Celebrate 150 Years – Free Events in Toronto on Canada Day

celebrate 150 years

We usually leave our plans for Canada Day as last minute since we can never decide on what to do. This year we want to celebrate 150 years with a day filled with fun family events and activities. There are so many celebrations and events to attend depending on what you are into. All events I have listed are family friendly and you can’t go wrong for a weekend of fun. Free Events to Celebrate 150 Years Looking for music, arts or a different taste for culture? Visit any of … Continue reading

Canadian Facts – Nature and Wildlife in Canada

On July 1, 1867, Canada joined the British North American colonies and formed the Dominion of Canada. The British North America Act of 1867, was celebrated in Toronto with the ringing of the bells at St James Catedral, with entertainment and fireworks afterwards. The British North America Act 1867 (now Constitution Act), United 3 colonies into a single country called Canada. Canada Day was originally called Dominion Day until it was renamed in 1982 as more and more referred to the day as Canada’s birthday creating what we now know … Continue reading

Canadian Fun Facts

Canada Day

Happy Canada Day – here are some Canadian fun facts about our incredible country!! You probably know that our national icon is the Beaver, Moose and Canadian goose. Our official languages are English and French and we have ‘Canadian Tire’ and colourful money, our $1. and $2. coins are called the loonie and toonie and gosh we love our Tim Horton Donuts and Coffee….but here are a few more facts you may not know…. 1) Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. However, its population density … Continue reading