Oh Canada! Let’s celebrate Canada Day in a different way this year. Let’s get together virtually and share our pride in being Canadian. At all times, and especially on July 1, join the conversation on our social media platforms. Like and share using the #CanadaDay hashtag.
Check out the Canada resources below to help make the most of your 2020 Canada day!
Enjoy virtual Canada Day celebrations happening in cities and communities across the country on July 1.
- Download prepared interactive, creative and educational activities for the whole family. Have fun exploring each activity pack!
- Don’t Forget the Virtual Fireworks At 10 pm, local time, point your smart phone or tablet to the night sky and a 3-minute show displaying 3D fireworks will begin. The augmented reality experience will give you the same visual and sound effects as a real fireworks display!
Leader-Post: Canada Day Fireworks – 2018
Canadian DJ Skratch Bastid will host the first ever virtual Canada Day House Party, featuring a diverse, all-Canadian line-up with acts like Sam Roberts Band, Cadence Weapon, Dean Brody, Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, Tobi and more! The virtual event will be in benefit of the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Enjoy your surroundings and neighbourhoods as you run or walk in the spirit of Canada Day. Please share your pictures online using the hashtag #SKMovesOnCanadaDay Join in the rest of the PCC Virtual Canada Day celebrations after your walk, run or roll. Watch speeches from dignitaries, and videos of various artists' across Saskatchewan including Jess Moskaluke, Hunter Brothers and many more!
Celebrate Canada Day virtually this year with activities from the WDM Yorkton and the Yorkton Canada Day Committee. Enter and win their “best decorated home” contest and “coolest Canadian selfie” contest.
More things to do on Canada Day
Have a picnic at your favourite park
Go on a self-guided tour
Rediscover Regina’s hiking trails