Ideas for Canada Day Celebrations

Celebrating Canada Day

A guide on how to keep up usual Canada Day festivities during an unusual time

We are here to help you plan the best COVID-friendly backyard gathering to kick off July and celebrate a nation-wide holiday! It may not be the same sort of party you threw last year, but we assure you that the following tips will help keep the fun going.

First things first: it is important to stick with government guidelines. The province of Quebec has allowed for gatherings of up to 10 people. It is also recommended that these 10 people are members of max 3 different households. Nonetheless, whatever the weather may be on July 1st, you are allowed to host inside or outside, as long as these guidelines are followed.

Festive & fun food ideas:

We are entering BBQ season! How about ordering up some Canadian Grade AAA beef from one of our local markets. Check out the options at or

Although terasses are open, it is important to continue to support all our restaurants since they cannot operate at full capacity. Try great take out from this eclectic list of some of our faves:

+ Bon Vivant 

+ Pick Thai

+ Kaza Maza 

+ Grumman ‘78

Cocktails with a Canadian Twist

Why not show off your Canadian pride with a classic Canadian drink? We found the best caesar recipes (one is bacon infused!), as well as sangrias with a Canadian twist and many more on the following websites:

+ 7 Canadian-inspired cocktails you need to try now. Here

+ 16 Must-Try Cocktails for Canada Day. Here

+ 12 Sensational Canadian Cocktails. Here

Candian Music on Spotify

Canada is the home of many talented and diverse artists. Listen to country-pop by Shania Twain, up beat tunes by Justin Bieber, old-school hits by the Tragically Hip and folk songs by Neil Young!  Spotify has a great playlist called “Canadian Singers” that has what you need.

Don’t forget the Canadian paraphernalia!

Now that stores have the official ‘OK’ from the government to reopen, let’s support our local shops! Spice up your gathering with the red and white flag, cowboy hats, bandanas and temporary tattoos. You can even make Canada face masks! Here

Happy Canada Day from our family to yours.