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ByWard Market open for Canada Day

 
55 ByWard Market Square
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 9C3
T: (613) 562-3325

Posted by: ByWard Market Business Improvement Area

The ByWard Market will be open for Canada Day on Monday July 1. Come join the crowds in the ByWard Market!

The ByWard Market has more than 350 businesses, including the outdoor farmers' market, art galleries, food retailers, restaurants, nightclubs and specialty boutiques. Many will stay open during Canada Day festivities.

 

The ByWard Market has special tourism designation. That means you are allowed to be open on Canada Day. Many businesses are electing to be open. 
Roads are open all day until 7 p.m. Cars parked in the Market will be allowed to leave, but none will be allowed back in after that point.
George Street between ByWard and Sussex will be closed to accommodate a large-scale interactive family friendly production of the War of 1812. Five shows will run throughout the day from 1:45 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Porta-potties are installed on York Street to accommodate the larger crowds, and will be removed on July 2.
Ambassadors will be working until 8 p.m. on Canada Day to provide tourism information, first aid, and other instances requiring help.

The ByWard Market has special tourism designation. That means you are allowed to be open on Canada Day. Many businesses are electing to be open.

Roads are open all day until 7 p.m. Cars parked in the Market will be allowed to leave, but none will be allowed back in after that point.

George Street between ByWard and Sussex will be closed to accommodate a large-scale interactive family friendly production of the War of 1812. Five shows will run throughout the day from 1:45 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Porta-potties are installed on York Street to accommodate the larger crowds, and will be removed on July 2.

Ambassadors will be working until 8 p.m. on Canada Day to provide tourism information, first aid, and other instances requiring help.

Hours of Operation

Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun.

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