Canada Day


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Canada Day

n.
July 1, observed in Canada in commemoration of the formation of the Dominion in 1867.

Canada Day

n
(in Canada) July 1, the anniversary of the day in 1867 when Canada became the first British colony to receive dominion status: a bank holiday. Former name: Dominion Day

Can′ada Day`


n.
a Canadian national holiday, July 1, celebrating the formation of the Dominion on July 1, 1867.
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The celebrations were observed nationally over a period four days, starting with National Aboriginal Day (June 21), Saint-Jean Baptiste Day (June 24), Canadian Multiculturalism Day (June 27), and culminating with Canada Day (July 1).
Those holidays are New Years Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
As final preparations for Canada Day celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of Confederation were being made on Parliament Hill nearby, a different kind of celebration took place at Christ Church Cathedral June 30.
Canadian University Dubai, in participation with the Embassy of Canada to the United Arab Emirates, announced its annual Canada Day scholarship on July 01, 2017 during the University's Canada Day party.
USA spoiled the away team's Canada Day celebrations in sunny San Diego on Saturday with an emphatic second-half performance that left the Canucks with nowhere to hide.
The Canada Day festivities featured a "large outdoor celebration in front of the national parliament, complete with acrobats, fireworks and musicians, including Bono and other members of Irish rock band U2.
In order to commemorate this historic event, Canada Day was first established in 1879 as was originally known as 'Dominion Day'.
About 500,000 people were expected to be in Ottawa for the long-anticipated Canada Day festivities, which features a large outdoor celebration in front of the national Parliament, complete with acrobats, fireworks and musicians, including singer Bono and other members of Irish rock band U2.
Saturday is Canada Day, a time when our neighbors up north (or, everywhere but south, if you're reading this from Maine) celebrate their national heritage.
Charles and Camilla will be in Quebec to commem orate Canada Day as part of a royal visit, which begins today.
That's not just in terms of leading Gilead Canada day to day, but to enable it to thrive and grow in the years ahead,"
Canada's first estate-grown teas Launched on Canada Day, 1 July, and will be available in limited guantities at the Teafarm tasting room and gallery near Duncan, or through their online store, www.

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