Happy 147th Birthday, Canada! You know, for an old broad, you look damned fine. Seriously, who did your work? Care to offer up a referral to the Real Housewives of All Cities?
Funnily enough for your birthday this year, we’re going to do the same thing as every year. Namely, getting white-girl-wasted while dancing under the twinkling stars – AKA mini explosions in your thinning atmospheric layers. Here’s where to watch Canada Day fireworks in Toronto…
Q107 Canada Day Picnic at Woodbine Park
Catch what should be the biggest fireworks display in Toronto on Canada Day at the massive east end park starting just after dusk.
At around 10pm on Canada Day 2014, Canada’s Wonderland will light up the sky with their annual patriotic light show.
What would Canada Day in Toronto be without Ontario Place’s annual grand spectacle, amirite?
Beginning around dusk (10pm), Downsview Park’s annual Canada Day fireworks will dazzle and delight on our nation’s birthday.
Mel Lastman Square
The annual City of Toronto Canada Day celebrations are back at Mel Lastman Square. The fireworks are going to crackle and sizzle while they fly through the night sky in North York.
Ashbridges Bay Park
Launching around 9:30pm, the annual fireworks festivities at Ashbridges Bay Park are back for the 2014 season.
Canada Day at Stan Wadlow Park
East Yorkers have their own Canada Day 2014 fireworks show to stick it to the downtowners. Watch them at Stan Wadlow Park around 10:30pm.
Ribfest at Centennial Park
On Canada Day 2014, Toronto’s west end revellers will watch the fireworks display from Ribfest at Centennial Park. They’re going off around 10pm.
Richmond Green Park in Richmond Hill
North of the city core? Head to Richmond Green Park (1300 Elgin Mills Road East) for the largest municipal fireworks show in the region.
Mississauga Celebration Square
Stuck in Mississauga this Canada Day? We’re sorry. But at least you can head to the Mississauga Celebration Square to catch some rad exploding lights at dusk.
Don’t forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to Canada Day in Toronto, too!
Where will you be watching the fireworks tonight? Comment below or tweet us @ViewTheVibe!