Make CBC Ottawa part of your Canada Day

Make CBC/Radio-Canada part of your Canada Day!

Come ring in Canada's 150th with us on July 1!

Rise and shine with In Town and Out from 6 to 9 a.m. on CBC Radio One. Host Giacomo Panico hits the streets on his CBC Ottawa bike to broadcast live from:

The Canadian Museum of History

The Alexandria Bridge 

The National Arts Centre

Parliament Hill 

He'll return to studio for the last hour for a special bilingual broadcast co-hosted by Jhade Montpetit, host of Radio Canada's Les malins.

Then, join Lucy Van Oldenbarneveld as she hosts a special edition of CBC Ottawa News at 6 live from the centre of the festivities on Sparks Street. You can catch the special on television or on our Facebook page.  

Celebrate Canada Day coast-to-coast-to-coast with CBC

CBC/Radio-Canada is honoured to be at the heart of our country's sesquicentennial with special activities, as well as extensive news coverage and entertainment programming on all of its English and French networks.

As the official broadcaster of Canada Day activities across the country, CBC/Radio-Canada has a full lineup of special programming and coverage on CBC, CBC News Network, ICI RDI and other platforms. The primetime special, including the fireworks from Ottawa, will be broadcast on CBC and Radio-Canada networks and streamed live on CBC.ca and Radio-Canada.ca.

For a full list of how to watch and listen to all things Canada Day 150 on CBC - go to cbc.ca/2017.