Canada Day Activities Abound

Canada Day
Lots to do on Canada Day. Even if relaxing in a hammock is your plan like Nicole
Canada Day
Lots to do on Canada Day. Even if relaxing in a hammock is your plan like Nicole

THUNDER BAY – There is lots to do on Canada Day. Thousands are headed to Prince Arthurs Landing. There is also entertainment at OLG Casino.

Up at Fort William First Nation the Pow Wow get rolling for 1PMEDT. Tonight at 11PM a spectacular fireworks show is planned off Thunder Mountain.

Canada Day is Your Day

In Terrace Bay the word is, get to the Arena from 11am to 5pm and then head down to the beach party starting at 6pm. Fireworks Display at Dark!

Canada Day is a time to relax and enjoy your own version of what is special about being a Canadian.

Prime Minister Harper shares:

Dear fellow Canadians,

We are fortunate for so many reasons to call this great country, Canada, our home.

We have a country of abundant resources and noble heritage.

A country where people of all backgrounds are given both the tools and the opportunities to flourish.

A country that serves as a model, of freedom, harmony and prosperity, the world over.

While we reflect on what makes Canada the best country to live, work and raise a family we must in the same breath, extend our deepest thanks, to our men and women in uniform who keep us safe, who represent us so well, and who inspire us with their sense of duty.

Today, as we celebrate the 146th anniversary of Confederation, let us declare with glowing hearts that we are first foremost and always, Canadians.

On behalf of my family, Laureen, Ben and Rachel, and on behalf of the Government of Canada, I wish each and every one of you, a very happy Canada Day!

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