Guest Services

FUN Fact.

FUN FactThere are 5,310 Red & White Begonias in the Floral Flag at Front Gate. It takes 10 people one day to plant the entire flag.

Guest Services


For additional information you can reach us at:

Address: 9580 Jane St., Vaughan, Ontario L6A 1S6
Telephone: 905-832-8131
Email: guestservices@canadaswonderland.com

Current Seasonal Job Opportunities

Job Code 400

JOB DUTIES:
  • Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of various water attractions, while providing professional lifeguarding
  • Opening and closing procedures
  • Enforce proper riding positions and safety procedures in a hospitable manner
  • Scanning and dispatching guests in a cordial manner
  • Ensuring area cleanliness
  • Providing excellent guest service and assistance as required
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum of 16 years of age
  • Must currently hold or be in the process of attaining a Bronze Cross or NLS certificate
  • Must pass screening; 50 metres for Shallow Water guard and 200 metres for Deep Water guard
  • Current Healthcare Provider(c) certificate (Heart and Stroke) or Level C CPR with AED training (Lifesaving Society or St. John’s Ambulance) (must provide certification at pool training)
  • Must pass an Ellis Lifeguard training course (on-site training)
  • Must be able to exit from a pool/attraction at any point without the use of ladders, steps or a zero depth exit
  • Must attend bi-weekly in-service training
  • Candidate should be energetic, confident and professional
  • Able to work for extended periods of time outdoors
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays
Job Code 701

JOB DUTIES:
  • Assist in providing technical support for all festivals, concerts, group sales events, Park’s fireworks presentations and more as assigned
  • Assist in the set-up and strike of tables, chairs, and small audio/video systems
  • Assist to maintain cleanliness in the workplace and provide a safe working environment for you and others
  • Provide technical support to the Entertainment Department and show programs
  • Perform other duties from time to time as required or assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in a Post Secondary related program for 1-year and/or 1-year related part-time work experience
  • Basic knowledge of entertainment audio, lighting, video, staging, and other technical aspects is required
  • Ideal candidates are willing to work in a “hands on” environment and accept responsibility as assigned
  • Able to multi-task and work efficiently
  • Dependable and enjoy the prospect of working in a guest oriented environment
  • Available to start working Mid-April (weekends starting Mid-April and daily starting Mid-May)
  • Able to work weekends in September and October and Statutory Holidays
  • Able to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G/G2) is an asset
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit (to accommodate for both early and late shifts)
Job Code 114

JOB DUTIES:
  • Assist with ensuring the smooth operation of assigned restaurant unit
  • Ensure compliance with the Ontario Health Regulations and the Employment Standards Act
  • Assist with job training and development of associates
  • Maintain proper receiving/storage/preparation/holding and serving of food according to standards
  • Monitor all cold /hot holding equipment and immediately report any temperature problems
  • Report electrical, mechanical, plumbing and facility problems immediately
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available to maintain department and unit consistency
  • Assist in the completion of the location’s weekly inventory as needed
  • Maintain proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces
  • Guarantee the highest standards of guest service and hospitality
  • Assist with overseeing the cash system and work with the Supervisor to operate efficiently and produce budgeted financial results
  • Assist with the creation and execution of motivational plans
  • Keep staffing levels in line with the days business as instructed by the Area Supervisors
  • Communicate with the Supervisory team on a regular basis to maintain unit consistency
  • Complete administrative duties and paperwork as required and assist in any other duties as assigned 
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary Business/Hospitality program and/or relevant experience
  • Able to work independently with minimal direct supervision
  • Previous supervisory experience is an asset
  • Must successfully complete the regional health department food handler’s program
  • Smart Serve certification is an asset
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to work under pressure, produce results, handle numerous tasks at once and meet deadlines
  • Available to work part-time shifts starting in February and weekdays starting in May through Labour Day and on weekends until the end of October
  • Able to work five shifts per week including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation outside of public transit
Job Code 116

JOB DUTIES:
  • Ensure the smooth operation of assigned restaurant unit
  • Provide direction and delegate tasks to all restaurant associates
  • Maintain proper receiving/storage/preparation/holding and serving of food according to department standards
  • Monitor all cold/hot holding equipment and immediately report any temperature problems
  • Report electrical, mechanical, plumbing and facility problems immediately
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available to maintain department and unit consistency
  • Maintain proper cleaning/sanitation practices for food/non-food contact surfaces
  • Guarantee the highest standards of guest service and hospitality
  • Provide guest service, cash, food preparation and equipment training to all restaurant associates
  • May complete the location’s weekly tasks including inventory, associate scheduling, monitoring the Mystery Shopper program and maintaining/controlling the cash system as assigned
  • Keep staffing levels in line with the days business as instructed by the Area Supervisors
  • Provide training, development and ongoing performance feedback including appraisals and corrective action
  • Liaise with Area Supervisors to operate efficiently and produce budgeted financial results
  • Create and execute motivational plans
  • Communicate with the Supervisory team to maintain unit consistency
  • Complete administrative duties and paperwork as required and assist in any other duties as assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary Business/Hospitality program and/or relevant experience and/or demonstrates required skills
  • Smart Serve certification is an asset
  • Able to work independently with minimal direct supervision
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to work under pressure, produce results, handle numerous tasks at once and meet deadlines
  • Must successfully complete the regional health department’s food handler program
  • Available to work part-time shifts starting in February and full time hours starting in May through Labour Day and on weekends until the end of October
  • Able to work five shifts per week including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation outside of public transit
Job Code 113

JOB DUTIES:
  • Ensure the smooth operation of assigned restaurant unit
  • Oversee and assist in the preparation (chopping/grating etc.) of large quantities of food in an efficient manner
  • Ensure all menu items are prepared as per recipe
  • Receive/store/prepare/hold and serve food in compliance with the Ontario Health regulations and department specifications
  • Follow proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces and equipment
  • Inventory of all products prepared and stored in fridges and freezers
  • Safe and efficient use of industrial food preparation equipment
  • Assist in ordering and food cost control
  • Assist in other areas of the kitchen as required
  • Any additional duties outlined by the Executive Chef or the Supervisory team
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary Culinary program or related course or possess relevant past work experience
  • Past experience in a high volume, fast paced restaurant kitchen environment is an asset
  • Previous leadership experience is an asset
  • Able to follow metric and imperial recipes
  • Sound knowledge of a variety of kitchen equipment
  • Available to work part-time shifts in April and full-time shifts starting in May through Labour Day, and on weekends until the end of October
  • Able to work flexible shifts including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 101

JOB DUTIES:
  • Cook and prepare food items according to cooking instructions at assigned location
  • Ensure all menu items are prepared as per “Picture Perfect” system (as designed by the Dept.)
  • Receive/store/prepare/hold and serve food in compliance with the Ontario Health regulations and department specifications
  • Follow proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces and equipment
  • Practice proper personal hygiene on a daily basis
  • Operate equipment according to manufacturers specifications and department safety policies
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available
  • Address any guest questions and concerns regarding the location/park
  • Assist in any other duties assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum 16 years of age
  • Good communication skills
  • An interest in food preparation
  • Team oriented
  • Must successfully complete the regional health department food handler’s program
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Able to work on weekends in May, June, September and October, and five shifts per week in the summer
  • Able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Able to work in varying weather conditions (depending on your location)
Job Code 108

JOB DUTIES:
  • Prepare large quantities of food (i.e.; chopping/grating) in an efficient manner
  • Cook food items according to instructions at assigned location
  • Ensure all menu items are prepared as per “Picture Perfect” system (as designed by the Dept.)
  • Receive/store/prepare/hold and serve food in compliance with the Ontario Health regulations and department specifications
  • Follow proper cleaning and sanitation practices for food and non-food contact surfaces and equipment
  • Practice proper personal hygiene on a daily basis
  • Operate equipment according to manufacturers specifications and department safety policies
  • Ensure all menu items and food supplies are available
  • Provide service to our Guests and Associates
  • Assist in other areas of the kitchen and Park locations as required
  • Any additional duties outlined by the Executive Chef
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Previous experience working in a fast paced, high volume kitchen environment is required
  • Current Food Safety certificate required (in park)
  • Able to follow metric and imperial recipes
  • Sound knowledge of a variety of kitchen equipment
  • Available to work part-time shifts starting in April and full time hours including weekdays in May
  • Able to work five shifts per week including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 209

JOB DUTIES:
  • Provide exceptional and friendly guest service
  • Sell games to our guests; drive sales and per caps
  • Operate games in a safe manner
  • Ensure proper cash handling procedures
  • Address and rectify guest complaints and concerns
  • Assist in maintaining prize display/presentation of game locations
  • Assist in maintaining stock levels of game locations and games area
  • Exceed the park’s cleanliness standards
  • Adhere to the park’s health and safety standards
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum 15 years of age
  • Must pass a sales audition
  • Energetic and enthusiastic personality
  • Self-motivated
  • Display strong verbal communication skills
  • Works well in fast-paced environment
  • Able to work on weekends in May, June, September, and October
  • Required to work five days a week during the summer and flexible hours, including evenings, on weekends and holidays
Job Code 920

JOB DUTIES:
  • Entering job offer information into JobNet to prepare seasonal associate contracts
  • Documentation of seasonal associates
  • Data entry including keying associate SIN, date of birth, tax, wage, job and location information
  • Process employment system activity changes including ‘Status Change’ and ‘Termination’ forms as required
  • Facilitating park orientation sessions for up to 300 new associates per week
  • Maintain training facilities and training supplies
  • Maintain seasonal associate files by filing personal documents in an accurate and timely manner
  • Respond to inquiries both in person and over the telephone
  • Assist the Recruitment team with prescreening, and reception duties as needed
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in a post secondary Human Resources Management program or equivalent is an asset
  • Experience working with Windows’ based programs
  • Data entry experience required
  • Accurate, detail oriented and efficient in the completion of tasks
  • Demonstrate a professional, positive and confident manner
  • Superior oral and written communication skills and the ability to speak in front of large groups
  • Highly organized and able to multi-task
  • Able to work flexible shifts including evenings and on weekends
Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.

