- Canada Day in Saskatoon will take on a slightly different appearance as activities move downtown.
- Ali claimed that some important facts had been posted on the official website so that people may learn more about residential schools and Indigenous issues.
As events move downtown, Canada Day in Saskatoon will look slightly different.
Shad Ali, the director of Canada Day Saskatoon, told CTV News, “Transit will provide a shuttle from 3 or 4 different retail centers to help visitors reach downtown.” “City parking spaces are free because it’s a holiday.”
According to Ali, the concept this year will be a little different from prior years.
“This year’s theme is a reverent honoring of our country. We choose that because, in our opinion, it is one of the things that must be done, he said.
There are undoubtedly some things we are not very proud of, and we must recognize some historical facts.
Ali stated that for people to learn more about residential schools and Indigenous issues, some crucial details had been put on the official website.
“We also want to honor the continued strength of this country. It remains free. We must be on the lookout for that, he said.
In addition to celebrating Canada as it is today, we also want to plan for and create the Canada of the future.
PERFORMANCES FOR CANADA DAY
The following locations in the Saskatoon area are hosting Canada Day celebrations that start at noon:
The stage at River Landing Amphitheater (414 Spadina Crescent E)
The Chinese Dance School of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Scottish Country Dancers, Qu’appelle Valley Dancers, Afghanistan Women’s Choir, Mudra School of Performing Arts, Nrityati Performing Arts, River City School of Irish Dance, African drumming and Indigenous dance, drum as well as song presentations, Brazilian dance, elder blessing, children’s singer Sylvia Chave, Super Ron the magician, indigenous storytelling, and Saskatoon Scottish Country Dancers are just a few of the groups performing beginning at noon.
Plaza Nasser (2 Spadina Cresent E)
At Nasser square, there will be family-friendly activities all day long, including:
- Taste of bannock
- Face painting is available from 11-2 and 7-9 p.m.
- 12-3 p.m. Balloon by Warren Funn
- 2:20-2:30 Ron the Super Magician.
- 2:50-3 p.m. Highland Dance Association of Saskatoon.
At the traffic light, on Spadina Crescent E, and at Friendship Park, there will also be a variety of neighborhood vendors selling food, beverages, and other things.
The fireworks display will commence from the Broadway Bridge at 10:30 p.m.
The British North American Act was enacted 155 years ago on July 1st, 1867.
Source: CTV News