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Canada Day

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Celebrate Canada’s birthday with free events in Burnaby at three festive sites:

Canada Day

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Edmonds Plaza & Park

7433 Edmonds Street view map »

Join us in the free festivities, outdoors in the plaza and park for a fun day of:

  • amazing multicultural entertainment
  • face painting
  • cake
  • children's activities
  • youth soccer tournament
  • musical talent
    Stephen Scaccia
  • loonie swim inside Edmonds Community Centre, 11am-4pm
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Burnaby Village Museum

6501 Deer Lake Avenue view map »

With the backdrop of its 1920s village streets, the free festivities include:

  • parade
  • multicultural family entertainment
  • displays & demonstrations
  • children's games & activities
  • cupcakes
  • and much more! 
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Swangard Stadium

Doors at 5pm. Concert at 6:30pm. Fireworks at dusk.
Kingsway & Boundary Road view map »

This free, family-friendly concert featuring Said the WhaleDJ Khanvict and The Boom Booms caps off Burnaby’s Canada Day celebrations and includes:

  • games & activities
  • face painting
  • family zone exhibitors & sponsor tents
  • prize draws
  • spectacular fireworks

What To Bring

  • Reusable Water Bottle
  • Hat & Sunscreen
  • Wear something red!

Available On Site

  • ATM Machine
  • Water Stations
  • Food Concessions
  • Washrooms

Items Not Permitted On Site

Note: Everyone is subject to search upon entry.

  • No outside food and/or beverages
  • No Pets (except working animals)
  • No Alcohol & Drugs
  • No Professional Cameras (defined as cameras with a removeable lens)
  • No chairs   
  • Swangard Stadium is a smoke-free facility

Getting to Swangard Stadium

Parking is limited. Plan your trip where possible by transit, bike, carpool or walking.

Accessible Drop Off / Pick Up: Located at Boundary Road and 45th Avenue, close to Swangard Stadium's southwest gate.

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