Job Purpose:

Ability to draw and sell quickly in a fast paced environment, caricatures or airbrush items and other retail related items to the general public. Artist is expected to be able to complete a sketch within the established time frame of 5 minutes or less while conducting a ‘family friendly’ interaction with the guest. In addition, the Associate will:

Duties:
• Demonstrate and maintain excellent internal and external customer relations.
• Interact with guests with artwork demonstration, selling artwork, mats and frames..
• Requires accurate cash handling both manually, with cash register and documentation of sales.
• Become familiar with and ensure compliance with all KAS and park policies, practices and procedures as well as governmental regulations.
• Keep accurate track of inventory.
• Assure property is clean, orderly, safe, attractive and properly merchandised on a daily basis.
• Solicit and help market sales for KAS for our on-line store and Special Events Services.
• Continue to seek additional revenue opportunities to grow the business at assigned park.
• Communicate on a daily basis with Supervisor.
• Other Duties as assigned by KAS Management.

Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.
Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.

Job Purpose:
Promote, produce and sell a variety of hand painted face paint and Henna designs in open-air studios to the general public In addition, the Face Paint and Henna Tattoo Artisan Associate will:

Duties:
• Demonstrate and maintain excellent internal and external customer relations.
• Interact with guests in a fast-paced environment.
• Requires accurate cash handling both manually, with cash register and documentation of sales.
• Become familiar with and ensure compliance with all KAS and park policies, practices and procedures as well as governmental regulations.
• Keep accurate track of inventory.
• Assures property is clean, orderly, safe, attractive and properly merchandised on a daily basis.
• Solicit and help market sales for KAS for our on-line store and Special Events Services.
• Continue to seek additional revenue opportunities to grow the business at assigned park.
• Communicate on a daily basis with Supervisor.
• Other Duties as assigned by Management.

Candidates should directly apply at Kamans Art Canada or contact Seth at sethw@kamansart.com.
Job Code 741

JOB DUTIES:
  • May conduct repairs on fiberglass units including; rides or other projects as assigned which involves preparing fiberglass (sanding and filing) for painting
  • May perform daily preventative maintenance checks on waterslides and subsequent repairs
  • May assist with the fabrication of new fiberglass units
  • May construct new moulds and patterns and select resins to be used
  • May assist with monitoring daily activities of Waterpark Technicians
  • May perform on-the-job repairs while the park is in operation
  • May spray paint ride units and other fiberglass objects throughout the park
  • Perform preventative maintenance on tools and equipment
  • Other duties as required within the Facilities Department
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Interest in or proven skills working with fiberglass or auto body repairs
  • Familiar and comfortable working with a variety of shop tools
  • Able to work at heights of up to 30m
  • Supply both safety and soft sole shoes (non-marking)
  • Must be able to swim if assigned to work on a waterslide
  • Previous experience in mould construction, patterns and lay ups of fiberglass parts is an asset
  • Must have a reliable source of transportation outside of public transit
  • Able to work flexible shifts (starting at 6am) including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License (class G/G2)
  • May require heavy lifting up to 50 lbs
Job Code 762

JOB DUTIES:
  • Issue parts and supplies to maintenance staff and other departments
  • Monitor stock levels and notify purchasing to reorder 
  • Maintain record of pending purchase orders
  • Match purchase orders to goods received in Warehouse
  • Accurately complete inventory control forms
  • Ensure the office receives all paperwork on a daily basis
  • Receive goods and monitor stock levels
  • Deliver office supplies to the administration and maintenance offices as required
  • Ensure food supplies in the maintenance lunchroom are fully stocked
  • Other duties as required
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • General knowledge of maintenance/hardware supplies and parts is essential
  • Ideal candidates are detail oriented and are well organized, with the ability to work under minimal supervision
  • Able to function in a service oriented environment
  • Available to work a variety of rotating shifts from 6:00am to 11:00pm
  • Candidate must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License, should a position be offered, the candidate must provide an abstract of their driving record
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 716

JOB DUTIES:
  • Maintaining the mechanical areas, equipment and quality of water in the pools and waterways throughout the facility
  • Assist more senior staff in the Utilities Department
  • Responsible for the condition of the assigned areas and equipment and will be instructed on the basics of plumbing, plumbing related mechanical equipment, pool and waterway maintenance and the chemical treatment these waters
  • Organize, document and perform with minimal supervision after having completed the training and becoming familiar with the facility
  • Use colour comparator test equipment, results and understand the automated chemical controls system and its components
  • May assist with training of junior team members
  • May read flow meters, gauges and other recording devises
  • May monitor and inspect plant equipment and systems for normal operation
  • May collect, test and analyze water samples for chemical and bacterial analysis
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in or graduate of an Environmental/Chemical Engineering post-secondary program or previous experience in plumbing, pool maintenance or chemical treatment
  • Positive attitude, a willingness to learn and good work ethic
  • Interact well with other team members and accept direction from more senior staff
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
  • Able to use the colour comparator test equipment
  • Possess a valid Ontario driver’s license (class G/G2)
  • Provide own CSA approved work shoes
  • Must be able to swim as employees may be required to enter the water/pools to clean debris and surfaces
  • Available for rotating shifts starting at 6:00am with a 7 on, 3 off; 7 on, 4 off shift schedule that will cover days, afternoons, on weekends and statutory holidays
Job Code 776

JOB DUTIES:

Operate heavy equipment related to specific elements of the property maintenance program in either of the following areas:
  • Site clean-up (street scrubber, vehicle mounted hot water pressure washer)
  • As required, and with appropriate training, operate machinery to assist in the implementation of other property maintenance programs, including site washdown/recovery (pavement washdown, waste handling/recovery, litter control, pressure washing, general clean-up) or turf maintenance (mowing, trimming, seeding, sodding, fertilizing, aerating, topdressing, irrigating), or vehicle/equipment maintenance (cleaning, sanding, hand painting)
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma preferred
  • Minimum two (2) years experience in the operation and routine preventive maintenance of various types of heavy commercial equipment in a commercial, municipal or golf course setting
  • CCHT (Canadian Certified Horticultural Technician)-Landscape Maintenance designation is an asset
  • Familiarity with Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license (class G/G2) with a clean abstract
  • C.P.R. Basic Rescuer/First Aid is an asset
  • Able to meet the physical requirements of the job including: bending, lifting, utilizing hand tools and working in various weather conditions
  • Able to work co-operatively in a team setting
  • Work a flexible, rotating shift schedule (7 on 3 off, 7 on 4 off)
  • Ability to work 12:00am to 9:00am during the full time operating season, averaging 40 hours per week with frequent overtime
  • Must provide own CSA approved safety footwear
Job Code 760

JOB DUTIES:
  • Issue parts and supplies to maintenance staff
  • Accurately complete inventory control forms
  • Ensure the office receives all paperwork on a daily basis
  • Receive goods and monitor stock levels
  • Deliver office supplies to the administration and maintenance offices as required
  • Ensure food supplies in the maintenance lunchroom are fully stocked
  • Other duties as required
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • General knowledge of maintenance/hardware supplies and parts is essential
  • Job related experience or enrolled in post secondary related program (including Mechanical Engineering) preferred
  • Knowledge of MS Word, Excel and AutoCAD is an asset
  • Ideal candidates are detail oriented and are well organized, with the ability to work under minimal supervision
  • Able to function in a service oriented environment
  • Available to work a variety of shifts from 6:00am to 11:00pm
  • Must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G/G2), should a position be offered, the candidate must provide an abstract of their driving record
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit
Job Code 420

JOB DUTIES:
  • Maintain park and location cleanliness
  • Sweeping of walkways, grounds and emptying garbage cans
  • Promote hospitality and interact with park guests
  • Operation of compactors

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Minimum 16 years of age
  • Candidates should be energetic, confident and professional
  • Able to work for extended periods of time outdoors
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends
  • Able to work required shifts within the park operating season
Job Code 705

JOB DUTIES:
  • Duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Install, operate, and strike all festivals, concerts, fireworks presentations, group sales gatherings, and other special events related to the Technical & Event Services Department as assigned
  • Provide technical support to other departments as needed
  • Ensure cleanliness in the workplace and provide a safe working environment for yourself and others
  • Repair or initiate repair of all breakdowns in your area of responsibility
  • Provide technical support to the Entertainment Department and show programs
  • Perform other duties from time to time as required or assigned
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Enrolled in a Post Secondary related program for 2-years and/or 1-year related full-time work experience
  • 2-years work experience within the Technical & Event Services Department
  • Operating and set-up knowledge of entertainment audio, lighting, video, staging, and other technical aspects as required
  • Ideal candidates are willing to work in a “hands on” environment and accept responsibility as assigned
  • Able to multi-task, work efficiently and work outdoors in all types of weather conditions
  • Able to work Statutory Holiday
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G/G2)
  • Reliable source of transportation, outside of public transit (to accommodate for both early and late shifts)
Job Code 906

JOB DUTIES:
  • Perform alterations and repairs to uniform items including: hemming pants; various embroidery projects; cresting shirts; and damaged uniform repairs
  • Perform special sewing projects for park operation as required including: heavy duty stitching; special design items; and worn material repair
  • Perform laundry duties
  • Perform employee uniform fittings
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Previous sewing related experience a must
  • Experience with industrial machines is an asset (i.e. straight stitch, blind stitch, serging, and walking foot machines)
  • Demonstrate a professional manner
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines and work independently
  • Detail/quality oriented and self-motivated
  • Highly organized and flexible
  • Able to work 5 shifts per week including weekends/evenings
Candidates should send their resume directly to Subway at wonderlandhire@subwaygroup.ca

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Sandwich Artist® greets and serves guests, prepares product, maintains food safety and sanitation standards, and handles or processes light paperwork. Exceptional customer service is a major component of this position.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Exhibits a cheerful and helpful manner while greeting guests and preparing their orders.
  • Demonstrates a complete understanding of menu items and explains them to guests accurately.
  • Uses Point of Sale system/cash register to record the order and compute the amount of the bill. Collects payment from guests and makes change.
  • Performs Cash-In Procedure- accounting for all forms of money, bread, etc., during the shift.
  • Prepares food neatly, according to formula, and in a timely manner.
  • Checks products in sandwich unit area and restocks items to ensure a sufficient supply throughout the shift.
  • Understands and adheres to proper food handling, safety and sanitation standards during food preparation, service and clean up.
  • Cleans and maintains all areas of the restaurant to promote a clean image. Understands and adheres to the 3-step method for cleaning.
  • Understands and adheres to all quality standards, formulas and procedures as outlined in the SUBWAY® Operations Manual.
  • Maintains a professional appearance and grooming standards as outlined in the SUBWAY® Operations Manual.
  • Performs light paperwork duties as assigned.
  • Completes University of SUBWAY® courses as directed.

