Pros: The food
Cons: After Hours Clean Up, Distance needed to walk to the place for break
First of all, if you can't drive, then you have to take multiple buses, for me it was the VIVA bus, and those buses are always never on time, so you have to leave an hour earlier than anticipated to be able to arrive on time to Canada's Wonderland.
Secondly, it's not that you have to arrive at the gate for when your shift starts, but the location at where you work. So if you worked in a location that was a long walk away and you would have to be there at, for example, 6:30, then that means you would have to arrive at the gate a little earlier, as well as the time you have to leave to arrive.
As for break time, there is the most ridiculous system in that for when it is your time to eat whatever you brought. So you're not allowed to eat in the station you work, and have to walk to this separate building to eat. That takes a good couple of mins. Your break time is only 30 mins. That is not enough time to eat, plus the fact that you have to WALK to a SEPARATE BUILDING to each cuts time from your actual break time.
If you forgot to bring food or wish to purchase food from other food stations in the park, you are not allowed to be in uniformed and have to change into non-uniform clothes. That also takes a good couple of minutes out of your actual break time. So in reality, your overall time for actually eating and resting would be about 10 - 15 minutes, and that's ridiculous.
Lastly, the WORST thing about working at Canada's Wonderland is the cleanup. The park may close at 11 pm, or 12 am, but being low on staff for cleanup is the worst. If you work in the Food & Beverage – more... department like I did, you're staying a good 2 hours for cleanup. There is so much things to put away, food to dump out, and a butt-load of dishes to wash---it's a nightmare, especially for someone like me who was new.
Although Wonderland may be fun to go to for rides (even though lines are 1+ hour long waits), I would never work there ever again. Especially when it's Halloween Haunt as well. I seriously would not recommend Canada's Wonderland as anyone's first job. – less