There were lots of notable events and parties happening on July 1, but the guests at the Millarville Racetrack were probably having the most fun out of anyone imbibing on their day off. The Millarville Racetrack is usually the last...
On July 1st, the Millarville Racetrack is going to be hosting a splendid social gathering. If you managed to get a ticket, then you should be patting yourself on the back right now because the Packwood Grand is going to be a day like no other. Inspired by the Kentucky Derby, it’s an elevated affair that involves lots of beautiful people, six exhilarating races and only the hottest summer fashion
It’s not every day your country turns 147. And if there’s one thing Canadians know how to do, it’s party. Especially when it’s essentially a patriotic duty. So we put together a list of ways you can spend your Canada Day in Toronto, all of which show some love for our home and native land
We love Canada. You love Canada. So why not look like it? And we’re not talking about your traditional red and whites, or passing a flag off as a skirt come July 1st. We want to dress you from head to toe in garb that’s actually been made by Canadian companies
Put on your patriotic red and whites this coming July 1st and celebrate Canada Day alongside thousands of other like minded young professionals and choose from an array of activities set to take place around Vancouver. Be it a Canada Day-themed BBQ and volleyball game at the beach that you’re after, or a trek out to check out Steveston’s annual Salmon Festival – take your pick and get the party started.
As Canada gets ready to celebrate its 145th birthday, young professionals who aren't cottage-bound for the long weekend are probably wondering what their best options are for the festivities. Here's what's going on in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary on July 1
From a craft beer market to citywide festivals celebrating our country's 145th birthday, there are more than enough events to keep you in the city for Canada Day. Here's the rundown on what young professionals can look forward to this weekend
From the Canada Day Parade to DJs on the beach, there's no shortage of events for young professionals as we celebrate our nation's birthday. Here's what's going on in the city if you'll be spending July 1 in Montreal
On this, our nation's 144th birthday, there are numerous festivities happening across the country, and it's interesting to note the similarities and differences from one city to the next. So, to show the diversity of beautiful Canada, here's a rundown of how Canada Day is being celebrated in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, and Montreal