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Regina Canada Day

Let’s start the party with a bang!

Join us as we kick off Regina Canada Day celebrations with Opening Ceremonies on the main stage featuring a 21 Gun Salute. Get a free Canada 150 pin and flag, and experience iconic Canadian sights and sounds such as RCMP in red serge, bagpipes and drums beginning at 11:45 a.m. on July 1.

Show your true colours, Saskatchewan!

People form a "Living" Canadian Flag on the lawn of the Legislative Building

Suit up in a free red or white t-shirt and be one of the 1,500 people gathering to form a “living” flag in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary in Saskatchewan’s capital. To join in the fun and make history, meet us on the west lawn of the Legislative Building on July 1 at 1:15 p.m., following the opening ceremonies. Limited shirts are available.

Visit the Canada Day 150 events page for more information.

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