Canada day, Montreal

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    Bonne Fete CANADA!!!

    by appaloosy Updated Feb 28, 2013

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    July 1st is CANADA'S BIRTHDAY, and Montrealers celebrate it with style and pinache!! That's because MONTREAL is Canada's cultural capital of Canada!

    The party begins at 11:00AM with a huge parade right in the heart of downtown Montreal - along Ste. Catherine St. And if that's not enough, don't forget to take in the free open-air concerts during our on-going world famous Montreal JAZZ Festival!

    And don't forget the fireworks show, down at le Viex Port (harbour front) at 11:00PM


    Learn more about Canada's National Holiday:

    Visit here to hear our national anthem:

    Activities and festivities at le Vieux Port de Montreal:

    And check out these various web cams in & around Montreal!!! (including the Festicam!!)

    Bonne Fete CANADA!!

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    Fete du Canada - Canada day

    by eternel2002 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Every 1st of july Canada celebrate its birthday, in Montreal the festivities are held in the old port where many activities are organized for children as well as for adults, the celebration ends with a big concert of local famous artists and followed by a nice illimunated fireworks.

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    Canada Day = Moving Day

    by brazwhazz Written Mar 31, 2006

    To Montrealers, July 1st is not only Canada Day, but also Moving Day!

    That is because the vast majority of leases last from July 1st to June 30th. So every year on this day, thousands of people round up their friends to help them move (in return for pizza and beer, naturally). So if you're wondering what all those moving trucks are doing all over town, don't worry, people aren't fleeing the city by the masses -- this is very normal.

    If you're in Montreal at this time of year, you may want to set aside July 1st to visit some residential neighbourhoods and witness this interesting social phenomenon first-hand... before heading to the more official Canada Day celebrations at night, of course!

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