10. Vancouver International Wine Festival: For over more than 35 years Canada is celebrating this event in March at Vancouver by showcasing 7 different kinds of wines and many different companies come to attend this jubilee. This festival is loved by many wine lovers and the amount of visitors of this event is increasing every year.
9. St Patrick Day Parade: This event was named after St Patrick, who is one of the Christians’ well-known Saint of Ireland. This event started on 17th match 1824 at Montreal to welcome the spring season. In this festival, as the 40 marching bands sway down the Montreal. Almost 600,000 people come to enjoy.
8. Calgary Exhibition And Stampede: You should mark this 10 day event in your calendar and enjoy Calgary and stampede events, animal and agriculture display, two and a half mile long parade, steer wrestling, many concerts and Trans-Alta Grandstand show.
7. World Ski And Skateboard Festival: This 10 day festival arranges Ski World and skateboard in British Columbia, Whistler and Blackcomb. Many gamers, athletes come from Canada, USA and from different parts of the world to become popular. It is for sure that you have to do pre-booking to be the part of this gala in mid-April.
6. Toronto International Film Festival: Toronto International Film Festival was first held at 1976 by Windsor Arms hotel where 30 different countries participated and over 140 films were shown to the visitors. This event runs for 10 days in Toronto where 300-400 films are displayed.
5. Montreal International Jazz Festival: Many famous jazz artists like Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald and, Miles Davis have performed at this “Jazz Fest”. This event is held at the start of July every year in Montreal. Over 120,000 people come to enjoy the Jazz performed by almost 2000 famous Jazz musicians. This event started at 1980.
4. Quebec Winter Carnival: This 15 day event, celebrated at the end of January. Quebec Winter Carnival attracts thousands people of all ages to enjoy different shows and games like skating, sleigh rides, ice sculptures, 2 night parades, snow baths, 1 day parade, 400 feet long ice slide, beer festival, outdoor stage with dances and musical concerts on every weekend. Many different types of traditional foods and drinks are served there.
3. OPG Winter Festival Of Lights: This event is celebrated at the weekends of November, December and January and sparkles of light hitting the sky magnetize almost 1.5 million people from all over the world. Its enchanting fireworks and illuminations are worth seeing.
2. Summer Solstice: This event is also known as National Aboriginal day and is celebrated in the remembrance and honor of Canada’s Inuit, Indians and Metis. This day was declared by Governor General Romeo LeBlanc on 21st of June for almost 15 years ago. This event was first held at Yellowknife for only 6 hours and now it lasts for 5 days and attracts 15,000 visitors. The most liked activity by youth in this festival is shaving creams fight and golf tournament.
1. Just For Laughs: For theatre and comedy fans, Just for Laughs is the most adorning jubilee over more than 30 years. Started in 1983, this festival consists of two parts.First half of the month is dedicated to the French speaking comedians and the second half is devoted to the English speaking performers. It is celebrated in July every year. Many famous comedians (e.g. Jason Stewart and Bill Cosby) participate in this fun event to entertain their spectators.

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