Get the party started – Campbell River kicks off Canada Day in Willow Point

  • Jul. 2, 2018 10:30 a.m.

The Canada Day party in Campbell River started in Willow Point in the morning with a pancake breakfast, music, the Legion Pipe Band and Canada Day cake.

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Scouts Canada serve up the Canada Day cupcakes. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

Canada Day cupcakes. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

William Black (right) enjoys a cupcake with mom Rachel. Photo by Mike Chouinard/ Campbell River Mirror

The Campbell River Legion Pipe Band makes its way to the Willow Point site. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

The Campbell River Legion Pipe Band entertains onlookers at Willow Point. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

The drummers of the Campbell River Legion Pipe Band keep time. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

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