Discover lights across Canada’s capitals

In the capitals across the country, Canadians can admire the thousands of lights that shine every evening between December 8, 2021, and January 7, 2022.

Each capital and territory highlights its monuments and sites. This is the perfect opportunity to admire the festive lights in your own capital and celebrate this period of winter in Canada.

Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)

Province House
165 Richmond Street
Charlottetown PE

Edmonton (Alberta)

Legislative Assembly of Alberta
10800 97 Avenue North West
Edmonton AB

Fredericton (New Brunswick)

Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick
706 Queen Street
Fredericton NB

Halifax (Nova Scotia)

Province House
1726 Hollis Street
Halifax NS

Iqaluit (Nunavut)

Legislative Assembly
Building 926, Federal Road
Iqaluit NU

City of Québec (Quebec)

Parliament Building
1045 rue des Parlementaires
Québec QC

Regina (Saskatchewan)

Legislative Assembly
2405 Legislative Drive
Regina SK

St. John's (Newfoundland and Labrador)

Confederation Building (East Block)
Prince Philip Drive
St. John's NL

Toronto (Ontario)

Legislative Assembly of Ontario
111 Wellesley Street West
Toronto ON

Victoria (British Columbia)

British Columbia Legislature Building
501 Belleville Street
Victoria BC

Whitehorse (Yukon)

Yukon Legislative Assembly Office
2071 Second Avenue
Whitehorse YT

Winnipeg (Manitoba)

Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
450 Broadway
Winnipeg MB

Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories
4570-48th Street
Yellowknife NT

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