Canada Day In Toronto: Here’s What To Do

on June 25, 2013

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If you are spending Canada Day in Toronto and looking for activities to keep you busy, here’s a breakdown.

Whether you want to relax and check out a fireworks show, eat some really delicious food or get crafty with the kids, we’ve got you covered.

1. BACONATION! at Harbourfront Centre: Legendary Barque Smokehouse will be on site smoking up delectable bacon dishes, including:
Smoked Pork Belly – with grilled pineapple and hoisin BBQ sauce
Peameal Bacon Taco – with maple slaw and grainy mustard aioli
Bacon Chips – Crispy corn tortillas with smoked bacon salt, charred corn and bacon salsa and more!

Get six samples for $7. Volunteers will also be on site to hand out sample tastes of a Canadian treat, BeaverTails!

Monday, July 1, 2013
1:00PM – 8:00PM
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto Ontario

2. Caledon Canada Day
This jam packed event is perfect for families! Rent a canoe or paddle boat, take in a magic show or go on a guided hike. Little ones can meet Strawberry Shortcake and Om Nom. Best of all, they have spectacular fireworks at dusk.
Monday July 1, 2013
5:00PM- 10:30PM
Albion Hills Conservation Area

3. Burlington Canada Day
Enjoy all day entertainment right along the waterfront at Spencer Smith Park. See live music and performances on two stages with a Canadian theme. There will be lots of activies for children to do, and a fireworks display at night!
Monday July 1, 2013
12:00PM to 10:00PM
Spencer Smith Park, Burlington

  • italo

    No reference to one of the best Canada Day fireworks in Ontario (Richmond Hill)?