The Canada Day Parade provides midday entertainment during the annual festivities. Averaging close to 100 entries, the parade lasts roughly 60 minutes at any given point along the route. It attracts over 5,000 spectators each year.

2019 & 2020 ONLY <<

Due to construction taking place on 101st Street adjacent to Legacy Park, the route has been adjusted. Please view the below map of the new route, which is highlighted in yellow. 

Where: 101st Street & Downtown
When: 11:00 a.m.
Cost: Free
What to bring: Lawn chairs, blankets, sunscreen, hats, bags (for candy), Canadian flags
Where to sit: Anywhere along the route. View the parade route below.



Honorary Marshal

The Honorary Marshal program started in 2011 with the intent to recognize individuals and organizations from the community who had contributed in some way to the civic pride of Fort Saskatchewan.

Below is the list of all honorees.

2019 Andy Polanski
Charitable Foundation
Community Organization
2018 Ed Duliba Long-time Train Stationmaster
2017 NWMP March West Recognizing community heritage
2016 Kinsmen Club Long-time Community Service Club
2015 Ray Whitney Stanley Cup Champion, Recently Retired NHLer
2014 Kelsey Rocque World Champion Junior Curling Skip
2013 Walter Thomas Canada’s Longest-Serving Firefighter
2012 Sister Ada Toner 75+ Year Nun
2011 Lesley Macmillan Multi-Decade Community Volunteer, including 20 years with the Parade


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