Here are some of Toronto’s virtual Canada Day celebrations that you can stream

Here are some ways you can safely celebrate the holiday during the pandemic

Toronto skyline

The City of Toronto has revealed a variety of virtual Canada Day events for people to stream from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Events will start on July 1st at 9am:

9am to 10am — Canadian Pancake Breakfast with Chris Zielinski and mayor John Tory
2pm to 5pm — Culture Jam, a virtual kaleidoscope of Toronto artists and neighbourhoods with more than 35 performances, including Kardinal Offishall, Ali Hassan and Cris Derksen
7pm to 8pm — Ready for Prime Time, featuring performances by Haviah Mighty, July Talk, Choir! Choir! Choir! and more
10pm — Canada Day Light Show at the CN Tower (watch on YouTube here)

See more information on Toronto’s Canada Day programming here.