Gallery: Revelstoke Canada Day Parade 2016

Hundreds, if not at least a thousand, came out for Canada Day festivities in Revelstoke on Friday, July 1.

A group of kids take part in the Canada Day parade on Friday



Hundreds, if not more than a thousand, came out for Canada Day festivities in Revelstoke on Friday, July 1.

Dozens of local community groups, including Safe Spaces, Special Olympics, Multicultural Society, RCMP, Fire Rescue Services, Rod & Gun Club, ATV Club, Aquaducks, Rotary Club, Parks Canada, Sky Trek, Vic Van Isle, People’s, and more took part.

The parade took the usual route down First Street West to Mackenzie Avenue, before making its way to Queen Elizabeth Park for more festivities.

Check out our gallery above for photos from the event.

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