Happy Canada Day!
Canada is celebrating its 152nd birthday this year! There are lots of fun, family-friendly activities happening across Toronto over the long weekend. We picked out some fun activities to do with your kids in the city! Check them out and plan your long weekend with your family. Also, don’t forget to bring your camera to capture unforgettable moments!
We can’t imagine the celebrations without fireworks on Canada Day! There are plenty of places to watch fireworks in Toronto, but Ashbridges Bay Park is one of the best spots to see Canada Day fireworks as it is on the water! Make sure to bring your camera and take amazing shots of fireworks!
It can’t go wrong with the amusement park for your family activities! With 70 different rides in Canada’s Wonderland, you can easily spend a day with your kids. Additionally there will be special events happening for Canada’s birthday celebration from Jun 29 – Jul 14! The events include authentic Canadian food, live music, street performers and much more! Also don’t miss out the amazing fireworks on July 1!
Celebrate the 13th Annual Multicultural Canada Day at Yonge-Dundas Square on July 1! This festival, hosted by the Community Folk Art Council of Toronto, will include multicultural folk dances, arts and craft, foods and traditions from diverse, multicultural groups! This is a great opportunity for your kids to experience different cultures while having fun!
Free activities for the whole family! This family event will feature everything from free inflatables and games for children, face painters, vendors, live entertainment to food trucks! The event starts at 4 p.m. on July 1, and the admission and parking are free! The night will end with a beautiful fireworks show, so don’t miss out!
Canada Day festivities at Mel Lastman Square will feature live music, hula hoop performances, arts, face painting and family-friendly onsite activities. If you’re in the north of the city, this event also includes spectacular fireworks beginning at 10:30 pm!
Get an Indigenous perspective through this Wigwam Chi-Chemung program, located at Trillium Park in Ontario Place, on Canada Day! This program will share the story of the 1805 treaty between the Mississaugas of the Credit and the settlers. It will mean a lot to your family and kids to learn some part of Canadian histories on Canada Day!