Canada 150 It’s HUGE this weekend!

Can you believe that it is Canada’s 150?! What does that mean anyways?? Well google says,

“The 150th anniversary of Canada, also known as the 150th anniversary of Confederation and promoted by the Canadiangovernment as Canada 150, occurs in 2017 as Canadamarks the sesquicentennial anniversary of CanadianConfederation.”

So there you have it. Nicely put. That also means that ALOT of people are giving away (my favourite things) FREE STUFF!! Check out some of the FREE STUFF below:


Free things Canadians can get for Canada 150

“The Department of Canadian Heritage says it will be giving away free miniature Canadian flags at various fairs and events around the country.”

Make the most of your Canada 150!

“Celebrate Canada is a four-day celebration that begins on June 21 with National Aboriginal Day, continues with Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day (June 24) and Canadian Multiculturalism Day (June 27), and comes to a spectacular finish on Canada Day (July 1). Find out what is going on in your region and across the country!”

Canada 150 Celebration

“We are ready to party! Celebrate Canada 150 with 8 days of awesome giveaways starting today at all stores across Canada! Visit PetSmart for FREE apparel, treats and more in honour of our home and native land!”

FREE PATTERNS: Yarnspirations Celebrates Canada150

“Canada Day is in just a few short days on July 1, and this year Canada celebrates her 150th birthday! I won’t be up to my home in Canada until August, so I’m celebrating in spirit Stateside. Canadian company Yarnspirations has a lookbook of Canada150 patterns for both knit and crochet for you to get your “Eh” on.”

Edmonton outdoor pools will be free in 2017 starting Canada Day

“Edmontonians will be able celebrate the country’s 150th anniversary by going to an outdoor pool at no cost from Canada Day until pools close for the season.”





Then if ALL OF THAT is not enough, Edmonton Tourism is putting on….“You’re invited to a party 150 years in the making! From free admission to our National Parks, legendary festivals and a Canada Day for the history books, check out our guide to celebrating Canada 150 right here inEdmonton!” So the party doesn’t stop on July 1st but there is SO MUCH MORE going on. Check out Explore Edmonton here!