PREREQUISITES:
  • Education: Some high school or equivalent.
  • Experience & Skills: No previous experience required. Ability to understand and implement written and verbal instruction.
  • Physical: Must be able to work any area of the restaurant when needed and to operate a computerized Point of Sale system/cash register. Position requires bending, standing, and walking the entire workday. Must have the ability to lift 10 pounds frequently and up to 30 pounds occasionally.

Candidates should send their resume directly to Subway at wonderlandhire@subwaygroup.ca.
Interested candidates should apply at Wax Hands Fun Zone or email info@waxhandsfunzone.com.

As a Wax Hands artist, you will be creating hand impressions out of wax for Canada’s Wonderland guests.

JOB DUTIES:
  • Create hand impressions out of wax for guests visiting at Canada's Wonderland
  • Promote other products and features for the wax hand
  • Interact with guests (children and adults) in a fast-paced environment
  • Work efficiently while interacting with other team members
  • Operate a cash register and accurately document sales
  • Maintain a clean, neat and safe work area
  • Refill and bring supplies from storage area
  • Promote other products and features for the wax hands
  • Any other duties assigned by management or supervisor
JOB REQUIREMENTS:
  • Artistic background is an asset but it is not a requirement as training is provided
  • Ability to multitask, stand for long periods of time and work in fast paced team environment.
  • Very good communication and customer service skills (second language is an asset)
  • Ability to communicate with children and adults
  • Available to work flexible hours, including evenings, on weekends and holidays
  • Ability to work in varying weather conditions

Interested candidates should apply at www.waxhandsfunzone.com or email their resume to info@waxhandsfunzone.com.

Current Permanent Career Opportunities

CANDIDATE PROFILE: The ideal candidate will have a proven history of successful leadership in the maintenance of amusement rides and equipment. This individual will have several years of direct experience in amusement ride maintenance or the maintenance of complex industrial machinery, with in-depth knowledge of the repair and maintenance of hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, gearboxes, large chains, sprockets, and various types of bearings and rotating equipment. This person must be able to manage a large and diverse staff and keep them focused, motivated, and working safely and efficiently at all times. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, with a proven track record of developing a successful team, and be able to remain calm and effective in stressful situations.

SCOPE OF POSITION: To effectively manage the Rides Maintenance Department including the co-ordination of rides mechanical and electrical activities which include the regular inspection, repair, and maintenance of amusement rides and associated equipment. Ensure the smooth and safe functioning and availability of all rides. Schedule and manage all required inspections and preventive maintenance tasks. Ensure compliance with all applicable codes, standards and regulations. Direct the activities of supervisors and foremen and a large staff of tradesmen, including industrial millwrights, heavy equipment mechanics, industrial electricians, CWB welders, machinists, carpenters, and others. Provide leadership to the department by counseling, teaching, and developing all employees. Oversee the smooth execution of purchasing, park stores, assigned projects and/or jobs in an efficient and safe manner. Order parts as required and prepare and administer departmental budgets. Assist the Director with the strategic development of the capital long-range plan and operating budget.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Manage rides maintenance preventative programs, upgrades and rebuilds
  • Liaison with Construction Manager on all ride installation projects
  • Budget planning, development and control
  • Manage all estimates and scheduling for each project
  • Maintain all required records, reports and drawings for each project
  • Identify and gain approval for all necessary permits with appropriate governing bodies
  • Oversee work in progress to ensure compliance with established plans, specifications, contracts, schedules and standards of quality and safety
  • Responsible for managing all hiring, procedures, scheduling, staff training and development

REQUIRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
  • Proven abilities to manage schedules and projects
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Minimum five (5) years of experience supervising in a fast paced-diverse environment
  • Post-secondary education and/or license in a related field
  • Prior use of AutoCAD, excel and word an asset
  • Superior organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a deadline oriented environment
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license

ONLY QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL BE CONTACTED
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Human Resource Division, 9580 Jane Street Vaughan, Ontario
fax 905-832-7545 e-mail susan.edwards@canadaswonderland.com

A Quick Guide To The Most Common Questions

Canada’s Wonderland offers ample parking adjacent to the Park. Parking for autos and vans costs $20.00 per vehicle. Parking for RVs and campers is $25.00. Disabled parking is available. 

A drop-off and pick-up area is located on the east side of the main parking lot, off of Jane Street between Norwood Avenue and Avro Avenue.
Lockers are located at the Front Gate adjacent to Thrills are Wonderland and inside the entrance of Splash Works. The all-day rental fee for these lockers ranges from $15 to $30 depending on the size of the locker and the time of the season. Canada's Wonderland assumes no liability for items in the locker.
Some attractions may close in inclement weather until conditions permit safe operation. Please enjoy a live show, meal or shopping until such weather passes. Canada’s Wonderland cannot issue rain checks or refunds for inclement weather.
ATMs are available in the following locations:
  • Just inside the Park beside Stroller, Locker and Wheelchair Rental at the Front Gate
  • KidZville (beside Guest Services)
  • Splash Works (two locations)
  • Backlot Café
  • Action Zone (Crystal Arcade)
  • Medieval Faire (Arcadium)
  • Outside Thunder Run (at exit)

Please refer to our Park Map for exact locations of ATMs.
No outside food, beverages or coolers are allowed to be brought into Canada’s Wonderland. However, baby food and formula are permitted as is plastic bottled water. Guests with baskets, coolers and personal picnic items are welcome to use the public picnic pavilion located just outside our front gates. Those with medical dietary needs will be considered. Visit Special Dietary Needs at Canada's Wonderland for more information about options available to guests.

No need to panic. We can have your tickets printed for you at any Ticket Seller's window or Guest Services. You will need the credit card you used to purchase the e-ticket and your confirmation number.
Baby bottles can be warmed up in most of our restaurants as well as our Baby Care Centres located in KidZville and Medieval Faire. Diaper changing areas and/or family restrooms are also available in the Park. For the exact location of each facility, please check our Park Map.
All items that are found arrive at our Lost and Found Centre at Guest Services located at the Front Gate. If you lose an item on a ride, please notify a ride attendant and go to Guest Services to file a Lost and Found Report. In order to keep the ride in operation, an immediate search is not possible. If you have found an item in the park, please notify security personnel.
Only guide dogs / service animals are permitted in the park. Canada’s Wonderland provides an air-conditioned facility where guests may keep their pet (dogs and cats only) during their visit for a daily fee of $6. This self serve facility requires that pet owners provide care for their pet including water, food and exercise. The facility is equipped with a water faucet, bowls and kennel cages for guest use. Pets must be kept in one of the provided cages. For the comfort of your pet they must be able to stand and turn around in the cage. The largest cage available is 71cm (H) x 116cm (W) x 68cm (D). Please do not leave pets inside your vehicle.
For our guests convenience we offer single and double strollers for one day rental. All rentals are on a first come basis and may not be reserved in advance. The rental fee for a single stroller is $15 (+$5 deposit) and for a double stroller is $25 (+$5 deposit). The deposit is refunded upon the satisfactory return of the stroller.

A limited number of wheelchairs and electronic convenience vehicles (ECV) are available for one day rental. All rentals are on a first come basis and may not be reserved in advance. It is recommended that guests bring their own wheelchairs. A one day rental of a manual wheelchair is $15 (+ $5 deposit) and an ECV is $45 (+ $50 deposit). The deposit is refunded upon the satisfactory return of equipment.
Guests can receive full credit on their admission towards the purchase of a 2015 Season Pass. Stop by any ticket window at Front Gate for details during your visit. Upgrading your admission towards a 2015 Season Pass must be done during the same day of your visit.
If you forget to bring your Season Pass, please proceed to the Guest Services window located at Front Gate. A replacement fee will be assessed if you lose your Season Pass.
Guests under the age of 3 do not require an admission ticket to Canada’s Wonderland. Any guest that is 3 years of age or older requires an admission ticket.
Admission tickets and Season Passes are non-refundable and non-exchangeable for any reason after the order transaction is complete at Front Gate, online through our website, by phone or when purchased at a participating retailer. This includes weather related events. We do not issue rain checks. Please check local weather conditions prior to planning your visit.
We are pleased to offer a discount off the regular Front Gate admission price to active members of the military. This discount is available only at the park and is valid for up to six (6) family members. A valid military ID must be presented to receive this offer.
If you wish to leave the park and return on the same day, please have your hand stamped at Front Gate.
Canada's Wonderland offers a discount for seniors (age 60 and older) on both general admission and Seasons Passes.
All drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems) are prohibited at (in) all Cedar Fair parks, including Canada's Wonderland, and any unauthorized drone(s) observed over Canada's Wonderland will be reported to Transportation Canada and local law enforcement, regardless of its point of origin or operation. Drones may pose a potential safety risk and may violate Transportation Canada Guidelines.

