Canada Day in Toronto


Yonge-Dundas Square.  Live performances, food, dance, arts and crafts from around the world.

Blue Mountain Village.  Ceremonial cake, live music, guided hiking, family fun and fireworks.

Celebration Canada. Fireworks, live music, Canadian food, street performers and more.

Queens Park.  Live music and dance, roaming performers, children’s activities and 21-gun salute at 12pm.

Harbourfront Centre.  Beginning June 28 with live music and activities. Broken Social Scene performs July 1.

Black Creek Pioneer Village.  1867-inspired carnival, citizenship ceremony and historical exhibits.

Rouge National Urban Park.  Hiking and free shuttle service from downtown or North York starting Jun 29.

Woodbine Park.  Tribute bands, food vendors, beer garden, children’s entertainment and fireworks display.

For a full listing of Canada Day Events (and a list of local breweries) download the PDF below.

Canada Day in Toronto

Discover all you need to know for this year's Canada Day. From the traditional festivities to some great local breweries, we have you covered.

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