Canadians celebrate! The National Day of Canada is here!
British North American Act
Just like all major holidays, Canada Day or Fête du Canada traces its roots to a historically significant event.
|Canada Day in Ottawa|
Every July 1, the federal holiday in Canada is widely observed for its historical, cultural and nationalist importance. All over the country, celebrations of this festive summer holiday include spectacular fireworks displays, colorful parades, delicious barbeques, exciting carnivals and fairs, enjoyable family picnics and entertaining concerts.
|Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss), seated at desk covered with his books|
|Emblèmes of Luxembourg|
|A Father's Tenderness|
|Father and Son|
|Arms of the United States of America |
(E Pluribus Unum)
|Royal Monogram of Queen Elizabeth II's |
|Queen Mary touring London's dockyard area with |
Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Rose, May 1939.