Many businesses, organizations, historical sites and more are excited to celebrate Canada Day with the community.

Canada Day Events:

Assiniboia Downs Canada Day Fireworks and Festival

There will be a spectacular fireworks display by CanFire Pyrotechnics, kids’ activities, live bands, food trucks, and 100+ artisans! 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Great Transcona Canada Day Scavenger Hunt

The Scavenger Hunt consists of a number of questions, with answers located in outdoor spaces around the Transcona Business Improvement Zone. All participating teams will go into the draw to win one of 3 Summer Fun Packs.

Canada Day Vintage Pop-up Market

587 Clifton St, Winnipeg. Clothing, furniture, art, records, vintage clothing, crafts, and more.

Canada Day at the Children's Museum

What better way to celebrate Canada’s Birthday than with a homemade sparkler?! Join the Children's Museum from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. as they create colourful crafty sparklers that little hands can enjoy over and over again.

Canada Day Super Run

Bring the family and kick off Canada Day with a fun race of either 5km, or 3km or bring the crew and do the Family Fun Run 3km! 

Celebrate Canada Day in Bridgewater Lakes Park

The Winnipeg Chinese Senior Association (WCSA) is organizing Canada Day celebrations which will be held at the fountain and park area in Bridgwater Lakes. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Canada Day at the Wetland Discovery Centre

Bring the whole family for an exciting day of all things Canada. Participate in a guided canoe adventure or rent your own canoe to explore the Marsh at your own pace. Have the Canadian flag or your favourite marsh critter painted on your hand.

People of the Red River

Join the people at the St. Andrews Heritage Center and Rectory for a FREE family day to explore early life in the Red River Settlement on Canada Day! A bannock stationMaker Market, and kids games and crafts.

Canada Day Celebration at Tyndall Park

Sports activities, fireworks, arts, entertainment and fun for all.

Winnipeg Goldeyes vs. Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks

June 30th @6:30 p.m. at Shaw Park

New Day at the Forks

The Forks is reimagining its July 1st activities this year in a way that includes a reflective, inclusive and fun day for everyone to come together. There will be multiple pop-up areas with live performances and activities, more than 150 artists and community members, hands-on workshops, and so much to see and do. 

Canada Day Paddle

On July 1st, Canada Day, participants can sign up for a two-hour tour that involves night paddling on Lake Winnipeg after which we will ‘raft up’ to take in the annual Canada Day Fireworks Show at Gimli Harbour.  It is exciting to bob along as a group while the night sky comes alive with colour.

RocketRez Canada Day Celebration

Flag raising ceremony, wagon rides, guided tours, activities for kids, waffles, rollkuchen and watermelon for sale, hayrack sale and more!

Hunter Brothers Canada Day Outdoor Live Concert

July 1st @ 9:30 p.m. at Killarney Ag Campground. Family activities throughout the day, food trucks, live music featuring Hick Town throughout the day, opening act: Trevor Panczak, Hunter Brothers, and fireworks.

Canada Day Concert in Lac du Bonnet

Let's rock the rink this July Long! Dance the night away to 6 rocking tribute bands in support of the Lac du Bonnet arena!

“Canada Night:” A Homegrown Canadian Rock ‘n’ Roots Retrospective

Join the people at Blue Note Park on the evening of July 1st for an electrifying evening of this nation’s greatest hits. Featuring Chris Carmichael, Gabriela Ocejo, Kevin Hogg, Jamie Buckboro, Sarah Maureen, Rob Pachol and many more!

2022 Canada Day Virtual Walk and Run

All Canada Day 5 mile and 5K participants will receive a limited edition Canada Day Cooler Bag and Finisher’s Medal. 1K Kids participants receive a finishers medal.

Canada Day Block Party

Assiniboia Downs, food trucks, vendors, music from 4Korners and Frank Walker.


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Events During Canada Day Long Weekend

Blue Note Park Big Blues Bash

Blue Note Park Big Blues Bash feat. Brent Parkin, Chris Ghidoni Band, Groove Pirates, Blue Noise, Debra Lyn and more!! Under 18 with a parent or legal guardian.

Schipp’s Creek

A tale as old as time… rich people lose all their money and are forced to see how the real world lives. Okay, maybe not as old as time… but… as old as 2015? Celebrations Dinner Theatre sets its pop music parody sights on a new TV classic.


A circus art performance born from the mind of African Native Amara Condé. Features African dancing & drumming, acrobatic performances, poll dancing & Ariel straps, hip hop & hoop dancers, tumbling & contortionist all brought together by the magical vibrations of live music - Including local Winnipeg professional and armature artists as well as cirque du Soleil performers.

The Big Bounce Park

The Big Bounce Park is Canada’s biggest outdoor Inflatable theme park. They are here to provide the most fun and entertainment for everyone to enjoy in a big way. They've created an action-packed day out suitable for all ages and featuring some of the most unique and exciting custom-built inflatable attractions ever made.

Rainbow Stage - The Hockey Sweater

The Hockey Sweater is a timeless Canadian Story that has charmed generations! Now it comes to life on our stage as a spectacular, new family musical!

Transcona BIZ Community Markets

This year will include some favourite handmade vendors as well as some new vendors to discover across 9-day and 2-night market dates!

Bison Safari

Venture inside FortWhyte Alive’s bison prairie for an up-close encounter you’ve got to see to believe.

Family Day at Morning Sound Farm

Let the kids see a real farm-and all the baby animals- in a fresh country space. All activities are included in admission, including unlimited pony rides.

The 10x10x10 Series

These concerts have been carefully curated in order to provide Manitobans with a special soundtrack for the perfect summer.

West End Neighbourhood Patio

The West End Neighbourhood Patio was envisioned as a way to move the intimate atmosphere of our venue outside and into the community.


The list of events is from ToDo Canada