The annual Rick Hansen Wheels in Motion event raises awareness and funds to help to improve the quality of life for people with spinal chord injuries and to support SCI research. The event takes place in early June.
Canada Day Festivities is the nation’s birthday on July 1st. The day starts with a pancake breakfast and flea market followed by the Canada Day Parade. The day is celebrated by doing different activities including games, music and eating in the company of friends. Afternoon activities include a civic ceremony, children’s games and musical entertainment.
Alianait Arts Festival is a world famous festival organized by the Nunavut communities which attracts the visitors from all over the world. The Alianait Arts Festival provides a platform to the artists to meet and associate each other, learn marketing skills and new techniques and exhibit and sell work. Read More
Toonik Tyme is an annual spring festival of Iqaluit which has exiting activities for the visitors. Toonik Tyme has been a community tradition since 1965. The residents celebrate the return of spring as a community and visitors experience the unique and exclusive culture of the Canadian Arctic. Read More
Visitors can experience many different and exciting activities on the Puvirnituq Snow Festival. Snow sculpture contests, traditional games and competitions are organized there on the occasion. A snow polar bear with the height of five-metres was made in 2007. Read More