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How to Throw a Socially-Distanced Canada Day Gathering

Summer gatherings are going to look and feel a lot different this year, but you can still mark all those annual holidays – albeit in a socially-distanced way. So go ahead and celebrate Canada Day with a small backyard gathering consisting of the people in your household and your extended “social bubble.” Depending on which province you’re living in, you can gather in groups of five or 10.

Published June 29, 2012, Updated June 23, 2020



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