Helpful Tips

A guest's height is an important safety factor on many rides and attractions. Children can be measured at our Height Check Stations located on either side of International Street. Colour-coded wristbands are provided at these locations and correspond to the colour found on the Rules and Regulations signs located at the entrance of each ride. For the safety of your child, shoes that contribute excessively to height should not be worn. We reserve the right to ask that shoes be removed to ensure that a child’s height is not being artificially enhanced or manipulated. If the Height Check Station is closed, a wristband can be obtained at the station of any ride as long as the guest meets the height requirement of that ride.
Speed to the front of the line of the park's most popular rides with Fast Lane and Fast Lane Plus. Limited waiting. Unlimited access. A limited number of Fast Lane and Fast Lane Plus passes are available each day. We recommend that you get your Fast Lane passes in advance online. To use your Fast Lane pass, look for the Fast Lane sign near the entrance / exits of an attraction. 

Wear comfortable broken in shoes. Wear cotton clothing as it is light and dries quicker on water rides such as White Water Canyon and Timberwolf Falls. And, you may want to bring an extra pair of dry socks! Please note that shoes are required on all rides and shirts must be worn at all times outside of Splash Works.
Guests with disabilities can find information regarding Park accessibility under our Guest with Disabilities section. Guests should also stop by Guest Services located at Front Gate upon arrival regarding Park and ride accessibility, and to review the Guest Assistance Guide. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for rental on a first-come, first-served basis at the Front Gate.
Plan to visit the Park when attendance is lightest. Best bets: weekdays during the spring / summer and any day the Park is open in the months of May, September & October. Don’t let a few clouds, or even rain, keep you from enjoying a great day at Canada’s Wonderland. Days with inclement weather can be the best time to visit because wait times are minimal and fewer guests are in the Park. The Park is open as scheduled (usually with almost all rides operating), rain or shine.
Canada's Wonderland is your Splash Headquarters for the summer, included free with Park admission. Don’t forget to bring appropriate swimwear so you can splish, splash and laugh in our 20 acre waterpark! Check Splash Works Hours of Operation HERE.

Things best to know before you go.

A guest's height is an important safety factor on many rides and attractions. Children can be measured at our Height Check Stations located on either side of International Street. Colour-coded wristbands are provided at these locations and correspond to the colour found on the Rules and Regulations signs located at the entrance of each ride. For the safety of your child, shoes that contribute excessively to height should not be worn. We reserve the right to ask that shoes be removed to ensure that a child’s height is not being artificially enhanced or manipulated. If the Height Check Station is closed, a wristband can be obtained at the station of any ride as long as the guest meets the height requirement of that ride.
First Aid is located in Medieval Faire beside the Spinovator ride and is staffed by certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) at all times. If you need medical assistance please tell any park employee and he/she will call First Aid and have an EMT dispatched to your location. Medication cannot be dispensed to minors without parental consent.
The safety of our guests and associates is our number one priority. We need your assistance in an effort to make the park entry process as efficient as possible. Here's how you can help:
  •  Please leave all non-essential purses, backpacks, book bags, fanny packs and other bags and packages at home or locked in the trunk of your car.
  •  You will be asked to open purses, backpacks or other bags for inspection upon entry.
  •  Please note that food and drinks MAY NOT be brought into the park. Plastic bottled water is permitted as is baby food and formula.
Weapons of any kind and illegal substances are not permitted on Canada’s Wonderland Property. If these items are found during a search, the items and the individual may be turned over to law enforcement.
No outside food, beverages or coolers are allowed to be brought into Canada’s Wonderland. However, baby food and formula are permitted as is plastic bottled water. Guests with baskets, coolers and personal picnic items are welcome to use the public picnic pavilion located just outside our front gates. Those with medical dietary needs will be considered. Visit Special Dietary Needs at Canada's Wonderland for more information about options available to guests.

Alcohol can only be purchased by persons over the age of 19 with valid government issued photo I.D. Alcohol must also stay on venue premises and cannot be consumed or taken out of the specified area.
Rides will close due to extreme temperatures and adverse weather conditions - particularly heavy rain, high winds and/or lightning. This is to ensure that the safety of all our guests is not compromised in unpredictable weather. A dashboard located inside Front Gate Guest Services can provide information on which rides are in operation. A specific answer as to when closed rides will return to operation is not possible because varying degrees of inclement weather cause different effects on different rides. Please be assured that Canada’s Wonderland makes every effort to reopen the rides as quickly and safely as possible after the adverse weather conditions cease. No refunds or rainchecks will be issued due to adverse weather conditions.
Electronic lockers are available for all day rental. Lockers are located at the front gate entrance and at the Splash Works water park. The all day rental fee ranges from $15 to $30 depending on the size of the locker and the time of the season. Prices include tax and are subject to change without notice. Credit card and cash are accepted. 

Please Note: loose articles must be left with a non-rider or in a locker before riding Wonder Mountain's Guardian (lockers are available near the exit of ride).

For the comfort of all our guests, smoking is not permitted in any areas except designated smoking areas. There is no smoking in KidZville and Planet Snoopy, or any restaurants, outdoor patios, live entertainment venues (International Showplace, Kingswood Music Theatre, and Action Theatre), or shops.

There are five designated smoking areas in the Park located in the following areas:
  • Outside the Main Entrance,
  • Outside of Wonderland Theatre at the entrance of Medieval Faire,
  • Near the entrance of Wild Beast in Medieval Faire,
  • At the south side of International Street,
  • By Swings of the Century,
  • Near the entrance of Splash Works,
  • Near the lockers by Splash Works
Designated smoking areas are clearly marked. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Only guide dogs / service animals are permitted in the park. Canada’s Wonderland provides an air-conditioned facility where guests may keep their pet (dogs and cats only) during their visit for a daily fee of $6. This self serve facility requires that pet owners provide care for their pet including water, food and exercise. The facility is equipped with a water faucet, bowls and kennel cages for guest use. Pets must be kept in one of the provided cages. For the comfort of your pet they must be able to stand and turn around in the cage. The largest cage available is 71cm (H) x 116cm (W) x 68cm (D). Please do not leave pets inside your vehicle.
MasterCard, VISA, American Express, Interact Direct Payment, US and Canadian traveller’s cheques, are gladly accepted for admission. For more information, please stop by Guest Services located at the Front Gate and in Kidzville.
Before exiting the park, please ensure that you have a legible stamp on your hand. If your stamp is worn or has been washed off, please present your ticket stub to any of our admission staff located at the Front Gate for a new stamp.
Line Jumping is defined as “CUTTING IN FRONT OF OTHER WAITING GUESTS, LEAVING THE LINE THEN ATTEMPTING TO RE-ENTER. THIS INCLUDES USING THE RESTROOM FACILITIES OR TO PURCHASE FOOD OR DRINKS.” Once you leave your place in line, you have forfeited it, no matter what the reason. Saving a place in line is simply not permitted.
All drones (Unmanned Aerial Systems) are prohibited at (in) all Cedar Fair parks, including Canada's Wonderland, and any unauthorized drone(s) observed over Canada's Wonderland will be reported to Transportation Canada and local law enforcement, regardless of its point of origin or operation. Drones may pose a potential safety risk and may violate Transportation Canada Guidelines.
Shirts and shoes must be worn in the Park at all times, including entering or exiting. Swimwear must be sufficiently covered. Clothing with profanity, obscene gestures or statements, pictures of illegal substances, costumes or disguises that conceal identity is prohibited.  

Information For Guests With Disabilities

At Canada's Wonderland we are proud of our reputation for accommodating guests with disabilities through our Ride Admission Policy and Alternate Access Entrances. To continue to provide equal access for all guests, be aware that all guests with mobility impairments or ASD will now receive a Ride Boarding Pass with wait times. The Ride Boarding Pass Program allows guests to access rides at specified times via the exit ramp in order to avoid crowds and waiting in the regular queue lines.
You may be asking yourself whether Canada's Wonderland is appropriate for guests with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or whether your loved one on the spectrum will be able to handle the theme park experience. Canada's Wonderland has taken steps to be well-prepared to welcome and provide accommodations for all types of disabilities, including autism and related disorders. CLICK HERE for more information.
 
Canada’s Wonderland is dedicated to providing world-class customer service to all guests visiting Canada’s Wonderland and making it fully accessible to all members of the community and to offering a fair and equitable employment experience.

Canada’s Wonderland’s Accessibility Policy supports the full inclusion of persons with disabilities as set out in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Ontario Human Rights Code, the Ontarians with Disabilities Act (ODA) 2001, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Canada’s Wonderland is committed to giving all guests with disabilities the same opportunity to enjoy and benefit from our services and attractions in a similar way as other guests.  The Company is equally committed to providing accommodations to persons with disabilities so that they may pursue and enjoy employment opportunities in a similar way as other applicants and employees.

Policies have been prepared that outline the Company's compliance with AODA regulations and what our guests and employees may expect from us.  They are intended to benefit all disabilities, whether readily apparent or not, and to ensure that everyone is treated with courtesy and respect.

Canada’s Wonderland Ride Admission Policy and Alternate Access entrances are designed to help guests with restricted mobility safely experience the rides. For information regarding Ride Admission Policy and Alternate Access entrances, please CLICK HERE.
To better assist guests who have a hearing impairment, Canada's Wonderland has a TTY device that can be reached at (905) 832-7503.
For guests with vision loss, a braille guidebook with park information is available at Front Gate Guest Services. A select number of these guidebooks are available and must be returned at the end of each visit. 
Accessible Parking is available for vehicles with valid permits on either side of the Front Gate plaza. Wheeltrans or other transportation may drop off guests with disabilities at Front Gate. An entrance for guests with mobility disabilities is clearly signed at the Front Gate.
Private washroom facilities for guests needing the assistance of another guest are available at all major washroom locations. Wheelchair accessible stalls are located at all main washroom facilities. These washrooms are signed accordingly and located in all areas throughout the Park. Family Washrooms are available at all major washroom locations which will accommodate a guest and a support person of any gender.
All main restaurant locations are accessible to guests in wheelchairs. Some food service locations throughout the Park may present difficulties for guests in wheelchairs. Please ask our employees for assistance at these locations.

