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Celebrate Canada Day At Queen's Park

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Celebrate Canada Day At Queen's Park

Free, Fun Event For The Family

Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

A free fun-filled day is in store at the province's official celebration to celebrate Canada's 142nd birthday on July 1.

The annual Canada Day festivities on the south lawn of Queen's Park features new attractions including:

  • House band Infrared playing favourites, old and new
  • Chinese, Filipino, South Asian, Greek, Aboriginal, Caribbean, Latin American and Highland dancing
  • Kid show celebrities Cindy Cook from the Polka Dot Door and Judy and David
  • All Star Hockey and Basket Ball Shot challenges
  • Jump Box show featuring daring bike riding skills

Back by popular demand are face-painting, strolling performers, and a 21-gun salute.

A citizenship ceremony will take place at 11:00 a.m., after which attractions open from noon until 5:00 p.m.

Quick Facts

  • A Canada Day celebration at Queen's Park has taken place since Canada's 100th birthday in 1967.
  • A Canadian Citizenship Ceremony at Queen's Park has been held since 2006.

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“Canada Day at Queen's Park is a great way to celebrate our country with other Canadians. It's fun for the whole family”

Michael Chan

Minister of Citizenship and Immigration

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