Canada is an amazing country and everyone who lives here is very fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Canada is so diverse, free and, welcoming that it’s so hard to really pick out the flaws of Canada… ok well maybe our winters and taxes can be extreme, but other than that what’s not to love.
For such a young country Canada has really come far and continues to develop into this amazing place that doesn’t compare to anywhere else in the world.
This year is a very important year for Canada because July 1st marks Canadas 150 years of being an “official” county. Canada was already a home to natives and settlers that date back to centuries, but we only became an actual established country 150 years ago (crazy right).
Just like every year Canadians love to celebrate Canada’s day, but this year is going to be an extra special celebration and there lots going on in and around the city.
Here’s what’s happening around the city:
Nathan Philips Square – Is having a 4-day celebration starting June 30th to July 3rd it’s going to be a festival full of food, street arts and, great Canadian music with live performances by Belly, Barenaked ladies, dvsn and, many more. There’s also fireworks that will be happing at 10:55 pm.
Humber Bay Park West – On Canada’s day from 2:00 to 11:00 pm Humber Bay Park is having a national and international Canada’s day celebration bringing all the cultures and communities of the Etobicoke area together. There will be live performances and authentic food vendors to eat from. Fire works start at 10:55 PM.
Harbourfront Center – Is have “Our Home On Native Land” Canada Days celebration June 30th until July 3rd. It’s a free event that will be show casing the history of Canada and have a live concert. Fireworks start at 10:30 PM.
Queen’s Park – Is having there annual Canada’s day celebration from 10 to 10 there will be live performances and plenty of vendors and activities.
Here are some other places that you will be able to see fireworks on Canada’s Birthday:
For more Canada’s day festivals and celebrations click here.
By: Antonia Altomonte