06/25/2014 02:17 EDT | Updated 06/25/2014 03:59 EDT

Best Places In Edmonton To See Canada Day 2014 Fireworks

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Looking for some fireworks to enjoy in and around Edmonton this Canada Day?

We've got you covered. All you need to do is show up in your red and white duds!

Mill Woods: For the past 20 years the community of Mill Woods has been boasting about their fantastic Canada Day party that features games, music, food and more. They also claim their fireworks are so good that the City of Edmonton began using the same shooters. These fireworks start at 11 p.m.

River Valley: Enjoy the magnificent fireworks display over Edmonton’s river valley parks and the North Saskatchewan River. The best viewing locations include the Alberta Legislature Grounds, Victoria Park, Ezio Faraone Park, Dantzer’s Hill, and Government House Park. These fireworks begin at 11 p.m.

Sherwood Park: A spectacular display choreographed to Canadian music completes the Canada Day celebration. Best place to take in the fireworks is from Broadmoor Lake Park. Fireworks start at 11 p.m.

Leduc: This small town boasts one of the top three Canada Day fireworks displays in Alberta. Enjoy an evening watching 54-40 and Glass Tiger starting at 4pm at Wm. F. Lede Park followed by a Canada Day fireworks show beginning at 11 p.m.

Beaumont: Time: Celebrate Canada’s birthday with free birthday cake, refreshments, singing of national anthem, and fireworks. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. in Four Seasons Park and fireworks get underway at 11 p.m.

St. Albert: After a fun filled afternoon in St. Albert's busiest park join the community for fireworks at Seven Hills at 11:00 p.m.

Spruce Grove: The city of Spruce Grove has organized an entire day of family fun, followed by music from Harlequin and a fantastic fireworks show at 11 p.m. in Jubilee Park.

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