Published on June 23rd, 2016 | by Kamla Wray
Where to Watch Canada Day Fireworks.
Looking to catch fireworks celebrations on Canada Day? Look no further. We’ve searched far and wide across southern Ontario to bring you some of the many attractions, locations and events hosting fireworks displays* on Friday July 1, 2016.
While many of the events are free to the public, please note some of the events and attractions have admission fees, so it’s best to confirm ahead of time.
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- Amesbury Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Ashbridges Bay Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Astrolabe at Nepean Point, Ottawa. 10pm
- Bayfront Park, Hamilton. 10pm
- Bracebridge Bay Park, Bracebridge. 10pm
- Blue Mountain Village, Blue Mountain. 10pm
- Canada’s Wonderland, Vaughan. 10pm
- Centennial Park, Etobicoke. 10pm
- Chinguacousy Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Cobourg Waterfront Festival, Cobourg. 10pm
- Downsview Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Hunter’s Bay, Huntsville. 10pm
- JW Marriot The Rosseau, Minnet. 10pm
- Kempenfelt Bay/Waterfront Parks, Barrie. 10pm
- Markham Civic Centre, Markham. 10pm
- Mel Lastman Square, Toronto. 10:15pm
- Milliken District Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Milton Fairgrounds, Milton. 10pm
- Mississauga Celebration Square, Mississauga. 10pm
- Port Credit Memorial Park, Mississauga. After dusk.
- Queen Victoria Park, Niagara Falls. 10pm
- Richmond Green Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Spencer Smith Park, Burlington. 10pm
- Stan Wadlow Park, Toronto. 10pm
- Streetsville Memorial Park, Mississauga. 10pm
*Times are approximate and subject to change based on weather conditions.
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