Canada Day started last July 1, 1867, but people did not celebrate it that much because they did not feel that they were completely free. Some people paid more attention to this after the World War but only after the 1980s when people in Canada started to celebrate this as a regular holiday.
It was British North America or the Constitution Act of 1867 that created Canada. This national holiday already came a long way from being just an act that was signed by Governor-General Lord Monck. The country has gone through so much, and they also deserve to celebrate.
Canada Day came into existence as a result of the British North America Act, which is now known as the Constitution Act that was enacted July 1, 1867. The Province of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick were joined together as one.
This marked the day Canada as a nation was created. Since then, July 1 every year is an anniversary of this historic event. July 1 is an official holiday and a bank holiday in Canada. The event is celebrated every year with parades; get together, fireworks citizenship ceremonies, festivals, carnivals, and musical concerts.