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Toronto Unites Online for Canada Day 2020
July 1, 2020
Celebrate Canada Day Remotely!
On July 1, three livestream programs showcasing Toronto’s top talent from performing arts to culinary & comedy will unite all neighbourhoods, all ages & all cultures. I’ve recorded a special greeting from Toronto’s Poet Laureate to air during Toronto’s Canada Day 2020 Celebrations!
Closed captioning will be available for all Canada Day 2020 streaming and broadcast services. For all of the details, visit: toronto.ca/canadaday. #OhCanada #CanadaDayTO.
Canadian Pancake Breakfast, 9 – 10 a.m.
Share a holiday breakfast with Chris Zielinski and Mayor John Tory. Enjoy performances by Jully Black, The Next Generation Leahy and more. View full program.
Culture Jam, 2 – 5 p.m.
Spectacular showcase of Toronto artists and neighbourhoods featuring Kardinal Offishall, Ali Hassan, Cris Derksen and more. View full program.
Ready for Prime Time, 7 – 8 p.m.
CN Tower Light Show, 10 p.m.
The CN Tower will salute Canada Day with an extraordinary 15-minute light show beginning at 10 p.m. July 1, broadcast live on CP24. 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.
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