Canada Day fireworks in Toronto for 2022 will light up the sky in honor of the 155. of our countrye birthday. This Friday, July 1, colorful fireworks events take place in many locations around the city for your viewing pleasure.
Here are the Canada Day fireworks celebrations in Toronto this year.
The city’s annual Canada Day fireworks display kicks off at 10pm at this beachfront park. Thousands of people are expected for this show so make sure you walk or take the TTC as parking is sure to be a nightmare.
Mel Lastman Square
Canada Day is celebrated in this public square in North York from 2 to 10 p.m. Leading up to the spectacular 10pm fireworks display there are live music, dance performances and a variety of food vendors. Admission is free.
The annual fireworks display at Canada’s Wonderland is always a must-see event. The fireworks start as soon as the park closes at 10 PM. The specially designed fireworks are set to an original soundtrack. The 15-minute show features over 6,000 colorful explosions and reaches heights of over 800 feet.
The fireworks show at Milliken Park in Scarborough starts at 10pm. This park is known for their captivating fireworks displays, so get there early to get a good seat.
Stan Wadlow Park
Canada Day festivities kick off bright and early at Stan Wadlow Park near Woodbine Avenue and O’Connor Drive. Entertainment on the main stage, craft market, beer garden and food vendors are all in full swing from 11am. Fireworks start at 10pm
This North York park never disappoints with their captivating Canada Day fireworks display. This year’s celebrations will be held on the park’s Festival Terrace, a 13.6-acre field with a capacity of 40,000 people. The fireworks on this highly anticipated event will start at 10pm