Guests with vision impairments may ask our employees for assistance with obtaining information on menu items and prices.

Our employees will be happy to assist with orders and bringing items to tables.
A limited number of wheelchairs and electronic convenience vehicles (ECV) are available for one day rental. All rentals are on a first come basis and may not be reserved in advance. It is recommended that guests bring their own wheelchairs.

A one day rental of a manual wheelchair is $15 (+ $5 deposit) and an ECV is $45 (+ $50 deposit). The deposit is refunded upon the satisfactory return of equipment.
Oversized change/dressing rooms are located in the Splash Surf Shop and the Locker Room retail stores. Guests with mobility disabilities, or who need a support person with them, can utilize these rooms.
Guests with casts and braces will be restricted from riding rides where the cast or brace will not fit inside the ride unit or where it will present a hazard to the guest or others. Guests with full arm (elbow restricted) and full leg (knee restricted) casts or braces are restricted from most rides and slides at Canada’s Wonderland. We suggest you delay your visit until the cast is removed.

Leg and foot casts are not permitted on Time Warp.

Casts of any type (forearm, hand, wrist, partial lef, etc.) are not permitted on Behemoth,  Leviathan, Sledge Hammer, Launch Pad and some Splash Works attractions.

For full details please CLICK HERE to view the Ride Admission Policy Grid.

Guests with any type of prosthesis should not ride Behemoth, Leviathan, Drop Tower, Flight Deck, Psyclone, Riptide, Shockwave, Silver Streak, Sledge Hammer, Swing of the Century and Windseeker unless they can ensure the device is properly secured and will remain in place during the ride. Due to manufacturer requirements at Behemoth and Leviathan, any lower body amputations must be below the ankle.

Due to manufacturer requirements at WindSeeker, a guest with more than one lower body amputation (below the knee) are not permitted to ride.

Guests with prosthetics which do not have any exposed metal parts are generally permitted on all Splash Works attractions. Please consult with a member of our Aquatics Supervisory Team prior to riding to ensure that you have a safe riding experience.

For full details please CLICK HERE to view the Ride Admission Policy Grid.



Magnetics are used at the following attractions:
  • Backlot Stunt Coaster
  • Behemoth
  • Drop Tower
  • Wonder Mountain's Guardian
  • Leviathan
Guests with medical devices sensitive to magnetic fields (pacemakers, hearing aids, etc.), should consider these factors when deciding to ride. 
Due to the dynamic nature of rides, oxygen tanks are not permitted on most attractions. Please consult with Guest Services to speak with a member of management to discuss available rides. Oxygen tanks are permitted in all restaurants, shops and entertainment venues. 
Many attractions utilize special effects including strobe lighting and specialty ride lights that may impact guests with certain medical conditions.

Attractions utilizing these effects include:
  • Backlot Stunt Coaster
  • Behemoth
  • Boo Blasters
  • Flight Deck
  • Ghoster Coaster
  • Wonder Mountain's Guardian
  • Leviathan
  • Taxi Jam
  • The Fly
  • Thunder Run
  • WindSeeker 
Canada’s Wonderland’s show, special event, and catering venues are accessible to guests with disabilities. There are viewing areas to accommodate guests in wheelchairs although they are limited. Please speak with an usher in advance for assistance with entrance and seating for the guest with a disability and other members of the guest’s party.

Arthur's Baye - Wheelchair seating available near The Marketplace Buffet.

International Showplace - An outdoor amphitheatre with tent covered bench seating. Wheelchair seating available at the front and rear of the house.

KidZville Playhouse - An outdoor children's theatre with tent covered bench seating. Wheelchair seating available at the rear of the house.

Wonderland Theatre - An indoor, air-conditioned theatre with wheelchair seating available at the front, middle, and rear of the house.


Service animals are welcome at Canada’s Wonderland. A service animal is defined as a dog or miniature pony that has been individually trained to perform tasks for a person with disabilities. We may ask you what task your service animal performs for you. Service animals must be physically controlled on a leash or harness at all times while on our property. There is a limit of one service animal per guest. Due to the nature of most rides, service animals must remain with a non-riding member of the guest's party. Canada's Wonderland ride attendants are not permitted to take control of service animals. Guests whose service animals demonstrate aggressive actions toward our guests or employees will be directed to remove the animal from the Park.

Service animals are not permitted in water attractions, wet decks, wading pools, or lazy rivers. Service animals may be taken on Antique Carrousel and Character Carrousel in the "chariot" seating areas and Action Theatre.

Please stop by Guest Services for more information.
Our First Aid Centre is staffed at all times during Park operating hours. Refrigeration for medication, with the exception of bee sting anaphylaxis kits, is available at First Aid, and medical equipment can be stored. The First Aid Centre is located behind Spinovator in Medieval Faire.

Special Dietary Needs

  • Backlot Café – Gluten Free Personal Pizza, Gluten Free Chicken Fingers and Fries, Assorted Snacks (muffins and cookies), & Salad Design Station
  • Chippery – Fresh made potato chips (plain)
  • Cotton candy
  • Dairy Queen – All Sundaes, Soft-Serve without Cone and Skor Blizzard
  • Dippin’ Dots – All products except Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Cookies ‘n Cream
  • International Gelato – All flavours
  • Hot Potato (Action Zone, International Festival and KidZville locations) – Fresh Cut Fries except Poutine and Sweet Potato Fries
  • ICEE – All ICEE flavours
  • Manchu WOK – Steamed Rice with Mixed Vegetables
  • Popcorn – All flavours
  • Snoopy's Suppertime – Assorted Snacks (muffins and cookies)
  • Subway – Select salad options
  • Teriyaki Experience – Stir fry options without Soy Sauce
  • Backlot Café – Chicken Fingers, Burritos, Thin Crust Pizza
  • Cookiewich (Cookie Café International Festival)
  • Coasters Diner – All items
  • Funnel Cakes (International Street, Medieval Faire, Fighter Town)
  • Hot Potato (Action Zone, International Festival and KidZville locations) – All items
  • Kids Mac & Cheese (KidZville Hot Potato)
  • Pizza Pizza (International Street, Splash Works, KidZville, Planet Snoopy) – All items
  • Subway – All items except cookies
  • Tiny Tom Donuts – All items
Please note the following locations using peanuts and/or tree nuts: Top Dog (International Festival), BeaverTails at Chicken Shack (Action Zone), Waveside Hot Dog (Splash Works), Thrill Burger (Medieval Faire), Marketplace International Buffet (Medieval Faire), BeaverTails (KidZville) The Courtyard Group Catering Facility (Medieval Faire), Crepe Cart (various locations), Gelato (International Street), Sweet Shop (International Street), and all Dairy Queen locations.
  • Backlot Café – Beef Burgers, Chicken Fingers, & Salad Design Station
  • Coasters Diner – All items except Milkshakes, Cheese Burgers and Fish & Chips
  • Dippin’ Dots – Rainbow Ice, Strawberry Sorbet and Mango-Pineapple Sorbet
  • Hot Dog / Top Dog – Plain and select hot dogs
  • Hot Potato (Action Zone, International Festival and KidZville locations) – Fresh Cut Fries & Sweet Potato Fries except Poutine
  • Manchu WOK – All items
  • Pizza Pizza (International Street, Splash Works, KidZville, Planet Snoopy) – Fries
  • Roadside Chicken – Chicken Burger
  • Snoopy’s Suppertime – Chicken Fingers 
  • Backlot Café – All items in Burrito & Pizza stations, Chicken Fingers and Fries, & Salad Design Station
  • Dairy Queen – All Sundaes, Cones, Oreo and Smarties Blizzards
  • Hot Dog / Top Dog – Plain and select hot dogs
  • Hot Potato (Action Zone, International Festival and KidZville locations) – Fresh Cut Fries
  • Manchu WOK – All items except Fried Rice, Noodles and Egg Rolls
  • Pizza Pizza (International Street, Splash Works, KidZville, Planet Snoopy) – All items
  • Thrill Burger – All items
  • Chicken Shack and Roadside Chicken – Chicken Fingers and Fries
  • Chicken Shack – Halal options for entire menu available (Except Chicken Bites)
  • Snoopy's Suppertime – Halal Hot Dogs
  • Teriyaki Experience - All chicken and beef items
  • Backlot Café – Burrito Bar (except meat and dairy options), Black Bean Vegetarian Burger, Onion Rings and Fries, & Salad Design Station
  • Chippery – Fresh made potato chips (plain)
  • Coasters and Thrill Burger – Black Bean Vegetarian Burger, Onion Rings and Fries
  • Cotton candy
  • Hot Potato (Action Zone, International Festival and KidZville locations) – Fresh Cut Fries & sweet potato fries
  • Subway – Options available
  • Teriyaki Experience – Steamed Rice with Mixed Vegetables

Kosher Salads available at Backlot Cafe in Action Zone


Asian Crunch Salad with Sesame Soy Vinagrette
Salad: Cabbage, Radicchio, Carrot, Edamame, Green Onion, Fried Chow Mien Noodles, & Mandarin Orange
Dressing: Olive and Canola Oil Blend, Rice Wine Vinegar, Soy Sauce, Sesame Oil, White Sugar, & Spices

Nicoise Salad with Herb Dijon Vinagrette
Salad: Iceberg Lettuce, Baby Spinach, Arugula, Tuna, Egg, Potato, Green Bean, Tomato, & Kalamata Olive
Dressing: Red Wine Vinegar, Olive and Canola Oil Blend, Dijon Mustard, Shallot, Honey, & Spices

Grilled Vegetable and Quinoa Salad
Salad: Quinoa, Feta Cheese, Red and Yellow Pepper, Zucchini, Sweet Potato, Eggplant, Onion, Lemon, Olive and Canola Oil Blend, & Spices


Kosher Sandwiches available at Backlot Cafe in Action Zone


Grilled Vegetable and Hummus Wrap
Whole Wheat Wrap, Red Pepper, Zucchini, Mushroom, Eggplant, Onion, Hummus, Olive and Canola Oil Blend, & Spices

Classic Tuna
Multi Grain Bun, Tuna, Mayonnaise, Celery, & Spices

Falafel Wrap
Whole Wheat Wrap, Falafel, Cabbage Salad, & Hummus

Menu is subject to change & all Kosher Options listed here are only available at Backlot Cafe in Action Zone.

