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VIDEO: Penticton celebrates Canada Day

The party for Canada’s 146th birthday started at 8 a.m. Monday in Gyro Park.

The Quota Club/South Okanagan Women In Need Society kicked the day off with a pancake breakfast and the public market opening at 9 a.m.

At noon the opening ceremonies begin with the singing of O’ Canada and the Penticton Pipe Band marching officials in for the cake-cutting ceremony.

For more details on events happening during Canada Day click here.

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