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Canada's Chateau Laurier Hotel Granting Amnesty to Guests Who 'Lifted' Items


Hotel Chateau Laurier in Ottawa is celebrating is 100th anniversary in 2012. (Photo: D. Gordon E. Robertson/Wikimedia)

For the Geo Quiz we are looking for a missing bathrobe.

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And some towels and spoons.

We are checking into a hotel in Canada's fourth largest city.

The city was founded in 1826 and was originally called Bytown.

It is famous for being the center of Canadian political life.

It is also known for being the starting point of Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

And on the Rideau Canal, there is a hotel that is offering an amnesty.

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, this hotel is collecting memorabilia that may have been 'lifted' by guests over the years.

We are looking for the name of the city where you will find this hotel.

Ottawa is the answer to the Geo Quiz.

The hotel is the Chateau Laurier that is celebrating its 100th anniversary by offering the amnesty.

Anchor Lisa Mullins talks to Deneen Perrin, the Public Relations director for the Chateau Laurier.