...No not the amusement park, the TV show For those that don't know, "Sesame Park" is/was the Canadian version of Sesame Street that the CBC has aired since about 1995 or 96. But for many years before that the CBC aired a "Canadianized" version of the U.S show, which was basically the same only they would delete skits teaching Spanish and replace them with ones teaching French as well as the "real life" skits of daily routines like visiting the doctors, going grocery shopping etc if they reflected a U.S cultural setting and so would replace them with similar ones shot in Canadian cities. But other than that, it was still pretty much the same as the original American show. Then in the late 80s, the CBC brought in more original Canadian skits, including ones that featured some distinctly Canadian "muppets" such as Basil the Polar Bear, Chaos the Kitten, and Louis, a bilingual French speaking otter. The reason I use the term muppets in quotation marks is because even though these characters had the trademark muppet design or "look" (colourful foam and fleece creations with black and white eyes and mouths which showed a tongue and tonsils inside)I am unsure as to wether they were designed by the Henson company or not. Anyway, the Canadian material grew up to the point where Canada simply joined the ranks of the other countries that had their own version of the U.S show, which started airing as Sesame Park in the mid 90s. The setting is/was a Canadian playground because according to the CBC, the inner-city setting of the American show was deemed to "foreign" to Canadian viewers. But the show only runs for half an hour and features only about three or four muppet skits that are from the "real" Sesame Street. However it's worth mentioning that it doesn't have "Elmo's World", and in fact skits that featured Elmo, Zoe or any of the newer characters were rarely seen on SP at all. But ever since the fall season started, the CBC appears to have dropped it. Does anyone know if it was in fact cancelled and why?