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25 photos and videos of Canada Day fireworks in Vancouver

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DH Vancouver Staff Jul 02, 2015 8:56 am

An estimated 450,000 people gathered around the waters of Burrard Inlet Wednesday night to watch a two-barge fireworks display celebrating Canada’s 148th birthday.

Fireworks were launched from a barge in downtown Vancouver at Coal Harbour, just beyond Canada Place and the Vancouver Convention Centre, and from a secondary barge at West Vancouver off Ambleside Beach.

The Canada Day at Canada Place festivities are the largest Canada Day celebrations in the country outside the capital in Ottawa.

Happy Canada Day from the 604

A photo posted by jasondocarmo (@jdocarmophotography) on

#celebratecanadaday with #fireworks! Shoutout to @ernest.ng for helping me with my tripod

A photo posted by Alger Liang (@rellowyar) on

A perfect end to a great Canada Day!

A photo posted by Vanexus Photography (@vanexusphotography) on

Image by: Alexandre De Castro Neves / Submitted

Image by: Alexandre De Castro Neves / Submitted

Image by: Alexandre De Castro Neves / Submitted

Image by: Alexandre De Castro Neves / Submitted

 

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