Kicking off Canada’s 150th

Celebrate Canada's 150th with! See what events and activities are happening and where we're shopping to celebrate!

It’s time to celebrate our beautiful country, Canada.

With this big milestone of Canada’s 150th, there are plenty of ways to celebrate and events to participate in throughout the entire year. This is the perfect excuse to get out to explore and appreciate our very own country.

Park Pass

Canada is known to boast some of the most beautiful outdoor scenery, with a variety of national parks worth visiting. Explore nature at any park whether it is in your city, or requires a little bit of travel. In honour of Canada’s birthday, visit this link to receive a free Discovery Pass to visit any of Canada’s National Parks, Historic Sites, and Marine Conservation Areas that are operated by Parks Canada.

Local Wineries

A fabulous way to experience some local Canadian wine is to visit one of the many wineries in the country. Whether you visit Niagara or Prince Edward County in Ontario, Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, or anywhere else in the country; Canada has a vast selection of wineries to choose from. Jet off for a romantic weekend, or consider a girls trip to explore the beautiful and serene wine country. There’s no better way to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday than with a little wine!

Visit Ottawa

It only seems fitting that we visit Canada’s capital on its 150th birthday. Of course you should visit Parliament Hill for a little history and politics, as well as to show some Canadian pride. The Byward market is also an exciting place to enjoy some good people watching.  As well as tasty Canadian eats, and shopping at local vendors and stores. Don’t forget about the Rideau Canal, which you can visit throughout the entire year no matter the season. In the winter partake in skating on the river, which is the world’s largest skating rink. In the summer, take a leisurely walk or bike ride around the canal and admire the beautiful scenery.

Maple Syrup Festivals

Nothing quite says Canada like some local maple syrup. This sweet treat is a staple in our country and should be taken advantage of. The end of winter marks the start of maple syrup season, with plenty of Canadian cities celebrating with festivals and events. For Canada’s 150th, celebrate all the natural beauty our country has to offer. For example, the Calgary Maple Festival will run on March 4 and 5 with plenty of family friendly activities. You can also celebrate maple syrup season at the Maple Sugar Festival in Nanaimo, British Columbia, as well as in Vaughan, Ontario.

If you plan on participating in any of these Canadian activities or celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday outdoors, is the place to purchase all your gear. Whether you need warm clothing and accessories, or clothing and equipment for the summer, will help you receive cash back and save money with plenty of coupon and discount codes.

Consider shopping at Canadian stores such as Hudson’s BayRoots, Lululemon and to show your Canadian pride.


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