Jun 26, 2015

Canada Day

The birthday of a country is a special day for the citizens of that country. Canada Day was first celebrated on July 1, 1867, commemorating the Constitution Act, 1867, which integrated three colonies into one country named Canada. It was initially called the Dominion Day, but with the approval to pass the Canada Act, it was renamed in 1982. Various activities at the Canada Day include parades, festivals, fireworks, musical performances, and more.

The Calgary Stampede is scheduled for July 3 to 12, 2015, Calgary Stampede is an exciting outdoor show held in Calgary, Canada. It is an annual exhibition and rodeo that helps people re-live the era of cowboys. Over one million people attend this annual festival that features First Nations exhibitions, a parade, rocking stage shows and concerts. The Calgary Stampede is famous for rodeos, and chuck wagon racing, along with competitions.