Toronto unites online this year for Canada Day. Enjoy music, dance, comedy, CN Tower Canada Day Light Show and much more on Canada’s 153rd birthday. Participate in virtual Canada Day programs from home and download a Celebration Kit with interactive and creative activities for the whole family. Plus, nominate a frontline worker for recognition.
The City has raised the Canadian flag to celebrate Canada Day and mark the 40th anniversary of the Canadian National Anthem.
The CN Tower will salute Canada Day with an extraordinary 15-minute light show beginning at 10 p.m. July 1.
With powerful light cannons beaming across the city sky and a playlist featuring music by a diverse group of Canadian artists simulcast on CHUM FM 104.5 all of Toronto can tune in and look up, and all Canadians can watch from home and sing along to a celebration in light and sound.
Whether you enjoy sports, culture, art, history or food, there is an activity pack for the whole family! The Celebration Kits offer interactive, creative and educational activities:
Have fun exploring each pack and share your experience using #CanadaDay.
Enjoy Canada Day fireworks in a fun and innovative way:
Our tireless frontline workers are special people. They are also your family, friends, neighbours, co-workers. Be part of Toronto’s big thank you to essential frontline workers by nominating your everyday hero now at RespectTO.ca*.
* The RespectTO project is managed by Makers.to and nominations can be registered at RespectTO.ca. Makers.to will be collecting and managing the collection of data for this project. The City of Toronto is not the owner of the information. The City of Toronto will not collect, use, maintain or have access to any information relevant to this project.
Closed captioning will be available for all Canada Day 2020 streaming and broadcast services.