Happy Canada Day 2016 Quotes Wishes Images Whatsapp Status Dp Messages :- One more national holiday for Canadian people has come. July 1 is marked as the Canada Day every year with lots of excitement across the country. It is a special day for all the citizens.In 1867, Canada was converted into a self-governing administration of Great Britain. And since then, the day, i.e., July 1 is celebrated as the Canada Day every year in its ceremony. Earlier, the event was remembered to be the Dominion Day until 1982.
Canada Day Quotes Wishes Sayings
Canada is the only country in the world that knows how to live without an identity. – Marshall McLuhan
Canada was built around a very simple premise. A promise that you can work hard and succeed and build a future for yourselves and your kids and that future for your kids would be better than the one you had. – Justin Trudeau Chartered Accountant CA Day 2016 Images Quotes Whatsapp Status
To work on the actual location I think is great. This thing of going to Canada and pretending you’re in New York, it’s terrible. – Jessica Lange
I’m not an American! I am a Canadian. I come from a “nice,” thoroughly unrealistic country.
– Matthew Fisher
After being in captivity for so long, I can’t begin to describe how wonderful it feels to be home in Canada. – Amanda Lindhout
Canada Day Tips facts
- Roads will be closed in the downtown core around Parliament Hill, Alexandra Bridge, Sussex Drive and Jacques-Cartier Park — the list is long, so do not even think of driving downtown except you want to be extremely frustrated.
- Make use of the free OC Transport service, comprising Para Transpo, all day (though no buses will stop on Mackenzie King Bridge after 7 p.m.). STO is granting free rides after 10 p.m.
- Ride your bike, leave the car at home: There will be superintended bike stations for securing up.
- A free shuttle bus will run connecting the Museum of History and Major’s Hill Park, with stops on Laurier Street at Jacques-Cartier Park and on St. Patrick Street connecting the National Gallery and Major’s Hill Park.
- Bring a water bottle to refill at stations, sunblock, a hat (and rain poncho gave the forecast) and wear all the red and white you’ve got.
- Carry cash: In previous years, debit machine networks have become flooded as thousands of dry people descend on the downtown center on July 1. Also, ATMs often run out of money by early evening. Stock up the day before or before heading to The Hill.
- Think toilet paper: Just as ATMs run out of cash, so too do the public restrooms and loos around the middle of activity as the day and night march on. It may seem ridiculous now, but pack a small wad now or rue the lack later.