Celebrate Canada

National Indigenous Peoples Day, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, Canadian Multiculturalism Day, Canada Day and National Acadian Day are opportunities to celebrate our ethnic, linguistic, ethnocultural and regional diversity, which helps make Canada a truly inclusive and outward-looking country.

On each of these days, summer celebrations take place across the country, allowing us to make connections within our communities and reflect on our values, our past and our future as a society.

Let’s spend these days celebrating our Canadian pride and the multiple cultural heritages that contribute to the richness and unity of our country.

National Indigenous Peoples Day –
June 21

June 21, let’s celebrate the cultures, traditions, languages, contributions and heritages 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 the Fête nationale du Québec.

Canadian Multiculturalism Day –
June 27

June 27 is an opportunity for everyone to learn more about Canada's rich cultural diversity. Let's celebrate the contributions of different multi-ethnocultural communities to our society.

Canada Day –
July 1

July 1st is a time to get together and share with our community what makes us proud to be Canadian.

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.

Events near you

Wherever you are in the country, various events are taking place near you as part of Celebrate Canada! Browse the list of events and discover what will be happening in your community in 2024.

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