Mississauga celebrates the country’s 151st birthday

June 29, 2018 by  

The Canada Day Celebration is taking place next month in Mississauga. This annual event attracts thousands of residents and visitors each year.

The celebration will be hosted by media representatives Sangita Patel from ET Canada, Antony Robart and Alan Carter from Global News, and Tasha Kheiriddin of radio station 640 Toronto. There will be music, fireworks and lots of family-friendly activities. There will also be plenty of food for purchase.

Musical guests are set to include Magic!, Allie X, Kid Koala, and Valley. Camp Canuck will offer a wide variety of activities that are sure to please everyone. There will be a water fountain to play in, the Moment Maker Photo Stations, a giant moose, beaver puppets, craft activities, and face painting. There will also be a poster making workshop hosted by the Art Gallery of Mississauga. In addition, several vintage fire trucks from Mississauga and Peel will be on location.

The official ceremony will take place at 4:30 PM and will be hosted by Mayor Bonnie Crombie. There will also be a Canadian citizenship reaffirmation ceremony.

Mississauga flyer printing firms may be asked to provide materials to advertise this popular event in the community.

The Canada Day Celebration will be held at Celebration Square in Mississauga this Sunday, July 1, from 2:00 to 6:00 PM. Admission is free of charge. For more information about planned activities, call 905-615-4311.