Participating Restaurants & Menu Options

  • Single Slice Combo with side
  • 2 Slice Combo
  • Chicken Chunk Combo
  • Chicken Wrap Combo 
Located on International Street

  • 2 Item Combo
Located on International Street

  • Cheese Burger Combo 
  • Hamburger Combo
  • Chicken Fingers and Fries Combo
  • Grilled Chicken Sandwich Combo 
Located in Medieval Faire

  • Cheeseburger Combo
  • Southwest Burger Combo
  • Fish and Chips
  • Grilled Chicken Sandwich Combo 
Located in Action Zone.

  • Chicken Finger and fries Combo
  • Chicken Finger Sandwich Combo
  • Chicken Nugget Combo
  • Chicken Wrap Combo
Located in Action Zone.

  • Chicken Finger and fries Combo
  • Chicken Finger Sandwich Combo
  • Chicken Nugget Combo
  • Chicken Wrap Combo 
Located in International Festival.

  • Single Slice Combo with side
  • 2 Slice Combo
  • Chicken Chunk Combo
Located in Planet Snoopy.

  • Hot Dog Combo
  • Chicken Fingers & Fries Combo
Located inside Splash Works.

Dining Plan Benefits

Enjoy an entree, side and a fountain drink during your visit.
Single Meal Deal is just $13.99.


Guests with All Day Dining will receive a wristband at any of the participating locations and enjoy an entree and side as often as every 90 minutes! Drinks are not included. However, you may purchase a Souvenir Bottle at our best price online. 
The All Day Dining plan is just $29.99.



When you purchase an All Season Dining Plan, it will automatically be uploaded to your Season Pass. Simply present your pass at any participating locations throughout the Park and enjoy lunch and dinner (with only a 4 hour interval between meals) every time you visit. Drinks are not included. However, you may purchase a Souvenir Bottle online at our price.  
All Season Dining is as low as $89.99.


plus applicable taxes and fees

Only available online. 

Buy Now

All Day Dining may be purchased in the Park at any ticket window or participating dining location. Or, save yourself some time and purchase your All Day Dining Plan online before you go to the Park.

Buy Now

Include the All Season Dining Plan onto your Season Pass and stay fueled for the fun all day long. All Season Dining includes lunch and dinner at participating locations throughout the Park every time you visit.  

Buy Now
plus applicable taxes and fees

Single Meal Deal

Simply redeem your voucher at any participating location for an entree, side, and a drink.  


All Day Dining Plan

Guests with an All Day Dining Plan voucher will receive a wristband at any of the participating locations. Enjoy an entree and side as often as every 90 minutes throughout the day. Drinks are not included.  However, you may purchase a Souvenir Bottle online at our best price.

 


All Season Dining Plan

Guests with All Season Dining will automatically have it included on their Season Pass. Simply present your Season Pass at any of the participating locations throughout the Park and enjoy lunch and dinner (with only a 4 hour interval between meals) every time you visit. Drinks are not included.  However, you may purchase a Souvenir Bottle online at our best price.

 

Look for the Dining Plan symbol at participating locations throughout the Park!
Ristorante Pizza Pizza

International Street

Manchu Wok

International Street

Thrill Burger

Medieval Faire

Coasters

Action Zone


Chicken Shack

Action Zone

Alpen Top Dog

International Festival

Roadside Chicken

Across from Launch Pad

Snoopy's Suppertime

Planet Snoopy

Planet Snoopy Pizza Pizza

Planet Snoopy


Riverside Snacks

Splash Works


 
 Dining Plan participating locations & menus subject to change without notice. Operating hours vary by location.

DINING OPTIONS


Ristorante Pizza Pizza 
Located on International Street

Dining Plan Options:
2 Slices of your choice with fries or three breadsticks
Chicken Chunks (5) with fries
Chicken Wrap with fries



Manchu Wok 
Located on International Street

Dining Plan Options:
Selection of two items with rice or noodles
 

Thrill Burger
Located in Medieval Faire

Dining Plan Meal Options:
Cheeseburger with fries
Hamburger with fries
Chicken Tenders (4) and fries
Grilled Chicken Sandwich with fries
Black Bean Veggie Burger (Gluten Free & Certified Vegan)
Halal Chicken Tenders (3) and fries
Halal Burger
 

Coasters
Located in Action Zone

Dining Plan Options:
Cheeseburger with fries
Southwest Burger with fries
Fish and Chips
Grilled Chicken Sandwich with fries
Black Bean Veggie Burger (Gluten Free & Certified Vegan)
 

Chicken Shack
Located in Action Zone 

Dining Plan Options:
Fresh Chicken Tenders (3) and fries
Chicken Tender (3) Sandwich with fries
Chicken bites (8) with fries
Chicken Tenders (3) Wrap with fries
Halal Chicken Tenders (3) and fries
 

Alpen Top Dog
Located in International Festival

Dining Plan Options:
Nathan's Hot Dog with fries OR nachos
Chili Cheese Dog with fries OR nachos
Jalapeno Dog with fries OR
 nachos 
 

Roadside Chicken
Located across from Launch Pad

Dining Plan Options:
Chicken Tenders (3) & fries
Chicken Tender (3) Sandwich & fries
Chicken Bites (8) & fries
Chicken Tender (3) Wrap & Fries
 

Snoopy's Suppertime
Located in Planet Snoopy

Dining Plan Options:
Nathan's Hot Dog with fries OR
 apple slices
Chicken Tenders (4) with fries


Planet Snoopy Pizza Pizza
Located in Planet Snoopy

Dining Plan Options:
2 slices of your choice with fries or 3 bread sticks
Chicken Chunks (5) with fries
Chicken Wrap with fries
 

Riverside Snacks
Located inside Splash Works


Dining Plan Meal Options:
Nathan's Hot Dog with fries OR apple slices
Chicken Tenders (4)
 with Fries
 

Dining Plan participating locations & menus subject to change without notice. Operating hours vary by location.

The Single Meal Deal includes a fountain drink.

While the All Day and All Season Dining Plans do not include drinks, you may consider buying a Souvenir Drink Bottle for just $10.99 online - a $4 savings off the price at the Park. With a Souvenir Drink Bottle, enjoy free refills all day long on your first visit and 99¢ refills for the rest of the season!
Buy Now

Season Pass Frequently Asked Questions

A Season Pass offers unlimited access to Canada's Wonderland for the season! You can ride Canada's largest coaster Leviathan all day long, visit Planet Snoopy with the kids, or head to SplashWorks for a splish splashing good time!
The most convenient method of purchasing a Season Pass is through our website.  Tickets purchased through our website are emailed to your account and can be printed immediately for processing.  Please note that a pdf reader is required to view and print E-Tickets.

No. A Season Pass is non-transferable and is only valid for the person who has processed it. We reserve the right to deny entry to those with unprocessed Season Passes.
For information or to purchase your 2014 Season Passes, please click here.
Skip the Ticket Windows and take your Season Pass E-Ticket straight to our processing centre at Front Gate where your Season Pass E-Ticket will be processed into an I.D. Card.

If your Season Pass has been processed, we can provide you with a Forgotten Ticket for the day at our Guest Services window. This can be done up to a maximum of twice after which you will be required to get a replacement pass for a service fee of $20.00 plus tax.
If your Season Pass has been processed, we can replace it at the Group Sales window located at the Front Gate for a service charge of $20.00 plus tax. Unprocessed Season Passes cannot be replaced, so we encourage all guests to process their Season Pass tickets as soon as possible.
Junior Season Passes are valid for children age 3 and over who are under 48" or 122 cm tall when their Season Pass Photo ID is taken. If a child is over the 48"/ 122cm height restriction at the time of taking their photo ID, the Junior Season Pass can be upgraded to a regular Season Pass ( for guests over 48"/122cm) at any ticket window located at the Front Gate.

Senior Season Passes are valid for persons age 60 and over.
If purchased, a 2014 Parking Pass is incorporated into a 2014 Season Pass and is valid during regular operating days (not valid during Halloween Haunt or any other private events). For a Parking Pass to be valid, the Passholder with the Parking Pass will need to be in the vehicle. We recommend familes affix the Parking Pass to the child's Season Pass, which is often used most frequently.

Yes. Our Season Passes allow guests unlimited visits to our waterpark.
Your 2014 Season Pass is valid during any regular operating day in the 2014 season. CLICK HERE for our 2014 operating calendar! 

Make sure to note the Early Ride Times Schedule for exclusive early access that is available to valid Season Passholders!

Season Passes are not valid for Halloween Haunt - a separate ticket is required for this event and are available at an exclusive discounted rate for 2014 Season Passholders.
Yes. Shows that are playing in International Showplace and Wonderland Theatre are included with your Season Pass. Excluding special events.
A Cedar Fair Platinum Pass (Regular or Junior/Senior)* allows admission into twelve Cedar Fair Parks including Canada’s Wonderland and six separately-gated Waterparks. A Cedar Fair Platinum Pass allows entry into the following Parks:
  •  Gilroy Gardens in Gilroy, CA
  •  Canada’s Wonderland near Toronto, ON
  •  Carowinds in Charlotte, NC
  •  Cedar Point and Soak City in Sandusky, OH
  •  Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, PA
  •  Geauga Lake's Wildwater Kingdom in Aurora, OH
  •  California's Great America in Santa Clara, CA
  •  Kings Dominion near Richmond, VA
  •  Kings Island in Mason, OH
  •  Knott's Berry Farm and Soak City in Buena Park, CA
  •  Michigan’s Adventure in Muskegon, MI
  •  Soak City in Palm Springs and San Diego, CA
  • Valleyfair in Shakopee, MN
  •  Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun in Kansas City, MO
A Platinum Season Pass includes:
  • Admission to all Cedar Fair parks 
  • Free parking at all Cedar Fair parks
  • Exclusive ride times, and so much more!
Please go to Guest Services and a staff member will assist you.
Yes. Platinum Passes can be redeemed at any Cedar Fair Amusement Park location. Canada's Wonderland Season Passes can only be redeemed at our Park. 

