Wetaskiwin Canada Day Parade

Horses, music, floats and more July 1 on Main Street

Wetaskiwin’s Canada Day Parade featured the Al Shamal Shriners from Edmonton. from left are Doc, Scruffy, Fancy Patches, Pixie, Doodles and Buzz. More photos on page 2. Photo by Stu Salkeld

The Wetaskiwin Filipino Community Foundation had one of the most stunning floats in the Canada Day Parade July 1.

The Wetaskiwin Canada Day Parade featured lots of music, horses and colourful costumes and travelled down Main Street from the arena parking lot.

The Wetaskiwin Ag Society Tractor Pull was represented in the Canada Day Parade by Wayne Vanouck’s powerful machines. The tractor pull event will be held here Aug. 23 and 24.

The Wetaskiwin Loyal Order of Moose had an impressive float in the Canada Day Parade July 1. Photos by Stu Salkeld

Stu Salkeld

News Staff

Horses, music, floats and more July 1 on Main Street

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