On Canada Day, we celebrate our freedoms, rights and responsibilities as Canadian citizens. We remember the shared history, symbols and values that define us as Canadians. All of these things give us our identity.
How to celebrate Canada Day
Join the celebration
Watch the Canada Day daytime ceremony
Watch or attend the ceremony on Saturday, July 1 from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Eastern time! There will be a special citizenship ceremony, exciting performances by Canadian artists and more!
Attend an in-person citizenship ceremony
The citizenship ceremony is a meaningful final step in becoming a Canadian citizen. Most ceremonies across Canada are open to the public. Welcome new Canadians and reaffirm your citizenship by attending a ceremony!
Share the celebration!
Use the hashtags #MyCitizenship and #ImmigrationMatters to share your story and your Canadian pride.
Learn how #ImmigrationMatters to Canada
Make a difference
Canada is recognized around the world for assisting those in crisis situations. Find out how you can make a difference for those who need help!
How you can help with the wildfires in Canada
Support organizations that help those affected by the wildfires.
How you can help with Afghanistan
Many refugees need extra help settling in Canada. Supportive communities and service provider organizations are key to helping build new lives in Canada.
How you can help with Ukraine
Support Ukrainians in Canada and abroad by donating to and supporting trusted organizations and initiatives.
Welcome and help newcomers
Canada Connects is an initiative to help newcomers settle by matching them with Canadian citizens or longtime community members.
Learn more about Canada
Discover more about our culture and history!
Learn about Canadian identity and symbols
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