2011 Canada Days Fireworks in Toronto

So, perhaps you have made any special plans for Canada Day on Friday? In case you haven't yet decided the way to celebrate our country, there are plenty of Canada Day events in Toronto to pick from. Obviously, outdoor events involving some blend of music, food and fireworks are big this weekend, however you can also get some history in, if you want.

The Canada Day Checklist

Over on About.com: Canada Online, Susan Munroe has build a Canada Day Checklist with all the strategies to a number of questions that frequently show up now of the year. Have a look if you want to find out more on our flag, our national anthem, the Fathers of Confederation, fireworks safety, and more.

Canada Day 2011 fireworks in Toronto will be happening on a grand scale in some locations, not to mention the various shows happening in backyards and neighbourhood parks over the city. A notable absence this year, however, will be the annual show at Downsview Park, that is cancelled on account of the Tragically Hip-headlined concert going on there each day on Friday.

This is a quick rundown of the other fireworks displays in Toronto on Canada Day, which happen on Friday, July 1st (only to confirm).

Ontario PlaceAlthough the Victoria Day fireworks were a no-go at Ontario Place in 2010, the western waterfront will once again be where you can a music-based show starting at 10:30 p.m. Always a remarkable display, the additional bonus in 2010 is the fact that admission to the grounds is provided for free because of the park's 40th anniversary celebrations.

Woodbine Beach / Ashbridges BayIn conjunction with the Red, White, and Vinyl Canada Day Festival, Woodbine Beach will host a fireworks display decidedly bigger than the one that came about on Victoria Day. Prior to the pyrotechnics, you will see many events and musical performances, including Alannah Myles, who somehow still manages to book shows. Opt for the fireworks, not the songs. Start time is 10 p.m.

Mel Lastman SquareGetting together again for that deficiency of fireworks at Downsview Park is the annual Canada Day festivities at Mel Lastman Square, which will be preceded by musical performances. The show costs nothing and gets arrived at 8 p.m. with fireworks at 10:15 p.m.

Canada's WonderlandAs always, those looking to fork over some bucks can take it the sprawling show at Canada's Wonderland. Day admission to the park is $44.99, along with the fireworks run at around 10 p.m., weather permitting.

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