Toronto Canada Day celebrations

CANADA DAY 
Mel Lastman Square
Friday, July 1, 2011
8pm
Free Admission

Celebrate Canada's 144th birthday with live musical performances and spectacular 
fireworks. The gospel-influenced, R&B sounds of Ray Robinson kick off the 
evening, followed by nine-piece powerhouse King Sunshine with their explosive 
beats rooted in underground disco, funk, deep house and techno.
www.toronto.ca/special_events/canada/2011

Canada Day at Mel Lastman Square is produced by the City of Toronto.
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CANADA DAY 2011
Events across Toronto

Check out all of the celebrations being planned for this weekend: 
www.toronto.ca/eventcalendar
If you're hosting a public event, be sure to post the details.

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SUMMERLICIOUS
Presented by American Express
July 8-24, 2011

Take advantage of the incredible value and exclusive prix fixe menus offered at 
150 of Toronto's favourite restaurants. Book your reservations now! For a list 
of participating restaurants and menus, visit www.toronto.ca/summerlicious

Summerlicious is produced by the City of Toronto.

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SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

SUNDAY SERENADES 
Mel Lastman Square
July 10 - August 21, 2011
Free admission

The very best in swing, big band and jazz acts to compliment Toronto's warm 
summer Sunday evenings.  www.toronto.ca/special_events/serenades/2011 


FRESH WEDNESDAYS
Nathan Phillips Square
July 13 - August 31, 2011
Free noon-hour concerts

Pick up some of the freshest local produce around at the Farmers' Market, while 
listening to great Canadian music.
www.toronto.ca/special_events/wednesdays/2011


TASTY THURSDAYS 
Nathan Phillips Square 
July 14 - September 1, 2011
Free noon-hour concerts

Enjoy food hot off the grill from a variety of Toronto restaurants along with 
live concerts at noon, featuring music from around the world including roots, 
blues, reggae and Latin sounds.
www.toronto.ca/special_events/thursdays/2011 

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SCOTIABANK NUIT BLANCHE
October 1, 2011

GO Transit is considering piloting late-night train trips on the Lakeshore West 
and East corridors for this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche on October 1, 2011, 
with trips departing from Union and Exhibition stations. Follow this link to 
answer a few questions that will help inform GO Transit's decision on this 
service.
www.research.net/s/gonuitblanchesurvey

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TORONTO'S FESTIVALS & EVENTS CALENDAR

Visit the Festivals & Events calendar for information on a wide variety of 
events taking place in Toronto:   www.toronto.ca/eventcalendar

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