All my life I had envied the U.S for their amped up Theme Parks and destinations.\nFrom Universal studios to Six flags, to Disneyland - the U.S has got us, and most of the world beat when it comes to stellar theme park experiences.\nI did not grow up here in Montreal, and back on the prairies we did not have the luxury of a local theme park like La Ronde, or even the short drive to close parks nearby.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's Cirque Du Soleil To Open A Circus Theme Park In 2018\nMike Bostoli, from The Disney Blog, believes that its time for Disney to build its third park in North America, and the only place to do it is in Toronto!\nImagine my excitement when reading that Disneyland Canada could potentially be a reality!\nView this post on Instagram どーーーしても雪降るシンデレラ城を撮りたくて、この雪のなかアフター6いってきちゃいました笑 雪降ってるのにミニスカ生足で歩いてる子もいてビックリ笑 ひたすら写真撮って、たまに暖取りにアトラクション乗って、美味しいご飯食べて帰ってきました。 雪がいろんな表情を出すので、連写してたらメモリ一瞬でなくなってしまった(^^; どこを歩いてもおとぎ話のようで…♥幸せでした♥ #ディズニー部 #ディズニーランド #ディズニー #Disney #シンデレラ城 #tdl #castle #winter #snow #雪景色 #雪 #雪化粧 #team_jp_ #phos_Japan#lovers_nippon#pics_jp #naturelovers #discoverphotolife_ig #ファインダー越しの私の世界 #東京 #東京カメラ部#α7s #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい #写真好きな人と繋がりたい #sony #α #sonyalpha #unknownjapan #chiba A post shared by Yoriko Suto (@yoriko_suto) on Jan 22, 2018 at 6:49am PST\nHere is some facts about why this will work and should happen ASAP:\nToronto has many large municipalities with hundreds of thousands of people nearby\n\tOver 8 million Canadians live within a few hours drive to Toronto\n\t2012 population data reveals that 35% of U.S citizens live within driving distance of Toronto, expected to increase to 141 million by 2050\n\tOur dollar is currently lower than the U.S dollar, making increased affordability a factor for many.\nIt's easy to assume the next location should be in New York state, or somewhere along the North East - but Bostoli feels a move to Canada would be a "big, counterintuitive plus."\nThe issue with this type of theme park opening in Canada is that it could be quite costly to develop new park grounds... but the solution could be right under Disney's nose!\nCanada's Wonderland theme park has been struggling for a number of years, but the location remains very popular.\nView this post on Instagram Would you visit Tokyo Disneyland on a snow day even if it was freezing cold? 🌨 Fun fact: It took me 4 hours to get home after taking this photo back in 2014 (normally only takes an hour). I have more photos on the blog (link in bio). A post shared by Chris Explorer 🧳 (@tdrexplorer) on Jan 21, 2018 at 7:27am PST\nTo this day, Canada's Wonderland is still owned by Ohio's Cedar Fair Entertainment. A potential buyout or partnership between to U.S theme park titans is not far from reality. The park could be bought and redeveloped in no time at all, and we all know Disney has the $ to make it happen!\nThe potential new Disneyland location is approx. 3.5 times bigger than the Magic Kingdom today, and about the same size of Disneyland's Hong Kong Resort. There is plenty of space.\nThe other thing to consider is dates of operation. Currently, the season for Wonderland is May-October.\nAs Canadians, we are not afraid of winter. Hell, Montreal has a Ferris Wheel at Place Des Arts right now! There is no reason Disneyland could not find a way to incorporate our winter season into a kick-ass theme park.\nThink of the potential Frozen village - ice castles, outdoor activities, it could be the Anna and Elsa experience that, thus far, only dreams are made of!\n@y_y_1231embedded via\nWe could have new rides and Disney classics. The massive grounds could make it pretty easy for the Imagineers to build new experiences surrounding Disney's film roll-outs, including the Marvel Universe!\nThe photos I've included show just how amazing a Wintery Disneyland could be! Let's be real - the Disneyland Canada Christmas events would put every other Disney resort to shame!\nWhat do you think? Should Disneyland make the jump to Canada? I think we need to get a petition moving and bring this into a reality.