Courtenay’s Canada Day brought many people, organizations and performers together to celebrate our nation’s birthday.
THANK YOU to the many organizations and individuals that supported the event and made it special including the Canada Day Committee, sponsors, volunteers, performers, parade participants, vendors and City of Courtenay Staff.
The Canada Day Parade showcased our community pride. Congratulations to our Parade Winners including:
Best overall Float – The Gardens on Anderton
Runner Up – Comox Military Resource Centre
Best Themed Float – Comox Valley Child Development Centre
Runner up – CV Prostate Cancer Support Group
Best Commercial Float – My Tech Guys
Runner Up – Engels & Volkers Realtors
Best Organization Float – Comox Valley Youth Music Centre
Runner Up – Comox Valley United Soccer
Honorable Mention – Brick House Betty’s Roller Derby
Runner up – Comox Valley Geek Society
Best Antique Car – 19 Wing Commander – Model T
Runner Up – Red Car with Coca Cola Trailer/Diner
Best Decorated Car – North Island College
Runner Up – Metropolitan with trailer of zoo animals
Event organization and support: Edwin Grieve, Doug Hillian, Brian “Fuzz” Morisette, Andrew Gower, Danette Bell, Rob Kelly, Doris Weislein, Jin Lin, Joanne Wiens, Alice Hansen, Ken Hansen, Dave Smith, Marian Holland, Ron Pinke,Mike Gould, Penny Leslie, Rob Peterson, Rob Van Harlen, Terry Law, Wendy Harris, Jim Benninger, Kieran Wilkie “Big Ginger”, Rob Flannery, Blair Bentley, Paul Morrow and Chantelle & Dianna Burgess
Sponsors: Government of Canada, 19 Wing Comox, RCMP, Kin Club, Canadian Tire, Cardero’s café, Bentall Kennedy, CIBC, Cloves, Comox Valley Regional District, Comox Valley Road Runners, Budget Car & Truck Rental, Crown Isle, Dove Creek Recording Studios, Downtown Courtenay Business Association, 97.3 Eagle, 98.9 Goat, Home Depot, International Student Program Comox Valley, KidSport, Costco, Laurie Tinkler Dance, Long & McQuade, MacDonalds, Maple Pool Campground, CV Multi-Cultural Society, CV Record, Relay Event Rentals, Soroptomist Club, Sure Copy, Salish Sea Foods, Love 2 Perform, Urban Systems, Volunteer Comox Valley, Water Pure & Simple, Whats On Digest
Canada Day Schedule
Visit here for a full schedule of Canada Day events for the Night Before Celebration on June 30th as well as July 1st.
The Parade starts at 10:00 am on Sunday, July 1st. Visit here for parade marshalling information.
Visit here to see the Parade Route Map (with adjusted route) as well as Lewis Park and Simms Park sitemaps.
Transit & Road Closures
Travel to the festivities with FREE transit or find out where the road closures will be.