Kyla Francis celebrates Canada Day at Family Fun Fest on the Halifax Common with her children, Leo, 17 months, and Ada, 6. 1height:199px;width:300pxShadan Hansen, 7, of Halifax signs the Olympic Village Flag in the Commons on Canada Day. 2width:500px;height:331pxFreda Paul of Dartmouth dresses up for Canada Day. 3width:500px;height:442pxLeah rides onto the Halifax Commons for Family Fun Day with the art bikers, ready to set up arts and crafts for children. 4width:500px;height:332px@$:Marie Webb-Forrestall and Eduardo Sanchez man the 5width:500px;height:331px
Folks in Dartmouth lined up patiently to wait for a pancake breakfast at Alderney Landing on Canada Day. 6width:500px;height:279pxHow did you spend Canada Day? Staying Cool: Seven year-old May Monaghan and her five-year-old sister brought their teddies Chocolate and Brownie to the Teddy Bear picnic at DeWolfe park. The foursome sat in the shade to stay cool before the event. 7width:500px;height:375pxHow do you like to spend Canada Day? Zipping: Logan Currie, 13 and his father Mark Currie couldn’t wait to hit the zip line set up at DeWolfe park in Bedford on July 1. “It was awesome!!” said Logan. “We’ll definitely do it again.” 8width:500px;height:375pxHow do you like to spend Canada Day? Dancing: Eva Rudderham balanced her pancakes while ‘getting down' at the celebrations at DeWolfe park. 9width:500px;height:375pxHow did you spend Canada Day? Clowning around: Flower the Clown (Gardia Voerman, left) and Diamond the Clown (Vanessa Voerman) hand out festive balloons at the Teddy Bear Picnic on Saturday, June 30, as part of the Sackville Patriot Days events at Kinsmen Park. 10width:500px;height:360px
The 21-gun salute atop Citadel Hill in Halifax on July 1.11width:500px;height:410pxFireworks over Halifax Harbour on July 1.12width:500px;height:377pxA water ski show was performed on Lake Banook as part of the Epic Dartmouth triathlon on July 1. The first-ever event attracted more than 100 participants.13width:500px;height:331pxA water ski show was performed on Lake Banook as part of the Epic Dartmouth triathlon on July 1. The first-ever event attracted more than 100 participants.14width:500px;height:293px
Published on July 5, 2012
Kyla Francis celebrates Canada Day at Family Fun Fest on the Halifax Common with her children, Leo, 17 months, and Ada, 6.