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Weekend Guide: Canada Day

Let's celebrate this great country we call home! Check out our list below for the best place to celebrate!.

East York Canada Day 2022

The day kicks off with our famous Parade beginning at

Dieppe Park at 10:30am and winding its way to Stan Wadlow Park.

Afterwards Stan Wadlow Park will be bustling with main stage entertainment, midway, expanded kids activities, artisan market, food vendors and our beer garden hosted by Muddy York. Our day ends with a spectacular fireworks show presented by the City of Toronto.

Stan Wadlow Park

July 1 10:30-11

Q107 Canada Day Celebration

Featuring Q107 Rock & Roll Tributes to Tom Petty, The Tragically Hip, Foreigner, AC/DC, Alanis Morrisette, Pearl Jam and Bon Jovi. Then we’ll cap off the night with Toronto’s largest fireworks display from Ashbridges Bay.

Woodbine Park

FRI 12-10

Woodbine Park

Canada Day Fireworks

Follow the link to find the closest fireworks / and other celebrations

Beaches International Jazz Festival

A month-long music festival held each year in the lakeside Beaches community of Toronto in July.

Various Venues

Until July 24th

Salsa on the Beach

July 2-3

Woodbine Beach

LAB TEST: Patio Games & Pop Culture Trivia Party

Make the most of your summer, and party with your pooch at this event hosted by comedian, and child at heart, Ari Issac

Black Lab Brewing, 818 Eastern Ave.

SAT 6:30-9

Rhythms of Canada Festival

An enthralling and immersive local arts and culture experience packed with a variety of activities for all ages, including live performances, a souk-style Festival Market filled with unique finds by local artisans, food trucks that showcase Toronto’s worldly palate, and a special performance by an inspiring multi-platinum Canadian artist.

The Aga Khan Museum

Until SUN

Movies in the Park

Enjoy movies for free, here is a list of free outdoor movies this summer.

Union Summer 2022

Annual summer market that brings together Toronto’s top chefs, musicians, film screenings and live performances to Union Station.

Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza, outside Union Station

Until Aug 28

Lucky Lion Night Market Scarborough

Countless exciting eats such as grilled oysters and lamb/squid skewers, Korean corn dogs, sculptural cotton candy and stinky tofu! Plus: Canada Day fireworks at 10PM and music and performance collaboration with A1 Radio.

Splendid China Mall (4675 Steeles Ave E.)

Until July 3rd.

6ix Art Outdoor Exhibit

A one-of-a-kind art installation along Gristmill Lane will feature 13 unique statues, standing over 8 feet tall, painted by some of Canada’s most talented multicultural artists.

The Distillery Historic District

Until July 16


Walking tours of Toronto. ROMWalks encompass the diverse aspects of Toronto’s vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more

Select Wednesdays & Sundays until October

Visit a Farmers’ Market

Full list is here:

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