A line-up of diverse, multicultural performances streamed on the City’s website and a range of online platforms on July 1 at 7 p.m. PST.
The City of Calgary is celebrating Canada Day from home this year. With a huge lineup of artists, the City's virtual Canada Day concert is here to replace the in-person festival that happened previously in-person.
Check out names like Paul Brandt, Lynn Olagundoye, T. Buckley and more on July 1 at 5 p.m. MST on the City of Calgary Facebook page.
Celebrate Canada Day in White Rock (virtually) with the Virtual Canada Day by the Bay.
Tune in to their Facebook page or Youtube page at 7 p.m. PST to enjoy musicians, comedy acts and more.
Like many other cities, Kamloops is moving the celebrations online. Watch for updates on the event's Facebook page and tune into the page at 11 a.m. PST.
Lac La Biche Region, Alberta
In this special Canada Day edition of the #LLBCOnline Festival, you can put your feet up at home, kick back on a lawn chair, or tune in from your desk to virtually explore this region northeast of Edmonton. LIVE tours, how-to's, fashion shows, giveaways, online shopping videos are hosted throughout the day on the @LLBTourism Facebook page.
The big party in Ottawa
A daytime and nighttime showcase with some major Canadian talent streamed right on Heritage Canada's Facebook page.
Here's a taste of the lineup: Paul Brandt, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Alanis Morissette, Avril Lavigne, Sarah McLachlan, The Sheepdogs, Joel Plaskett, The Jerry Cans.