Tune into a morning livestream from 9 to 10 a.m. with hosts Devo Brown and Jessica Holmes, featuring socially distanced breakfast by Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Executive Chef Chris Zielinski and Mayor John Tory. Download the Canada Day buttermilk pancakes recipe and share your breakfast creations using hashtag #CanadaDayTO.
Enjoy a special 40th anniversary rendition of O Canada, family-friendly performances by Jully Black, The Next Generation Leahy, Classic Roots and Kim Mitchell, and learn dance moves from Keep Rockin’ You.
Gavin McLeod is a singer, songwriter and guitar player from Milton, Ontario. He has amassed a massive online following with his signature blend of rock, pop and blues.
Toronto-based soul singer Julie Kim uses her unique voice for a distinctly French-Canadian take on American neo-soul, drawing influence from Aretha Franklin, Jill Scott and Erykah Badu.
Ma-Anne Dionisio is best known for her role as Kim in the Canadian Premiere production of Miss Saigon. Her TV credits include: Schitt’s Creek, Remedy, Flashpoint and Wasting Love.
Brooklyn-born, Swiss-raised and Canadian-based Shakura S’Aida has performed at festivals in Dubai, Australia, Rwanda, Russia and on the Legendary Blues Cruise, in her four-woman tribute to Nina Simone.
Devo Brown is a television personality with Citytv’s Breakfast Television. He has interviewed the biggest names in music and entertainment and hosted major events, concerts and festivals across Canada and the U.S.
Jessica Holmes has showcased her unique comedy opening for giants such as Ellen DeGeneres, Russell Peters, Jerry Seinfeld and Oprah Winfrey. She is a vocal advocate for ending stigma surrounding mental health.
Chris Zielinski is an award-winning chef based in Toronto. He is the culinary director for all MLSE properties, including three stadiums and five restaurants.
With a unique sound of pow wow techno and contagious basslines, Classic Roots mixes a wide range of styles, establishing a sense of cultural freedom that echoes through his music.
Canadian Rock icon Kim Mitchell has been doing his “Rock N Roll Duty” for decades, and he continues to bring his creative energy and spirit, fully intact, to his new music in 2020. Soon to be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Juno-winning rocker will join heavyweight inductees like Gordon Lightfoot, Burton Cummings and Neil Young. Mitchell has achieved gold and multi-platinum sales status over a long and storied career. His latest full-length album, The Big Fantasize, will be released on El Mocambo Records in the fall.