Canada Day Celebration

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Canada 150 

In 2017, Canada will celebrate the 150th anniversary of confederation! Niagara Falls residents, along with all Canadians, will have an opportunity to mark the 150th anniversary of our Country. We encourage you to start thinking about how you can celebrate Canada as we approach this milestone.

Special Events
Share your Canada 150 event on the City's event calendar. You can also email your event information for inclusion into the Spring/Summer edition of the Niagara Falls My City Guide and the Canada 150 Celebration website. Events must be submitted by January 6, 2017 for inclusion into the My City Guide.

Niagara Falls Canada 150 Celebration – Saturday, July 1, 2017

Join in this year’s Niagara Falls Canada Day Celebration, to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday! The Niagara Falls Canada Day Celebration is one of the biggest events in the City of Niagara Falls, attracting close to 20,000 people and recognized by Festivals & Events Ontario as one of the TOP 100 Festivals in Ontario. The July 1, 2017 Canada Day Celebration will be filled with nonstop activities including a 1K & 5K Run/Walk for St. John Ambulance, Citizenship Ceremony, Canada Day Parade, fabulous entertainment, food vendors, exciting buskers, Extreme sports demos, free birthday cake, huge children’s area, art show, car show and more - creating a huge sizzling street celebration.

Entry Submissions

Please complete our entry forms online.  For those in need of hard copy forms, they can be obtained at the MacBain Community Centre during business hours.  Submission deadline is Friday, May 5, 2017. 

Volunteer Opportunities

It’s never too late to sign up to volunteer!  Volunteer information and sign up meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 15, 2017 at 3:30 pm, upstairs in the MacBain Community Centre, 7150 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 3N3.

Sponsorship Opportunities

 Please contact Lori Albanese for complete sponsorship details.

Remember to check back here for updates on the Canada Day Celebration.