Canada Day Celebrations

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at Canada Days! A citywide celebration, Canada Days presents festivities at four locations across Toronto including a four-day festival at Nathan Phillips Square from June 30 to July 3, and one-day events at Mel Lastman Square, Humber Bay Park West and Scarborough Civic Centre on July 1. The rich fabric of Canada will be heard, seen and felt this summer!

Nathan Phillips Square

Barenaked Ladies, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Ron Sexsmith & the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) with special guest Rose Cousins, dvsn, Belly & dozens more! June 30 to July 3, 2017. Free.

Mel Lastman Square

Busty and the Bass’ dance-filled performances influenced by hip-hop & jazz & The Lytics, a group of young Canadian emcees with a musical pallet rooted in reggae, soul & jazz. July 1, 2017. Free.

Humber Bay Park West

Juno-nominated indie-folk artist, Basia Bulat wows audiences with her powerful voice & stomping feet. Hailing all the way from Ukraine, DakhaBrakha, an “ethno chaos” quartet. July 1, 2017. Free.

Scarborough Civic Centre

Influential rap duo Deen Squad, combines the raw essence of urban hip-hop with the core tenets of spiritual values. Desi rapper, Horsepowar, blends Bollywood beats. July 1, 2017. Free.


Canada Day Community Celebrations at 15 locations

City museums, heritage sites and parks across Toronto are also joining the celebration with entertainment and fireworks.

Amesbury Community Centre 11 am – 10 pm

Centennial Park 11 am – 11 pm

CN Tower 10:30 pm fireworks

Colborne Lodge in High Park 12 – 2 pm

Earl Bales Community Centre 8 am – 12 pm

Fort York Historic Site 10 am – 5 pm

Harbourfront Centre 12 – 11 pm

Mackenzie House 12 – 5 pm

Milliken Park 10 pm fireworks

Montgomery’s Inn 12 – 5 pm

Spadina Museum 12 – 3 pm

Stan Wadlow Park 11 am – 11 pm

Thomson Memorial Park & Scarborough Museum 4 – 10 pm

Weston Lions Park 5 – 10:30 pm

Woodbine Beach 10 am – 10 pm


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