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Moose Jaw Legion excited to throw a Canada Day street party

The party will be hosted on the 200 Block of High Street and goes from 5:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m.
Happy Canada Day

This upcoming Canada Day, the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.59 will be throwing its first Canada Day Street Party to raise money for its new building. As a fundraising initiative, the Royal Canadian Legion believes that this endeavor will help to bring the community together after the pandemic, as well as provide a great evening outing. 

In order to make this event a success, plans have been in the works for the last couple of months due to Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) regulations.    

The party will be hosted on the 200 Block of High Street and goes from 5:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. Tickets for the event are $15 pre-purchased, or $20 at the gate. The Legion is hoping to see a great turnout, as the location can accommodate approximately 500 attendees.  Everyone is encouraged to display their pride in Canada by wearing red and white. 

As alcohol will be served, no minor will be allowed.  In addition, two local food trucks will be on site: Kabayan Store Food Truck offering Filipino and Asian cuisine and Benny’s Breakfast Food Truck specializing in tasty breakfast dishes.

Entertainment is booked with Brandon and Company playing from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., followed by the Milkman’s Sons playing until 1:00 a.m. At dusk, the bands will take a break so that everyone can enjoy the Canada Day fireworks.    

“I would like to thank Moose Jaw for their ongoing support of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.59,”said Justin Eddison, Public Relations Executive for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.59. “We are in the business of entertainment as a side effect of being in the business of helping veterans. Everything we do is to continue to be able to operate the Legion as a non-profit, and the money we raise goes towards our daily operations as well as aiding mobile veterans in our community.”

Please come out to support our local Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 59’s fundraiser and celebrate Canada Day with the community. 

To learn more about this event go to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.59’s website at:

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