Celebrating Canada’s Diversity

Today we continue to take time to reflect, learn, and build our back community stronger. Our theme for this years Canada Day Celebration is Celebrating Canada’s Diversity. We honour our relationship and connection to the Sts’ailes People and their territory that we live, work, and play on here in Harrison Hot Springs. Our Canada Day activities will take place in the heart of Harrison Hot Springs, and on the ancient Village of Qwólts, as part of our Celebrating Diversity we recommend all attendees reflect and learn and visit Qwólts Park to learn more about Sts’ailes and the ancient Village of Qwólts .

The Harrison River Valley as whole is situated on the traditional and unceded territories of the Sts’ailes, Seabird Island, Sq’ewá:lxw, Cheam, Douglas, Leq’a:mel, Samahquam, Sq’ewlets, and Skatin First Nations.

In partnership with our local community and municipalities, we welcome you to the ancient Village of Qwólts, now known as Harrison Hot Springs. This Canada Day we are celebrating our roots and what makes each of us unique. Our volunteers have worked very hard to put this event together and we look forward to bringing you another year of entertainment and celebration of our local communities.


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Canada Day Performances

All content will be provided to you from the traditional territory of the Sts’Ailes People. Join us as we celebrate our local communities, relationships and thank all those who are working together for a better future; our everyday Canadian Heroes.

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM Pancake Breakfast

10:00 AM- 10:30 AM Pet Parade Registration

10:30 AM Pet Parade Departs

12:00 PM Opening Ceremonies

1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Entertainment

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Children’s Activities

11:00 AM & 3:30 PM Drum Making

5:00 PM -6:00 PM Parade

7:00 PM – 10:00 PM Rockwell

10:00 PM – 10:30 PM Fireworks

Tourism Harrison Hot Springs is organizing this years’ Canada Day Celebration on behalf of the Village of Harrison Hot Springs. Our Canada Day Celebration has been a long-standing tradition in our community and has been organized by an outstanding committee of dedicated volunteers. The Harrison Hot Springs Canada Day Celebration has continuously brought in 10,000 visitors annually.  We look forward to continuing and building on this tradition. 

The Canada Day Celebration opens with a Pancake Breakfast, organized and hosted by the Harrison Hot Springs Resort and the Harrison Hot Springs Volunteer Fire Department. The day continues with the Pet Parade, this years’ theme “Celebrating Canada’s Diversity”, a flag-raising ceremony, music and children’s activities, a Celebration Parade, ending with the grand finale of the spectacular fireworks display.

Our Sponsors

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Todd Richard Music

Looking to participate in the annual Harrison Hot Springs Parade?

Please register for the Harrison Hot Springs Canada Day Parade. Registration can be done through our Parade Marshall or online- here. The parade line-up starts at 4:00 PM at the Harrison Elementary School, on Walnut Avenue. The Canada Day Parade starts at 5:00 PM and will end at approximately 6:00 PM. Hot Springs Road will re-open to the public at approximately 6:30 PM.  

Road Closures:

Please take note of the following road closures for July 1, 2022

HOT SPRINGS ROAD from Pine Avenue to Esplanade Avenue

LILLOOET AVENUE from Hot Springs Road to St. Alice Street

ST. ALICE STREET from Lillooet Avenue to Esplanade Avenue

ESPLANADE AVENUE from St. Alice Street to Chehalis Street

To Facilitate the main parade at 5:00 P.M. the following roads will be closed from approximately 4:00 PM -6:00 PM. If you have any questions, please contact the Tourism Harrison office, 604.796.5581

Boat Launch Interruptions:

July 1, 2022

4:00 PM-6:30 PM for Canada Day Parade

For more information visit www.tourismharrison.com


Canada Day in the Village of Harrison Hot Springs is brought to you by:

Village of Harrison Hot Springs

Todd Richard Music

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