Québec City celebrates it’s birthday every July 3 (and yes, I’m a little late with these photos) with quite the parade. Established in 1608 the city is one of the oldest walled-cities in North America and has several more distinctions to add to that. But today, I want to share the annual parade of the 22nd Regiment stationed here, in the city, barracked at the historic Citadel. Which, I might add, is also one of the homes to the Governor General of Canada.
Anyway, I digress, the Regiment helps the City celebrate it’s birthday with a parade, which is open to all, and takes place in front of City Hall (of course!)
Here’s a selection of the pomp and circumstance, complete with ceremonial goat!