Our celebration of Canada Day is pretty low-key, in comparison with national day celebrations in other countries. However, it’s usually a great day for a picnic with friends, and to stay up late to watch fireworks!
EDMONTON – Wondering where to celebrate Canada’s 147th birthday this July 1st? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Here’s a list of the festivities taking place in the Capital Region:
- The party gets underway at the Alberta Legislature at 7 a.m. with a three-hour free pancake breakfast. The entertainment will continue on the grounds until 10 p.m. You can see the full schedule and list of events here.
- Over at City Hall, there will be plenty of free music and activities for kids between 1 and 4 p.m.
- You’ll be able to soak in some culture at the Art Gallery of Alberta, where admission will be free all day.
- Celebrate the old-fashioned way: Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park. Regular admission rates will apply.
- History will be made at 11 p.m. as Edmonton’s High Level Bridge gets lit up by more than 50,000 LED lights, which…
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