It’s Canada Day! July 1, 2012 is
Canada’s 145th Birthday. Are you on a holiday mood?
There’s a lot to celebrate. It’s a whole day-whole night Canada Day festivities all over the country. In Greater
Toronto alone, it
starts with the Canada
flag raising to TD Toronto Jazz Music Festival, Mariposa Cruises, Mel Lastman Square live musical performances and spectacular fireworks to the famous Toronto
Eaton Centre’s free BBQ and recording official video message for our Canadian
All the above will be held on this very special day, 1st of July. There are a lot more to do to make your stay in Toronto an experience of a life time. These activities will be simultaneous, so take your pick.
Canada Day at Mackenzie House
Canada Day at Mackenzie House features guided glimpse at Mackenzie's home and the events leading up to the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837.
Canada Day in High Park
Canada Day in High Park features Aboriginal song and dance and a walking tour of the park's history and gardens.
Canada's Diamond Jubilee
Relive Canada's Diamond Jubilee (1927) with a 1920s-themed costume party. Features period refreshments, ice cream making, dance and live jazz.
Canada Day at the Harbourfront
The Harbourfront celebrates four days of music, food, arts and family activities highlighting the different traditions and cultures that have shaped Canada.
Canada Day at Mississauga Celebration Square
Canada Day at Mississauga Celebration Square Includes music performances with musical fireworks show at night.
Toronto Ribfest features live music, beer tents, craft show, carnival rides and all-you-can-eat ribs.
This is the 32nd annual Pride Parade takes to the streets of Toronto as the highlight of Toronto Pride Week.
Multicultural Canada Day
It's the 6th annual Multicultural Canada Day Celebration at Yonge-Dundas Square, with dancing and other performances from the many cultures that are a part of Canada.
For those travellers who came to Canada for the first time, this will be the best time for you to discover our city of Toronto. Check the above schedule and experience what we Canadians can offer. Remember, all these happen on Canada Day.
Here are the information on July 1 fireworks displays. Have fun!