Update: Canada Day fireworks cancelled
Update: July 2, 2023
The City of Pointe-Claire wishes to inform you that, due to poor air quality, the Canada Day fireworks are cancelled, but the festivities remain!
We invite you to come and enjoy our other activities with your family in Alexandre-Bourgeau Park and in the Pointe-Claire Village.
Update: July 1, 2023
The City of Pointe-Claire wishes to inform you that due to bad air quality, Canada Day fireworks are cancelled. The other activities are maintained unless there is a change in the weather forecast or a deterioration of the air quality.
Bad air quality: presence of smog
Due to bad air quality, high concentrations of fine particles, the City of Pointe-Claire is cancelling the Canada Day fireworks.
When air quality is poor, we recommend:
- Move your activities indoors whenever possible
- Close windows and doors in your home
- Turn off the air exchanger or set it to recirculation mode
- Avoid physical activity outdoors
If you are feeling unwell or experience ay symptoms or discomfort, please call Info-Santé 811.
Further communications will follow as the situation evolves.
Update: June 30, 2023
Due to the strong probability of rain this Saturday, July 1, the festivities of Canada Day will take place on Sunday, July 2.
Please note that the citizenship ceremony will take place as planned on July 1 at Stewart Hall.
Thank you for your understanding.
Update: June 25, 2023
Due to poor air quality, and in accordance with Public Health recommendations, we are cancelling Québec’s national holiday activities scheduled at Alexandre-Bourgeau Park today and this evening.
Update : June 23, 2023
Due to the strong probability of rain this Saturday, June 24, the festivities of the Québec’s national holiday will take place on Sunday, June 25. For the occasion, the Pointe-Claire Village pool will offer a free swim period, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thank you for your understanding.
June 16, 2023
The City of Pointe-Claire invites the public to come together and celebrate Québec’s National Holiday and Canada Day, on Saturdays, June 24 and July 1.
Alexandre-Bourgeau Park will be at the heart of the festivities, with some activities also taking place in the streets of Pointe-Claire Village. It’ll be an opportunity for everyone to have fun with family, friends, and neighbours.
The program is intended for people of all ages. A wide range of entertaining and imaginative activities await young and young at heart to celebrate.
Québec’s National Holiday: June 24, from 2 to 10:30 p.m.
Come out at 2 p.m. to take advantage of the various activities organized: inflatable games, professional face painting, art in the park with Stewart Hall, reading tent with the Pointe-Claire Library, and more will be available!
The park will be enlivened by a circus performance, followed by a magician show, and then a musical performance by L’Arsenal.
The celebrations will end with fireworks on the Lake Saint-Louis barge and church bells from Saint-Joachim Church.
Take a peek at the program!
In case of rain, the event will be postponed to Sunday, June 25.
- Green challenge: The City renews the green challenge on Québec National Holiday by inviting people to take on active transportation or public transport. The first 100 people to show proof that they took these modes of transportation will be entered in a prize draw! Please present yourself at the information kiosk to have the chance to win.
Canada Day: July 1, from 2 to 10:30 p.m.
Starting at 2 p.m., their will be DJ music and live entertainment. Their will also be inflatable games, professional face painting, caricatures, an outdoor photo booth and even more!
Make sure you don’t miss out on the circus duo, the percussion show or the opportunity to visit the slime kiosk!
Between 5 and 6 p.m., your city councillors will welcome you for discussion. They will listen to your ideas and answer questions. Come meet them!
Fireworks will be launched from a barge on Lake Saint-Louis to end the day.
Consult the entire program on the website. In case of rain, the event will be postponed to Sunday, July 2.
- Green challenge: The City renews the green challenge on Canada Day by inviting people to bring their own reusable meal items. The first 100 people to come up to show their reusable meal items (cutlery, plates, cups, etc.) will be entered in a prize draw! Please present yourself at the information kiosk to have the chance to win.
Information: 514-630-1200, email@example.com