Canada Day in Toronto

Jun 26, 2015
Looking for ways to celebrate Canada’s birthday this July? Today on the blog Timbercreek Communities has some of our top picks for celebrating Canada Day in Toronto and the surrounding area for 2015.

Toronto Harbourfront

Enjoy the Toronto Harbourfront Canada Day Extravaganza brought to you by OLG. ThisTC Toronto CanadaDay family event features stunning fireworks on “Canada Eve” or June 30th with a 20-minute two-barge fireworks display set to music on Toronto’s central waterfront. Fireworks start at 10:40pm, but there will be plenty of family-friendly games and activities starting earlier in the evening.

Toronto Ribfest

The Rotary Club of Etobicoke is bringing you another delicious year of the Toronto Ribfest on Canada’s birthday. This huge festival is hosted in Centennial Park and includes live music, rides, carnival games and a massive selection of the best ribs and barbeque sauces from across Canada and the United States. The Toronto Ribfest runs from Saturday June 27th until Wednesday July 1st.

Canada Day at Queen’s Park

Bring the whole family down to Queen’s Park this Canada Day for a massive birthday celebration. Take part in a free rocket-making workshop, listen to live performances by top Canadian artists and a variety of crafts, midway rides and much more. This celebration takes place on July 1st from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m at the Ontario Legislature Building in Queen’s Park.

Mel Lastman Square

Celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday with an evening of live music, dance performances, family activities and a spectacular fireworks show at Mel Lastman Square in Toronto. This event takes place on July 1st from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. Timbercreek’s 6020 Bathurst Street Community is less than a 30-minute transit ride from Mel Lastman Square.

It’s easy and fun to celebrate Canada Day in Toronto with Timbercreek Communities’ top picks. For more information, visit us at timbercreekcommunities.com.

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