Canada Day weekend brings road closures to Brampton

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Canada Day Road Closed

The city will be holding its annual Canada Day celebrations at Chinguacousy Park.

As you are getting ready to party and eat delicious food, you should be aware that it might be a little difficult getting around the city.

According to the city, due to the large scale of the event, there will be many road closures in effect for the day.

Here is a list of the road closures on Canada Day:

  • Goodwood Road will be closed from Bramalea Road to Goldcrest Road from 9 am to midnight
  • Queen Street East will be closed from Central Park Drive to Bramalea Road from 9 to 1 am
  • Queen Street East will be closed from Dixie Road to Central Park Drive (eastbound lanes ONLY) from 9 am to 8 pm
  • Queen Street East will be closed from Dixie Road to Central Park Drive (both directions closed) from 8 pm to midnight
  • Queen Street East will be closed from Bramalea Road to Finchgate Blvd/Glenvale Blvd (westbound lanes closed only) from 9 am to 8 pm
  • Queen Street East will be closed from Bramalea Road to Finchgate Blvd/Glenvale Blvd (both directions closed) from 8 pm to midnight
  • Bramalea Road will be closed from Williams Pky to Kensington Road from 8 pm to midnight
  • Queen Street East will be closed from Torbram Road to Finchgate Blvd/Glenvale Blvd (westbound lanes closed only, local traffic will be permitted) from 9 pm to midnight.
  • Central Park Drive will be closed from Bramalea Road to Hilldale Crescent (southerly intersection)from 8 to 10:30 pm
  • Central Park Drive will be closed from Goldcrest Road/Glenforest Road to Hilldale
  • Crescent (southerly intersection) from 8 pm to midnight
  • Central Park Drive will be closed from Hanover Road to Kensington Road/Peel Centre Drive from 8 pm to midnight

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Additional “No Parking” emergency lanes will be implemented for the duration of the event on Goldcrest Road from Central Park Drive to Glenvale Boulevard to ensure continued access for Fire and Emergency vehicles.

The city asks all residents and event attendees to obey the posted parking regulations since illegally parked vehicles may be ticketed and/or towed. The city will also be offering free transit at some locations in the city to get to Chinguacousy Park.

Brampton will be celebrating Canada Day at Chinguacousy Park from noon to 10 p.m. The mainstage performances will begin at 6 p.m. There will be performances from Exco Levi, High Priest, Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine and Lights. There will also be games, crafts and more activities in the Community Area. The city will also be introducing two food zones this year, and a free Brampton Transit Shuttle Service. The iconic fireworks display will take place at 10 p.m.

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