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You can watch Western Canada’s biggest Canada Day fireworks from home

Via Unplash Sharosh Rajasekher

Looking for something to light up your night July 1st? Look no further than the mountains. Alberta’s beloved GlobalFest is teaming up with PR company HeckYa to present Fire on the Lake, Canada Day’s biggest and best fireworks show in the West, right over the community of Lakewood.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 virus, this year’s event will be zero-attendance. Meaning that you’ll have to stream it online from home… unless you live in Strathmore or Wheatland! You guy’s may be able to see it right out of a window.

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It’ll all go down at 11:30 pm, on Canada’s big day, and man will she be a beaut. In addition to the pyrotechnics, viewers are encouraged to tune into 104.5 More Country, for an official, perfectly coordinated soundtrack of sorts.

Trust us, folks! You will not want to miss out! To watch the 2020 ‘Fire Over the Lake’ check out HeckYa.ca and stream the entire event LIVE for free! We’ll be there! Will you?


When: Wednesday, July 1st
Where: Online here
Time: 11:30 pm