The Wilberforce Falls (Hood River) is situated at the head of the 3 km long and almost 76 m deep Wilberforce Gorge in the Nunavut Territorry (67° 5'44.57"N 108°47'49.73"W). They are named after the british social reformer and abolitionist William Wilberforce (1759-1833).
The total height of the falls is about 50 metres.
United Kingdom 2007, William Wilberforce.
Canada 2003, Wilberforce Falls.
The stamp was issued in the booklet "Tourist Attractions".