Canada Day Celebrations 2019
It is the largest Canada Day party on July 1, each year in Ottawa, with live entertainment, family activities and spectacular fireworks! And this year, the capital of Canada is hosting a two-day festival on Sunday, June 30 and Monday, July 1, 2019.
Canada Day 2019 is Monday, July 1st. This day is a statutory holiday, which means that a large percentage of the population stops day and in turn, many retailers, government offices, libraries, schools and services are closed. At most workplaces, employees do not have to go to work, but they still get their regular salary.
Festivals like fireworks and parades are usually organized on this day. In major cities outside of Quebec, such as Ottawa and Toronto, Ontario and Vancouver, in British Columbia, the festivities start early in the day and continue in the evening, with music, sports and other festivities.
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Canada Day Toronto 2019
This national holiday is a great opportunity for Torrentian to see the city in red, the city’s wide fireworks party begins after the evening. This national holiday is celebrated with festivals parade, fireworks, concerts and other festivals which packs lots of red and white and maple leaves. Nearby. This festival is spread all over the country, and Toronto sees one of the biggest celebrations. The festival is held on July 1 on the parks and squares of the city. Festive hotspots include Amesbury Park, Canada’s Wonderland, Centennial Park, Downsview Park, Mel Lustman Square, Mississauga Celebration Square, Port Credit Memorial Park, Stan Waddo Park, 235 Queens Quay West, Ashburidge Bay, Markham Civic Center, Richmond Green Park Are included. , Chinguasuni Park and Mikiken Park The main celebration begins after 10 o’clock in the morning