Ontario will host its annual Canada Day festivities on the front lawn of Queen’s
Park in Toronto. In celebration of Canada and Ontario’s 150th anniversaries, a
citizenship ceremony for 150 new Canadians will be held on the main stage at Queen’s
Park at 10 a.m. Activities run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and musical performances will
run until 10 p.m. The official opening and 21-gun salute will begin at noon.
Admission is free.

The province’s official celebration at Queen’s Park on Saturday, July 1 includes:
Performances of Cinderella and The Little Prince, and meet-and-greets with the
castsUnity, a celebration of multicultural heritage, featuring Indigenous drum and
dance, and Indian, African, European, Asian and Latin styles of dance and movementAn
evening concert featuring Juno Award-winning Ojibwe country singer Crystal Shawanda,
Franco-Ontarian folk band Hey, Wow!, and the Toronto pop rock group Ginger Ale &

The Monowhales.Craft making, board games, trivia, pow wow drum and dance lessons,
and free yoga classesThe Legislative Assembly of Ontario’s open house from 12:30
p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Across the province, Ontario is supporting nearly 1,000 events and initiatives,
including Canada day celebrations, to help people mark this extra special
anniversary. From London to Thunder Bay, Owen Sound to Ottawa there are fun events
and festivitie
s for the whole family to enjoy.

150 years of history and accomplishment is not celebrated every day, so let’s make
Canada Day 2017 something to remember.