Friday, October 22, 2021
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Canada Day to be celebrated virtually this year

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Canada Day will be celebrated a lot differently here in 2020 thanks to COVID-19.

The federal government announced on Friday (Apr. 17) it’s decided to celebrate Canada Day virtually in a way that will allow Canadians to come together to share our pride.

For Canada Day 2020, officials say they are working with Canadian artists and artisans to put together a virtual program, reflecting our diversity and values, and showcasing the immense talent our country has to offer.

They say more details will be announced soon.

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