Where to Watch Canada Day Fireworks In Toronto

While there may be many Canada Day celebrations begging your participation, the one we can all agree on is that no matter what, you cannot call yourself a patriotic Canuck unless you watch fireworks somewhere – anywhere! – on July 1st. Here’s where to catch ’em in the TDot…

Ashbridge’s Bay Park

The annual celebration down in the beautiful Beaches area sees the explosions kicking off around 9:30pm. Be sure to bring roadies, Deep Woods OFF (it may be called the Beaches, but it’s forrest country there in the East), and collapsable chairs.

Centennial Park during Ribfest

Ribfest in Etobicoke always draws a massive crowd, but none as big as during the fireworks on July 1st. Head over early with an appetite so you can indulge in some of the best ribs you’ll ever pick off the bone before watching the sky light up overhead.

Canada’s Wonderland

At around 10pm on Monday, Canada’s Wonderland will launch about 6,000 fireworks into the air for their epic show. The lights dazzle above Wonder Mountain, and they’ve been custom designed by FX Works.

Mel Lastman Square

If you’re in North York (or just want to watch fireworks somewhere along the subway line), then Mel Lastman Square is your destination, where they’ll launch the fireworks in tandem with the booming music of an all-Canadian soundtrack.

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