O Canada!

Brookelyn and Norm Jeff wore special hats to the Quesnel Canada Day celebrations at LeBourdais Park. Lindsay Chung photos
Six-year-old Jayden (left) and seven-year-old Dalyn Warner celebrate Canada Day Monday, July 1 at LeBourdais Park. Quesnel’s Canada Day celebrations included live music, children’s crafts, games and free food. Lindsay Chung photo
Even Chuwwy got into the spirit with his Canada Day hat.
Lots of people waited in line to try out Knockerball and play against their friends and family.
The Milltown Philosophers perform during Quesnel’s Canada Day celebrations in LeBourdais Park.
Riley Wyssen goes down the slip and slide at LeBourdais Park.
Sarah Thompson serves free cupcakes during Quesnel’s Canada Day celebrations July 1 at LeBourdais Park. Lindsay Chung photo
Five-year-old Taryn Lahey makes a mask at the Quesnel and District Community Arts Council table.
Zara Dhaliwal, who is almost four, goes down the slip and slide.
Jaswinder and TJ Batoo pose for a photo in LeBourdais Park, where they were married in 1980. TJ Batoo worked at West Fraser in Quesnel for six years before moving to Toronto in 1987. The Batoos returned to Quesnel to visit family and were at the park to take part in Canada Day celebrations. Lindsay Chung photo
A large crew from the Cariboo Gur Sikh Temple Society served free food during the Canada Day celebrations.
Celebrating Canada Day with the Seniors’ Strawberry Tea July 1 at the Billy Barker Showroom. Lindsay Chung photo
Enjoying the Seniors’ Strawberry Tea at the Billy Barker Showroom. Lindsay Chung photo

Quesnel’s Canada Day celebrations on July 1 featured a wide variety of activities for people of all ages, including a slip and slide, facepainting, games, kids’ crafts, Knockerball, live music, Quesnel Minor Ball at Rotary Park and the Seniors’ Strawberry Tea at the Billy Barker Showroom.

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