2015 Season Pass Benefits

Come and go as often as you like!
It's two parks for the price of one! 
Season Passholders get great admission discounts on Halloween Haunt and other special events at the Park. 

Season Passholders can visit Dinosaurs Alive for only $2 each! Season Passholders can also bring a friend to this interactive and educational exhibit for the same low price! Purchase tickets online and at the Park to receive this discounted ticket.


Your chance to enjoy some of our best rides before the Park opens to the public is from 9AM-10AM every Sunday from May to August.

2015 Season Passholders get special early access to some of our most popular attractions including Leviathan, Behemoth, and Wonder Mountain's Guardian! This exclusive access is available to 2015 Season Passholders only.

A schedule of 2015 Early Ride Times will be announced soon!
Enjoy early access daily – only for Season Passholders! Splash on Pump House, Black Hole and Whitewater Bay one hour before opening - every day during Splash Works operating season!
Season Passholders save 15% on purchases at select food and merchandise locations. Some restrictions apply. 
On Friday, May 1, 2015 we will have the first Bring-A-Friend Discount Day of the season! 

Stay tuned here for future 2015 Bring-A-Friend Discount Days!
Our Season Pass Processing Centre is open for guests who would like to purchase 2015 Season Passes at the Park, or to process their Season Pass ID cards. To avoid the longer wait times, we recommend Season Pass holders process their Season Pass ID cards during the week.

CLICK HERE for complete Season Pass Processing Centre hours of operation.

Fast Lane

Make the most of your day with Fast Lane. Our list of rides has something for everyone in the family to enjoy!  Upgrade to Fast Lane PLUS and add two of your favourite costers -- Leviathan & Behemoth! 
Separate ride entrances and exclusive access points make Fast Lane quick, easy and hassle-free to all of our guests.
Daily Fast Lane access is limited. This keeps the Fast Lane experience great for all our guests. Be sure to reserve your date by purchasing Fast Lane access online in advance!

Festival of Music

If you have any questions regarding The Festival of Music, please contact:

Krystin Diceman
Education (Student) & Tour Operator Sales Rep.
E: krystin.diceman@canadaswonderland.com 
P: 905-832-7502 
 Please use the online booking request form to request time/s for your group to perform for the Festival of Music. Email and telephone requests will not be accepted. Please note this is only a REQUEST for a scheduled time slot - it is not a guaranteed or confirmed booking. Please read the information provided on the registration page for more details http://festival.canadaswonderland.com.

Every person entering Canada’s Wonderland will need to present an admission ticket, complimentary ticket or season pass to gain entrance to the park and performance areas. This includes any guests that are attending to watch the performances such as parents or grandparents.

Pricing: $26.55 plus HST - $30 tax inclusive (price includes admission to Canada's Wonderland)
*Pricing, programs, dates and hours are subject to change without notice*
All school boards are insured with Canada’s Wonderland. A liability certificate is available for your board upon request to help you obtain approval for your field trip.

Ticket Order Form
Please complete the PDF document below that applies to your group. The document must be printed and signed by the school principal and returned to us via fax at 905.832.7499 or email education@canadaswonderland.com. Please carefully read the Ticket Policies & Order Details section for each document as they differ and have changed from 2014. Groups of less than 50 are unable to do consignment.


Any questions please contact Krystin Diceman at (905) 832-7502 or via email at education@canadaswonderland.com.
Please be advised of our food & beverage policy. Picnic baskets and coolers are welcome at the pavilion located outside Wonderland near the Main Entrance. With the exception of plastic bottled water, outside food and beverages are not allowed in the park.

Because outside food is not allowed inside the park Canada’s Wonderland has created a number of discounted meal options for school groups. Click here to view all 2015 Student Meal Deals.

For more information please contact Krystin Diceman at education@canadaswonderland.com.
Complimentary tickets are valid only on the date of your performance. They are not transferrable.
If the complimentary ticket policy does not cover the number of chaperones required for your field trip, chaperones will pay the school admission price of $26.55 plus HST - $30 tax inclusive. Complimentary tickets may only be redeemed in accordance with the complimentary policy your group qualifies for. You will be charged the Front Gate price of $61.99 plus HST for any complimentary tickets used without the corresponding paid tickets. Misuse of the complimentary ticket policy could result in billing and payment issues.
  • Grades K to 8 - 1 complimentary ticket for every 10 paid tickets
  • Grades 9 to 12 - 1 complimentary ticket for every 15 paid tickets
Observers can purchase tickets at the school’s contracted price of $26.55 plus HST to watch performances. Observers must purchase these tickets from the school and the school should include them on the ticket order form.

Complimentary Ticket Policy Calculation

 There is no charge for bus parking. Driver admission is not coordinated through Group Sales. Bus drivers may receive a complimentary admission by providing their bus driver license/I.D. to Guest Services at the Front Gate upon their arrival.
All performance venues are covered areas. Please note that the park operates rain or shine. Some attractions may close in certain inclement weather situations until conditions permit safe operation. Canada’s Wonderland cannot issue rain checks or refunds for inclement weather. Please note that tickets are not transferable to another date due to weather conditions. Should you decide not to attend your performance, please inform the Festival Representative by emailing education@canadaswonderland.com and return all of your tickets to Canada’s Wonderland. You will be charged based on your signed cancellation agreement.
NEW FOR 2015!! – We will be hosting band and choir performances in ALL venues. You may now book band and choir groups, back to back, in the same venue.

Please note that Canada’s Wonderland reserves the right to change these venues at any time. You will be notified of any venue changes.

The list of equipment below is what is provided at each venue. We do not provide drumsticks or bass amps.

There will be an entrance tent for check in at the Festival of Music at the Gate 5 entrance – look for our staff there!

Kingswood Event Tent 
  • ALL NEW 40x30 Stage
  • ALL NEW Timpani with Mallets
  • Yamaha 5-piece Generic Drum Kit with Cymbals and Hardware
  • Yamaha Electric Keyboard with Foot Pedal & Bench
  • Sound/Audio System with CD Player
  • Wenger Music Stands and Chairs
  • Wenger Microphones x 2
  • Wenger Conductor Podium

Kingswood Music Theatre 
  • ALL NEW Bandshells
  • ALL NEW Timpani with Mallets
  • Yamaha 5-piece Generic Drum Kit with Cymbals and Hardware
  • Yamaha Electric Keyboard with Foot Pedal & Bench
  • Sound/Audio System with CD Player
  • Wenger Music Stands and Chairs
  • Wenger Microphones x 2
  • Wenger Conductor Podium

International Showplace 
  • Yamaha 5-piece Generic Drum Kit with Cymbals and Hardware
  • Yamaha Electric Keyboard with Foot Pedal & Bench
  • Sound/Audio System with CD Player 
  • Wenger Music Stands and Chairs
  • Wenger Microphones x 2
  • Wenger Conductor Podium
Canada’s Wonderland does not provide storage facilities for musical instruments. Please ensure that your bus will be staying at the Park in order to store your equipment. If your bus cannot stay, we recommend that you rent a van or that a parent volunteer uses their van/vehicle for storage purposes. Canada’s Wonderland is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen instruments. If something is lost, and found by our staff then it will be taken to Lost and Found at Guest Services. Please contact the Lost and Found Department at Front Gate Guest Services.
 It is suggested that each group perform three contrasting selections. Music should be no more than 20 minutes in total as you only have a ½ hour for warm up, performance and take down.

Please make sure to bring along extra copies of your music scores for the adjudicator. Original scores are not required. Do not forget to collect your scores at the conclusion of your performance. Uncollected scores will be taken to the Lost and Found Department at Front Gate Guest Services.
It is very important that you try to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your performance time to allow enough time for ticket and season pass scanning and security checks. If you need to pick up tickets from the Front Gate please allow enough time to do so. If you are late, we will try and accommodate you at a later time, but we cannot guarantee that you will get to perform.

Each group is assigned a 30 minutes of stage time to set up, warm up, perform, and tear down. Groups are not permitted to share 30 minute time slots due to scheduling concerns. It is extremely important that you do not exceed your assigned performance time as you will cut into another group’s schedule. Canada’s Wonderland reserves the right to end your performance if you exceed the time allotted to you. Canada’s Wonderland reserves the right to keep your deposit should you not adhere to the rules and regulations.

We kindly request that your group remain in the performance venue for at least 30 minutes after your performance or arrive 30 minutes prior to your performance. This not only provides an audience for all groups, but also gives your group the opportunity to be exposed to other bands and choirs for educational purposes.

 We kindly request that your group wear similar colours or band attire however it is not required. If your students have to change, public washrooms are located inside Front Gate (Main) Entrance, in the Kingswood area, and inside WonderMountain. We do not have designated change rooms.
Canada’s Wonderland no longer has a designated bus entrance. All buses are required to enter the Park through our main entrance located off Jane Street on Rutherford Road.

If you are coming north on highway 400, please exit at Rutherford Road. and proceed straight into the parking lot.

If you are coming south on highway 400 please exit at Major Mackenzie Drive. Turn left at the exit and then right onto Jane Street. Proceed until you find our Park entrance, make a right into the parking lot.

