This year, July 1st took a different shape in the city of Montréal. We celebrated our pride of being Canadians together and virtually.
Today more than ever, the need to come together, to show our diversity and share precious moments with one another, is essential.
Produced in record time, the Canada Day virtual show in Montréal was pre-recorded. We have innovated by presenting a 60-minute series of performances that showcase Montréal’s cultural diversity in an unprecedented format, all while complying with public health authority guidelines and respecting the existing social distancing measures.
Our teams rallied to be able to offer you unique programming with renowned artists. Stars of the Quebec musical scene took part in this spectacle in an emblematic venue of the city of Montréal.
It is therefore the first show without an audience in the centre of the Olympic Stadium grounds, a historic event!
Credit: Sylvie Li @ shoot Studio - Tourisme Montréal
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Canada's national holiday is celebrated on July 1.
Canadians across the country and around the world show their pride in their history, culture and achievements. It's been a day of celebration, where many festivities are held across the country, since 1868.
Learn more about the creation of Canada Day: Gouvernment of Canada
Credit: Video 2020