Everyone is welcome at Vancouver’s Canada Day on the waterfront at Canada Place however if you’re looking for something local, there are a few other locations where you can celebrate Canada’s 144th birthday.
Head to the Burnaby Village Museum for carousel rides, Vaudeville performances, dancers, artists, and more.
All of Fort Langley will be hopping with events happening at several locations. Admission to the Fort will also be free all day.
The fireworks at the Quay have been canceled but you can still stop by Queen’s Park for festivities throughout the day.
Lonsdale Quay will be the hub of activity on the North Shore with concerts and activities for the whole family. They’ll also be hosting a series of free summertime events throughout July and August as a part of SummerFest 2011.
Canada Day, July 1st means it’s also the 66th annual Steveston Salmon Festival. Starting out with a pancake breakfast the Canada Day Parade will follow along with music, craft shows, activities, and the famous salmon bake.
Celebrate at the Cloverdale Millennium Amphitheatre from 11:00am until 10:30pm, ending with fireworks.
Celebrate in Anmore, Coquitlam, Port Moody or Port Coquitlam.
John Lawson Park is the place to be with a family picnic, concerts, and fireworks finale at 10:30pm.