Manchester, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/14/2017 -- The Guardian, an online newspaper releasing news on world events, sport, business and more have published an article titled 'Celebrations across Canada mark country's 150th birthday'. The celebration marked the day in which Canada officially become a country after it was ruled by Britain till 1867. The article states that the prime minister, Justin Trudeau has led festivities in Ottawa with guests, these guests include members from U2 and even Prince Charles. The festivity which was a large outdoor celebration was in front of the national parliament were said to have featured, acrobats, fireworks and musicians.
However, not all cities are celebrating in the same way. It was stated in the article that Toronto, which is Canada's largest city celebrated with a giant rubber duck which floated in the harbour. Calgary decided to celebrate by raising a 'living flag' which was composed of people wearing red and white. It was also stated that security was heightened on the days running up to the celebration.
A spokesperson from James Freeman, leading emigration law specialists, was incredibly keen to comment saying, "Canada has always been an incredibly popular country with people moving there from all around the world. We thought it was great that an array of people celebrated the birthday of Canada, including Prince Charles and we think that it is great they celebrated in style. For people wanting to move to Canada, then we can help you, we specialise in emigration law and relocation covering America, Canada and Australia. For further information, give us a call today."
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