Your guide to celebrating Canada Day! 🇨🇦
Happy Canada Day!
Overwhelmed with options for the holiday? No worries, we’ve put together all the best spots to spend the holiday weekend in Whistler and Pemberton.
Whistler Farmers' Market
When: June 30th & July 1st from 11 am - 4 pm
Where: Upper Village Stroll, Base of Blackcomb Mountain
"The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered nonprofit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts, and services. "
Whistler Village Canada Day Parade
When: Sunday July 1st, Noon
Where: Whistler Village
Whistler’s Famous Canada Day Parade will make its way from Whistler Olympic Plaza to Mountain Square along the Village Stroll.
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
When: June 30th & July 1st at 7pm (Note: Revised time to due weather forecast)
Where: Whistler Olympic Plaza
Roll out your blanket and listen to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra as they bring classical music to Whistler Olympic Plaza over the Canada Day Long Weekend. All performances are free to attend and there will be a small wine and beer garden available. Soak up the holiday atmosphere and extend your stay beyond the weekend to make a mini-vacation in the mountains.
Fireworks at 1,800m (6,000ft)!
When: Sunday July 1, 10pm
Where: Roundhouse Lodge, Whistler Mountain
Whistler Blackcomb is celebrating Canada Day with a fireworks display on Whistler Mountain. Purchase your Peak 2 Peak 360 Experience Ticket (or use your Season Pass) to access the Whistler Village Gondola. Make an evening out of it and attend the Mountain Top Summer Feast beforehand. There are a limited number of seatings so it's recommended to get your tickets early.
Canada Day in Pemberton
When: Sunday July 1st, 10am - 1pm
Where: Pemberton Community Centre
Start the day off at the Canada Day Parade. Participants gather at the Pemberton Community Barn for 9 AM. The parade route begins in town winding its way to the Pemberton & District Community Centre for 10 AM. Following the parade enjoy family fun on the Community Centre lawn from 10 AM to 1 PM. Activities include live performances, address from the mayor and cutting of the Canada Day cake. For a full schedule of events, CLICK HERE.