The 2023 Cavalcade of Lights in Toronto
A much-anticipated annual event, on until January 7, at Nathan Phillips Square. The 57th annual Cavalcade of Lights, presented by Desjardins Group.
The event showcases a 16.75-metre (55-foot) majestic white spruce tree grown in Baldwin, Ontario, adorned with over 500 ornaments, creating a dazzling ...
City of Toronto marks Canada Day on July 1
The City of Toronto offers a robust line-up of free programming for Canada Day, providing residents numerous ways to celebrate across Toronto, including signature annual fireworks displays at Centennial Park, Milliken Park, Stan Wadlow Park, and Ashbridges Bay Park. Daytime activities will occur...
New Years Eve Toronto
Ring in the new year with high-altitude fireworks along downtown Toronto’s waterfront. The fireworks represent hope for the coming year and form part of the Stronger TOgether program, honoring Torontonians’ resiliency during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Share your night on social media using #NewYearsEv...
Calvacade of Lights In Toronto
Until to January 7th
If you haven’t already, experience the magic of the holiday season with the much-loved Cavalcade of Lights presented by Desjardins Financial Group at Nathan Phillips Square.
Inspired by international lantern, fire, and light festivals, this year’s festivities will transform ...
Toronto marks National Indigenous Peoples Day
By Sean Delaney
On Tuesday, June 21 at 5:30 a.m., the City of Toronto presented the annual Sunrise Ceremony to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day, which celebrates the unique heritage, diversity and valued contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.
This year is the first time ...