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11 Things To Do To Celebrate Canada's Birthday In Toronto

No one knows how to get down like Canadians!

In Toronto we know how to throw a good birthday party, and we sure love to party. This Summer, all Canadians are going to be going CRAZY to celebrate Canada's huge 150th birthday. How are you going to be celebrating the huge day?

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Do you wave with pride from sea to sea? Then show your pride for our incredible country this weekend when we celebrate the birthday of our home! Check out this list of amazing events happening. 

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Celebrate good times during Canada Days. 

Canada has had a pretty great year so far, and the party continues! From June 30 to July 3, A huge festival will stretch over different points in the city. Main festivities happening at Nathan Phillips Square, and more one day events happening at Mel Lastman Square, Humber Bay Park West & Scarborough Civic Centre.

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Check out the Gibson House Preserves.

Open until August 31st, the Gibson House will provide jars and suggestions for community members to create their own Canada Memory Jar to be included at the museum's fall exhibit.

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Enjoy the outdoors with Music in the Orchard.

On July 9th and 16th, bring your blanket or lawn chair to Spadina Museum and enjoy outdoor musical performances! What better way to celebrate Canada's diverse music scene by grabbing some friends, listening to some live music and chilling.

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Basia Bulat playing at Humber Bay Park West. 

On the day of Canada's birth, enjoy some live music from a variety of artists and celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.

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Kick back and drink beer at Brewer's Backyard. 

Come through to Evergreen Brickworks from 11am to 5pm for a celebration with craft beer. Great Lakes Brewery is the featured brewery of the day, and the event is sure to be a good one!

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Listen to amazing performances at Scarborough Civic Centre. 

On July 1st, incredible rap duo Deen Squad is putting on a hip hop show at Scarborough Civic Centre, celebrating Canadian music and culture!

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Cruise with the Toronto Boat Festival.

Pick your boat based on music taste! Then hit up the Official TBF After-Party at Fiction Night Club at 180 Pearl St. All happening July 1st!

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Visit The Royal Ontario Museum for free!

The ROM is offering free admission to all visitors on july 1st! Enjoy the day looking at incredible artefacts!

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Visit the world's largest rubber duck at the Redpath Waterfront Festival.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the city of Toronto, and it's totally worth taking a selfie in front of this insanely huge rubber duck!

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Relax by the water at Wavelength. 

Wavelength is hosting a free Canada Day concert at Humber Bay park headlined by Guelph duo, The Magic. Come support Canada's local music scene!

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Bike around the city with Bike Pirates. 

This incredible bike tour hosted by Bike Pirates which will guide a group riding from Trinity Bellwoods to Humber Bay Park West starting at 3pm.

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Celebrate the iconic Canada day fireworks at the most Toronto spot in the city, The CN Tower. 

The fireworks are the perfect way to end off your Canada 150 celebration day. The most incredible #views you'll see all summer.

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