The best way to watch the stars is by looking at the night sky
Posted On August 1, 2021
By now you probably know about the Great Canadian Sky Party.
The annual event has been running in the city since the mid-1980s, and has become a must-see in many parts of the country.
It’s always packed, with crowds of thousands of people, and with a wide range of different activities and events.
This year, the festival was put on hold for the second time in 20 years, and this year, there’s a big reason for that: There was a massive fire.
There were two major incidents in the skies in the first hour of the evening.
One was the collapse of a building on a nearby highway, and the other was a plane crash.
Both of these were caused by lightning.
I know this because the lightning struck the building.
That’s the kind of thing that would have happened during the Great American Tornado of 1918, which killed more than 1,500 people.
You can read more about that event in my article from the time, but what’s interesting about this event is that it has become an annual tradition in Canada.
We’ve seen it happen before, as it happened in the 1930s.
And it’s not as bad this year.
But the event is still a highlight in Canada, and it’s always one of the highlights of summer.
With temperatures at the upper end of normal, it’s usually sunny in the evening, and there’s some really cool weather around.
As a result, many Canadians have turned up at the park and around town in the past week, hoping to catch a glimpse of the stars.
In some cases, you might even be able to catch the fireworks in the night skies.
While the Great Canada Sky Party is a big event in Ottawa, it also attracts thousands of visitors to the park, as well as people who want to do a few things in the park.
Take this photo of a group of kids in the sky, and imagine a world where this happens every year.
The Great Canadian Stars and Stripes is a public art project by the National Capital Commission, which was started by the late, great Canadian artist, Mark Geist.
More photos and information can be found at this link.
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