Looking for something to do this Canada Day? Fireworks will be virtual this year, but you can still come out to shop and dine in Downtown Oakville (FREE parking). Here’s what’s happening in the area this Canada Day:

Instagram Live with Nicetys – 11 a.m.
Planning a socially distanced backyard BBQ? Carol from Nicety’s will be sharing her favourite Canada Day BBQ recipes this Wednesday at 11 a.m. Tune into @oakvilledowntown stories at 11 a.m. on Wednesday to join.

Virtual Canada Day Celebrations
The Town of Oakville has a full day of virtual programming planned for Wednesday, ending with a fireworks display. Click here to learn more.

The following restaurants will be open for patio dining and takeout/delivery, except for those indicated with an asterisk, which are currently takeout/delivery only:
151 Social
7 Enoteca
Borgo Antico*
Buca Di Bacco
Colossus Greek Taverna
Coriander Green*
Hexagon Restaurant
Miso Sushi & Tapas*
Mo’s Kitchen & Tavern*
Oliver’s Steakhouse
Sotto Sotto*
The Crepe Kitchen
The King’s Arms
The Queen’s Head
The Works Burger

Coffee & Ice Cream
Aroma Espresso Bar (9-5)
La Diperie (opens at 1 p.m.)
Marble Slab Creamery
Nyla’s Room (5-10)
Second Cup (6:30-6)
Tribeca Coffee Co

Below are some of the stores that have indicated they will be open for Canada Day. Other stores may be open as well; please contact individual stores for more information. 
COBS Bread
Country Road of Canada
Island View: A Lilly Pulitzer Store (12-5)
Inside Story Lingerie & Swim (by appointment)
Kit & Ace (11-5)
Lemonwood (10-6)
L’Occitane (12-6)
Maska (12-5)
Mendocino (12-5)
Must Boutique (10-6)
She Is… (11-5)
The British Grocer (10-4)