extension of the show, and True North's general manager Kevin Donnelly says, "the exhibit must end its current run on July 31.

"So for those that haven't attended yet, they should definitely do so in the coming weeks."

The show was produced by RMS Titanic, Inc., an Atlanta-based company which has recovered approximately 5,500 artifacts from the Titanic during eight research and recovery expeditions.

The show is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. During the week, tickets are $19.95 for adults and $15.95 for seniors, children and students. Weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) tickets are $23.95 for adults and $18.95 for seniors, children and students.

-- Staff

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