With its diverse multiculturalism, breathtaking provinces, cities and attractions, and outstanding health care system, there are so many reasons why Canada is one of the greatest countries in the world. And if you're still not convinced, we have half of the world's population of polar bears and we invented poutine! If you're celebrating Canada on July 1st and looking for some ideas, you've come to the right place. We've created a roundup of some of our favorite Canada Day party ideas. From tasty treats to red and white decor inspiration, these ideas will make sure your party will be the best on the block! And to make it extra special, we even included 5 fun Canadian facts that you can share with your guests. Found on Pinterest via lovecreatecelebrate.com If you're celebrating Canada Day with a picnic or a BBQ, decorate your tabletops with these red and white mason jars. We love how this blogger placed a red maple leaf shape and filled the vases with white flowers. Simply stunning! Found on botanicalpaperworks.com Nothing says happy birthday like throwing celebratory confetti! This red and white seed paper confetti can be used outside because it is made from 100% biodegradable materials and as the paper composts away, wildflowers will grow! Canada definitely deserves a bouquet of flowers, too! Found on Pinterest via theloop.ca If you want to celebrate Canada in a big and bright way, sparklers are definitely the way to do it. We love how these people spelled out the letters of the word and caught it on camera! Found on Pinterest via canadianfreestuff.com Perfect for getting the kids involved, these DIY Canada Day t-shirts are easy to make and will be enjoyed by all members of the family! Found on botanicalpaperworks.com Cute and charming, these Canada Day party pack free printables include bottle labels, food toppers and more! Perfect for all kinds of Canada-inspired celebrations, these decorations will save you money without losing style. Found on Pinterest via echosoflaughter.ca Few things are more Canadian than sweet maple syrup, and when you pair them with bacon and baked goods, you've got a party recipe for success! Learn more about our home & native land with these 5 fun facts! \tFor a few weeks from April to May, tens of thousands of red-sided garter snakes come out of their dens at the Narcisse Snake Dens in Winnipeg, MB. While it's definitely a sight worth seeing, there are viewing platforms set up so you don't have to get too close to the slithering serpents. \tBears, wolves, coyotes, sheep, lynx, moose and other wildlife can travel safely in Banff, AB because the province built million dollar highway overpasses in Banff National Park. \tSanta Claus does exist - and it's all because of dedicated Canadians! For several years, kind-hearted volunteers at Canada Post have been answering over 1 million letters from children around the world and in over 30 languages, including braille! \tScientists believe that Canadian geese have their own language, including as many as 13 different calls from pleasant greetings to warnings. In addition, the famous Canadian geese at the University of Waterloo in Ont. are known to be the biggest and most aggressive bullies of the campus! \tCanadians have their own loch ness monster: the mysterious Ogopogo, who is believed to live in British Columbia's Lake Okanagan. Like what you see on our blog? Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.