It’s a great time to be in the city! Superb weather has finally come to Southern Ontario and now the summer is going full blast for the long weekend.

Do you know what you want to do this weekend?

Take advantage of the time off and lounge or join the fun and celebrate Canada’s 152nd birthday!

 

BURLINGTON

Bring your national pride to Burlington’s Canada Day celebration and enjoy free Canadian-inspired activities and entertainment at a beautiful lakeside setting in SPENCER SMITH PARK.

Monday July 1 2019 from 2pm to 10pm

1400 Lakeshore Road, Burlington

Stage Entertainment

TimeDetails
2:30 p.m.Bharatham Academy of Indian Dance 
4 p.m.Official welcome by Mayor Meed Ward, elected officials and others featuring:
  • Burlington Teen Tour Band
  • Japanese Taiko and Music Group
5:30 p.m.White Pine Dancers
7 p.m.Symphony on the Bay 
8:30 p.m.Johannes Linstead
10 p.m.Fireworks

Other highlights and attractions

TimeDetails
9 a.m.Yoga by the Pier 
10 a.m.Canada Day 5k Run
1 p.m.Citizenship Ceremony

Enjoy numerous other event highlights including: stilt walkers, face painters, hair artists, giant inflatables, sampling booths, great food, vendors and lots of true Canadian spirit!

 

HAMILTON

At the BAYFRONT enjoy a full day of activities at the RBC stage with musicians, food trucks, family zone presented by Tim Hortons, fireworks, vendors and shuttle service.

Plan your day 

https://www.hamilton.ca/attractions/festivals-events/canada-day-celebration-fireworks

Lots to keep the whole family engaged!

 

TORONTO

Toronto Ribfest Get ready for some finger-licking good BBQ as Toronto Ribfest is back at Centennial Park in Etobicoke for Canada Day weekend. The festival will feature over a dozen bands and a midway to keep the kids busy. It begins on Friday at 3 p.m. and runs until July 1 at 10 p.m.

Celebrate Canada Canadas Wonderland is celebrating the country’s birthday with a two-week long festival starting on June 29. The celebration will include street performers and the West Cost Lumberjack show, topped off with a spectacular fireworks display on July 1. Entrance to the festival is included with your park admission.

Redpath Waterfront Festival Head down to Toronto’s waterfront to catch a glimpse of a fleet of majestic tall ships at the Redpath Waterfront Festival. The ships visit every three years and will be open for deck tours. The festival is also welcoming the Canadian Coast Guard for the first time. A Maritime market will also be selling yummy seafood, handmade nautical jewellery, and beauty products inspired by the sea. It runs from Saturday to Monday.

East York Toronto Canada Day Parade & Festival A Canada Day celebration wouldn’t be complete with a parade and that’s what you will find down in East York on Monday. Toronto’s longest running Canada Day celebration will start with the parade leaving Dieppe Park, followed by a Party in the Park at Stan Wadlow Park. It will be capped off with fireworks at 10 p.m.

Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals Usually it’s quite difficult to grab tickets to the Toronto Blue Jays Canada Day tickets, but there are still some up for grabs as they close out a four-game series over the weekend against the Kansas City Royals. You can find tickets here.

What ever you choose, play safe!