All groups attending the Festival of Music will park in Parking Lot C. Parking Lot C is located right outside of Gate 5, where groups enter with their instruments when it is time for their performance. Please ask a parking toll representative if you are unsure of where Parking Lot C is. Please note that if you are driving a vehicle, you may be required to pay for parking.
NEW FOR 2015 

If your performance is between 9am and 11am and you arrive at the park during this time, you may enter through Gate 5. Please have your admission tickets ready as there will be staff scanning your tickets and season passes. Please be prepared to have your bags searched and your instruments. When your performance is done, you may exit through Gate 5 to put your instruments on the bus. You will need to re-enter through the main gate for the remainder of your day. Please show your hand stamp. If you are performing at International Showplace for 10am – you will be escorted into the park as we will not be open. You will need to speak to a Festival of Music coordinator located at Gate 5.

If your performance is between 11:30am and 4:00pm you must enter through the front gate main entrance. We do not have admission staff available at Gate 5 past 11am and will be unable to take your tickets if you try to enter through gate 5. There are ZERO exceptions. You may re-enter through Gate 5 with your instruments once you obtain a hand stamp. Please note we DO NOT hand stamp on entry to the park. To obtain a hand stamp you must exit through the front gate or ask an exit staff member for a hand stamp for re-entry. Once you have a stamp, you may exit and enter through Gate 5, by the Festival venues, as you please.

If you have a performance between 11:30am and 4:00pm and you arrive at Gate 5 between 9am and 11am we will ask that you go through the front gate so you do not create a back log at gate 5 for those performing in the morning.

If you have two or more groups performing at different times, please review your FIRST performance time and enter through the appropriate gate. 
There will be security personnel located at Gate 5 and the Front Gate Main Entrance. They will search your bags and instruments. Please ensure that there is no food in your items as you will be asked to return these items to a bus or vehicle which might delay your performance.

Click here for further safety and security information.
 At the end of your performance your adjudicator will present your group with a Performance Appreciation Plaque from Canada’s Wonderland to display in the music room. You will also receive a CD copy of the adjudicator’s comments so you may review with your class at a later date. Please remember to pick up the CD at the end of your performance. Sometimes, if there is enough time, the adjudicator will work with your group but this cannot be arranged or guaranteed.
Daniel Rubinoff - Daniel Rubinoff has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in France, Canada and the United States. His discography includes The Old Castle, Daniel Rubinoff Plays the Music of Srul Glick, The Canada Song, The Dance of the Blessed Spirits, and Daniel Rubinoff Plays Denis Bédard. His recordings are broadcast on CBC and CFMX Radio and have received enthusiastic reviews on CBC Radio and in the American Record Guide. Rubinoff is an Artist-Representative for the Selmer Saxophone Company of America, Organist and Choir Director at Eastminster United Church and Adjunct Professor of Performance and Music Theory at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Garry Page - Garry Page holds Honours music degrees in Trumpet Performance, Academics and Teaching from the Birmingham Conservatoire of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, England. He immigrated to Canada in 1997 at which point he became a member of the Stratford Festival Orchestra. He has performed as soloist at Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, Roy Thomson Hall, and Massey Hall, River Run Centre, Guelph and in the U.K., at Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, Kensington Palace, and Symphony Hall, Birmingham. Garry is the founder and Principal Trumpet of the Brass Pages Quintet and Ensemble and award-winning trumpet and organ duo Page Two. Recordings include numerous film soundtracks, EMI, Decca, Hyperion, CBC, Sony, and Naxos classical discs, pop, jazz-fusion, Latin and blues for Blue Note and Verve. He has broadcast for national and local radio stations in the U.K., U.S. and Canada with appearances on BBC, Central, Global, CBS, PBS, ABC and CBC television networks as well as BBC and CBC radio. Mr. Page has toured with Britsh-based Cuban Super Group Como No with Arturo Sandoval, and Irakere at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Clubs in London and Birmingham and also at numerous international jazz festivals in Europe. He was also Co-Lead Trumpet of Svengali, a Gil Evans Tribute Big Band with Guy Barker and Andy Sheppard. In UK., Mr. Page has performed with London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony, RSC Orchestra, Halle Orchestra, and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, ensembles include The Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, London Brass, St. Martin-in-the Fields Brass Consort, City of Birmingham Symphony Brass, Royal Shakespeare Company Brass, and in Canada ensemble playing includes as Principal Trumpet for Brassroots, Brass Rings Quintet, Niagara Brass Quintet, Stratford Festival Brass Ensemble, concerts with the Canadian Brass, Hannaford Street Silver Band, as well as performances with KW Symphony, Orchestra London, Hamilton Philharmonic, Canadian Opera Company, Talisker Players, Guelph Chamber Orchestra, many other Canadian symphony and chamber orchestras. Mr. Page has had articles on music published by the Royal Conservatory of Music and has written music critiques for local and national newspapers. He is active as an International freelance performer, teacher, adjudicator, university lecturer, clinician and examiner. Mr. Page is currently Director of Bands at
St. Andrew’s College in Aurora, Ontario.

Peter Stoll
- Known for his virtuoso energy on stage as well as an easy and entertaining way of speaking with the audience, Peter Stoll teaches clarinet, chamber music, woodwind performance and the Business of Music at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Music, and is a frequent performer with orchestral and chamber ensembles in Toronto and southern Ontario. A popular adjudicator up to the national level, he has worked across Canada and in the United States. Peter is particularly known for his enthusiastic, positive comments and detailed suggestions to young musicians. Over the past 20 years Peter has been invited to adjudicate over 100 local festivals across Canada. Fluent in both official languages, he has heard countless bands, orchestras, and woodwind, brass and percussion solos and ensembles coast-to-coast. Peter has twice been asked to serve as the woodwind adjudicator for the national finals of the Federation of Canadian Music Festivals, and is a member of the Royal Conservatory of Music's National College of Examiners.

School Music Festival

The cost to participate in the School Music Festival is the cost of school group park admission in 2013.  Each person must have a ticket in order to attend or participate in the school music festival.

Pricing for 2013 will be announced shortly.
  1. Request a time for your school by registering your group/s using the online booking form by clicking here: 2013 School Music Booking Request Form.
  2. You will be sent a confirmation email with your date, time and venue. If the times and dates you selected are full you will be asked to select new ones and will be notified.
  3. In Spring 2013 you will be sent a Director’s Guide outlining everything you need to know about your performance.
     
In the Directors Guide, sent to you after you are booked, there is a Ticket Order Form to be completed and returned in order to receive your tickets. You do not need to know your final number of attendees in order to place your ticket order. Tickets are sold on consignment. This means you return any unsold tickets for a credit and pay for the tickets that you did not return. This can be done on the day of your visit at the Group Sales window at our Main Entrance or within one week following your visit. Payment is via school cheque, a credit card, or money order.

On the form, you will verify that you know your confirmed date and time and that you have read the guide in its entirety. We will not place your ticket order unless you have confirmed this information on the form.

You can also download the Directors Guide and Ticket Order Form in the Downloads Section.
Specific day complimentary admission tickets are provided based on the size of the ticket order and grade of the group booked. Grade K to 8 receive 1 complimentary admission ticket for every 10 paid tickets and Grade 9 to 12 receive 1 complimentary admission ticket for every 15 paid tickets.

Birthday Party FAQ

Payment is expected to be completed 5 business days prior to the birthday party. If payment is not received we reserve the right to cancel the party. It is the responsibility of the party host to contact the birthday representative with the payment information.
Due to limitations in our storage facilities birthday cakes are not permitted to be brought into the Park. You can bring in loot bags and/or birthday presents however we unfortunately cannot store them for you.
All of our birthday party tickets are non-refundable or transferable.
Extra time in the Birthday Pavilion will not be allotted should your group arrive late to the party. It is recommended that you do allocate the required time needed to park your car, pick up your tickets at Front Gate, and walk over to the Birthday Pavilion. 
Once your order is confirmed and printed we cannot adjust the ticket order. It is important that you pay close attention to the tickets you are ordering, for example: Regular versus Junior/Senior versus Season Passholder/Child under 3. Ordering the incorrect tickets can cause a delay and/or refusal when trying to enter the Park at Front Gate.  
Unfortunately we do not offer refunds or rainchecks due to inclement weather.The Birthday Pavilion is fully sheltered and the Park does still operate rain or shine.

Fall Drama Days: Scare School

Unless otherwise noted, all ticket orders (admission and meal) must be pre-paid fourteen (14) days prior to your visit to allow sufficient time to process your order. Orders received less than seven (7) days prior to your visit will be held at the front gate for pick up. Season Pass holders do not count toward your group size.
Admission tickets, meal tickets and bottomless soda wristbands are non-refundable. No rain checks are offered.
Payment must be made via school cheque, money order (payable to “Canada's Wonderland”) or credit card (MasterCard, VISA, American Express and Discover accepted). Unfortunately, personal cheques or purchase orders are not accepted. All school cheques will be processed for approval. If declined, another method of payment will be requested.
One (1) chaperone admission ticket will be given for every fifteen (15) admission tickets purchased, unless otherwise noted. Complimentary chaperone tickets do not include catered meals.
Bus parking is free. All other parking is $17.70 plus HST per vehicle

Halloween Haunt Birthday Party FAQ

 Payment is expected to be completed 5 business days prior to the birthday party. If payment is not received we reserve the right to cancel the party. It is the responsibility of the party host to contact the birthday representative with the payment information.
Due to limitations in our storage facilities birthday cakes are not permitted to be brought into the Park. You can bring in birthday presents however we unfortunately cannot store them for you.
All of our birthday party tickets are non-refundable or transferable.
Extra time in the Marketplace International Buffet or Backlot Cafe will not be allotted should your group arrive late to the party. It is recommended that you do allocate the required time needed to park your car, pick up your tickets at Front Gate, and walk over to the restaurant.
Once your order is confirmed and printed we cannot adjust the ticket order. 
Unfortunately we do not offer refunds or rainchecks due to inclement weather. The Marketplace International Buffet and Backlot Cafe are fully sheltered and the Park does still operate rain or shine.

Contact Us

If you still can't find the answer to your question after you have reviewed our FAQ page, please fill out our Guest Feedback Form.
9580 Jane Street
Vaughan, ON
L6A 1S6
(905) 832-8131

TTY (905) 832-7503