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.
Share your Canada 150 event on the City's event calendar. You can also email your event information for inclusion into the Canada 150 Celebration website. Please, browse the official Canada 150 website and see what our City has planned for 2017.
Niagara Falls Canada 150 Celebration. Friday, June 30, 2017 to Sunday, July 2, 2017
For a complete listing of activities, please visit the Canada Day Celebration Event Schedule page.
Submission deadline was Friday, May 5, 2017. Questions? Please email.
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 and Vendor Opportunities
Vendor forms are now available. Please contact Lori Albanese for complete sponsorship details.
Auditions for Beauty & the Beast and Peter Pan – for performances on Canada Day!
Thank you to everyone who came and auditioned. Be sure to come and enjoy the live entertainment on Canada Day.
Canada Day Parade Grand Marshall
Special announcement coming. Stay tuned.
Vote for your favourite iconic Canadian Song
Vote for your favourite Iconic Canadian Song to be performed by the Choir at the Main Stage on Canada Day. Choices: Share the Land or Stand Tall by Burton Cummings, or another song! There are a ton of options to choose from such as Neil Young, Bryan Adams, Leonard Cohen, Tragically Hip, the Guess Who and more recent artists such as Arcade Fire, Strumbellas, City and Colour. Voting open until May 24. Email your favourite iconic Canadian Song or Artist to submit.
Calling All Singers
Come Join the Canada Day Choir on Saturday, July 1 from 11 am to 12 noon at the Children’s Stage in the Rosberg Family Park, beside Niagara Falls City Hall. Whether you are a shower singer or belt out songs in your car when no one is around, The City of Niagara Falls wants to hear you sing it loud and proud on Canada Day, in partnership with Choir Nation. Choir Nation provides an opportunity for people who love to sing, people who aren’t sure whether they can sing (you can!) and all those in between to learn an iconic Canadian song that you will get to perform as part of the Niagara Falls Canada Day Celebration. Over a 60 minute session, in the Rosberg Family Park beside City Hall, Music Director Sarah Jerrom will bring everyone together and the finished product will be an incredible choir. This event guarantees fun, some learning about proper vocal techniques and breathing for singers, and a sense of pride in what you can accomplish after you make your live music debut for the Opening Ceremonies. Meet us on July 1 at 11:00 am at the Children’s Stage in the Rosberg Family Park at Queen & Erie. Free Parking is available in all City Lots along Park Street.
You can view the Canada Day Celebration media release online.