Canada Day 2012

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Published on July 01, 2012

The Apple Blossom Festival’s royal party followed the lead of town crier Lloyd Smith in the children’s parade.

Published on July 01, 2012

The King of Rock 'n' Roll was well represented in the World Royalty themed children’s parade.

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The future princess of Hantsport and her loyal servants were in attendance for the World Royalty children’s parade.

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These patriots found a way to support a local industry while getting decked out for Canada Day.

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This young princess floated through the children’s parade in style.

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These monarchs in the making turned heads in the children’s parade.

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Ben Van Dommelen chases after his runaway bride in the children’s parade. The 22-month-old and his twin sister, Georgia Van Dommelen dressed as the royal couple.

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The Canadian flag made an early appearance in the grand street parade.

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The Kings Community Concert Band braved the heat to do what they do best.

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Child attendant Isabelle Lawrence and Princess Hantsport 2012 Leah Price, centre, greet their hometown crowd.

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The Hantsport Fire Department took a step back in time with some old-fashioned outfits.

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The Shriners were caught clowning around.

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The Shriners were caught clowning around.

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Musicians from 14 Wing Greenwood entertained spectators lining Main Street.

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Parade participants went all out to make Hantsport's parade route colourful and entertaining.

Published on July 01, 2012

Parade participants went all out to make Hantsport's parade route colourful and entertaining.

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Hantsport’s splash pad was installed in time for the Canada Day crowd.

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The sunshine made it possible for Show ‘n' Shine Car Show participants to let their tops down.

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Kids reach for the boa constrictor that was on display as part of a Little Ray’s Reptiles demonstration.

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Logan Byrne, of Sackville, set his crutches aside and stood on one foot to test his aim at the dunk tank.

In the tiny town of Hantsport, Canada Day is a big deal. Thousands of people visited the Haven of Hospitality to take in a wide range of events on the sunny Sunday. Crowds gathered for the World Royalty children’s parade, carnival rides, the Show ‘n’ Shine Car Show, the Grand Street Parade, Little Ray’s Reptiles, Cardboard Boat Races, live bands, fireworks and much more.

, Hantsport
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