[RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

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Re: [RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

Postby Daffytitanic » Fri Nov 30, 2018 1:16 am

2001-2004
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Six Flags Canada Kingdom was only getting bigger in the 21st century. The park had new rides announced for the next millennium. However, these plans were delayed after the September 11th attacks that dropped tourist rates. The plans were put into motion in 2002, a year later. It would be expected to be complete in 2006.
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The Haunted House was closed and rebuilt into a roller coaster as, Dead Mansion, opened in 2001. Taken in April 2001.

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The unoccupied space was taken over by, ForestFire! This was the newer water ride in the park opening in 2003, outdoing the original water ride, Alberta Lumbering. Taken in August 2004.
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Canada Kingdom became more thrill seeking than it was. Thus caused some of the original visitors to feel dissatisfied about it. Feeling like Canada Kingdom became more of a generic amusement park than, something about the Canadian identity. But, it's future started to become uncertain in 2004 when the Six Flags company was under a tremendous amount of debt. They would start closing down and/or sold their properties like Worlds of Adventure. This put Canada Kingdom into question. They feared it would be closed or sold out. Time will tell about its fate...


Thank you for reading the 2001-2004 update. Sorry for not updating in a long time. I lost the interest of the project for a while and, now I decided to finish the story off and, probably do some other projects and release this. I will make the 2005-2009 update soon this time.

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Re: [RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

Postby BlazingEmpireHD » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:38 am

Some pretty nice work here! Keep it up! I'm looking forward to more of this project.
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Re: [RCT2] Six Flags Canada Kingdom

Postby Daffytitanic » Sat Dec 01, 2018 3:11 pm

2005-2009
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Six Flags Canada Kingdom was undergoing through decline due to the parent company going under financial trouble especially running two parks in Canada, Canada Kingdom in Ontario, and La Ronde in Quebec. Debates within the company were large. Due to of this, some attractions closed and only one new one was built.
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The newest attraction was Twizzlers Spinner. Canada Kingdom's first and only sponsored attraction to replace Twister due to age and increasing operating costs. Taken in March 2005.

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Totem Pole was closed permanently and demolished. However, no new attraction toke it spot but, just leave the land empty. Taken in September 2007.

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Hot Coco Cups were closed and demolished as well. This became a sign to many park goers that the park is in deep trouble. Taken in September 2007.
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The recession would hit in 2008, crippling the Six Flags company and, unable to pay its stockholders. In 2009 to 2010, the company would undergo Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection to reorganize itself. They would drop Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom after negotiations and, Canada Kingdom went through negotiations about its future.

In 2009, they announced that Six Flags is going to withdraw from Canada Kingdom to focus on Le Ronde for financial reasons. They say the park will be closed permanently in the winter season. Six Flags would begin to start to take some of the rides to reused in other parks.

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Mind Warper was moved to Six Flags Fiesta Texas under the same name, Rolling Rocker was moved to La Ronde, Batman and Robin Night Flight was sold to the owners of Discovery Adventure after finding no room for it and became, Screeching Hawks, Superman the Ride was put into storage along with Ricochet until there is either space or a potential owner of it. They would remove any Six Flags signs solidifying of them never returning. Tomahawk was moved to Vancouver for Playland however, it remains to be reassembled. Other attractions were moved while some remained in storage. Taken in July 2011.

The park would be given to the Government of Ontario in 2010. The park was put up for sale for any land developers to either restore the park, rebuild it into something new or, demolish it. Its fate will be determined in the future...

Thank you for reading the 2005-2009 update. I will make a future update as part of the conclusion and release the park and the coasters.

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Re: [RCT2] Canada Kingdom

Postby Luciad13 » Mon Apr 01, 2019 8:01 pm

Daffytitanic wrote:1987-1990 Update

When the 1987 season rolled in, Canada Kingdom became Six Flags Canada Kingdom. Making it, Six Flags' 10the Amusement park in it's history and, the first non-American Six Flags ever assurances obsèques. This caused some issues with the name of Six Flags' meaning due to Canada joining into the scheme. They fixed it with a special meaning in Canada to keep the name constant. The park was bigger and, with more rides and theming.
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Six Flags placed over the Canada Kingdom sign. Taken in April 1987

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Eastern Coast was rethemed to Looney Tunes Town with newer rides and some moved from their original locations to be changed to Looney Tunes theming. Bee Buzzer was changed to Wile E. Coyote Desert Speeder, The swingers were changed to Pepe Le Pew Flight to Paris, Vikings Adventures closed and was replaced by Daffy Duck's Limo Ride, Sky Diver was rethemed to Tornado Taz, and the Bumper Cars were changed to Speedy Gonzales' Car Derby. The Bumper boats were removed due to unknown reasons. Taken in June 1987.

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Canada Kingdom's iconic coaster, Ontario Cyclone was given an facelift with a more carnival entrance along with more platforms. Taken in June 1987.

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Coverings were placed in and a new swinger with more seats were placed. Taken in June 1987.

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More coverings for Fort Woods as both Fort Victoria and Native Lands merged. Taken in July 1987.

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Six Flags Canada Kingdom would get it's own water park based on the Atlantic Coast of Canada. Being much bigger than Eastern Coast. Construction photos dating from October 1986-November 1986.
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Atlantic Coast opened to the public at the start of the 1987 season in April 15th 1987, along with Six Flags Canada Kingdom. Taken in 1987-1990.
(The game didn't support slides so, I have to place an extra track to put it back up to the station.)
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When the 1988 Winter Olympics happened in Calgary, Six Flags built the 1988 Calgary Olympic Sleds to cash in the event. With televisions showing off the olympics bobsleds, it was a instant hit. Taken in September 1988.
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Six Flags Canada Kingdom was a massive hit. Showing Six Flags future potential in the park and, possibly Canada. Some people were sadden that Canada Kingdom lost it's original touch but, majority were happy about it and were excited what they have in store for the 1990s.

Thank you for reading the 1987-1990 Update. I may possibly release one coaster from the park. The update would be 1990-1992.

In any case, mereci beaucpou for this sharing. Now we can play quietly because we know the story well.

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