Welcome to the World of Social Events and Festivals: Discover Canada

With the celebration of her 150th birthday in 2017, Canada has boosted the number of events that she is hosting each year. Being a very influential character in supporting the creation and launching of new ideas, Sophie Trudeau, the wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to be the female influencer of upcoming events. Under such an atmosphere, it is quite convenient for investors to help and support event management companies and to build new collaborations. Therefore, the scope, the range and the number of social and corporate events that are taking place in Canada is increasing enormously.

Hosting a Great Variety of Social Events: A Closer Look on Canada

Making a start with the celebrations of Canada Day in 2017, the whole country placed a special emphasis on social events since a unique opportunity is created for people to get to know each other better via these events. Here is a short list of social events that intensify the solidarity among the Canadian society while adding significantly to the communication between the members of the society:

  • BC Cancer Foundation Inspiration Gala in Vancouver: Organized as a benefit social event, this Gala has managed to drive people’s attention on cancer and its everyday repercussions. More than 1200 people join at this event every year.
  • True Patriot Love Dinner in Toronto: Aiming to raise funds for the Canadian Armed Forces, veterans, and military families, this dinner includes the cocktail reception and formal dinner. More than 1500 people participate at this dinner every year.
  • Teddy Bear Affair Benefit Event in Toronto: The Children’s Aid Foundation host a colorful event like this every year to raise funds for the children in need, especially in the welfare system.
  • Contact Photography Festival in Toronto: This festival hosts a great number of street photographers, mostly from urban photography area. Lastly having Scotiabank as the sponsor, the festival managed to create a solid interaction between the photographers and the Toronto people.