30 Apr Celebrate Canada this summer
The Celebrate Canada days highlight our ethnic, linguistic, cultural and regional diversity, which helps make Canada a truly inclusive and outward-looking country.
More than summer celebrations, they are opportunities to reflect on our values, our past and our future as a society.
Let us use these days to strengthen the ties that bind us together, to create meaningful connections within our communities and to rekindle our Canadian pride as we move forward on the road to reconciliation and a better future.
National Indigenous Peoples Day – June 21
June 21, on the summer solstice, let’s take a moment to learn more about the culture, traditions, languages, contribution and heritage of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples.
Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day – June 24
In Canada, nearly 10 million people speak French! Let's join Francophones and Francophiles in celebrating the dynamic French-speaking culture as well as Quebec National Day.
Canadian Multiculturalism Day – June 27
Canada's cultural diversity has roots around the world. Let’s take the time to appreciate the contribution of different multicultural groups and communities to our society.
Canada Day – July 1
Let’s celebrate the people and places that make this country beautiful. Let’s shine a light on Canada’s diversity, inclusion and youth and look at the future with optimism.
National Acadian Day – August 15
On this day, let’s recognize and celebrate 400 years of Acadian contributions to this country and to the Canadian Francophonie.
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