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3 Fun Ways to Spend Canada Day in Edmonton


Photo by Jennifer Linford.

There is no shortage of fun things to do this July 1, as Canada celebrates its 148th birthday! Check out these fantastic places to spend your Canada Day in Edmonton:

The Alberta Legislature | 10 am – 7 pm
Watch some of the top local talents in music and dance on one of three performance areas on the Legislature grounds, and participate in free family activities. Make sure to head to the west side of the Legislature Building at noon for the traditional 21-gun salute. New this year, visitors can explore the Alberta Legislature Building during opening house hours from 12:30 pm – 5 pm.
107 St. and 97 Ave.

City Hall | 12 pm – 4 pm
Head over to City Hall in Sir Winston Churchill Square for an afternoon of free family fun! Enjoy live music and dancing, enter to win a Canada Day prize, listen to bagpipes, take a tour of City Hall, and participate in Kids’ Crafts by The Works Art and Design Festival.
1 Sir Winston Churchill Sq.

Fireworks and Light Show | 11 pm
Don’t miss the magnificent light and music show on Edmonton’s High Level Bridge, created by Edmonton lighting designer Scott Peters and musician Jason Kodie. The spectacular fireworks display over the river valley that follows will ensure that you end Canada Day with a bang! Prime viewing locations are the Alberta Legislature Grounds, Victoria Park, Ezio Faraone Park, Dantzer’s Hill and Government House Park, but be aware of any road closures.
—Georgia Ashworth

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