July 1: Celebrate Canada Day with livestreaming

Full day of programs and performances for Torontonians

The city is organizing Canada Day celebrations with morning, afternoon and evening livestream programs of music, dance, comedy, a virtual light show and more on the country’s 153rd birthday.

Torontonians can participate in virtual Canada Day programs from home and download a Celebration Kit with interactive and creative activities for the whole family. Plus, nominate a frontline worker for recognition.

The livestream programs begin on July 1 at 9 a.m.​

Among the programs scheduled are the following:

9–10 a.m. — The Next Generation Leahy Canadian Pancake Breakfast with Chris Zielinski and Mayor John Tory, with performances by Jully Black, the Next Generation Leahy and more.

2–5 p.m. — Kardinal Offishall Culture Jam, a showcase of Toronto artists and neighbourhoods featuring Kardinal Offishall, Ali Hassan, Cris Derksen and more.

7–8 p.m. — Haviah Mighty Ready for Prime Time, an engaging, interactive performances by Haviah Mighty, Gordon Lightfoot, Choir! Choir! Choir! and more.

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Posted: Jun 17 2020 1:52 pm
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