Courtenay Canada Day Parade winners announced

Courtenay’s Canada Day Parade brought many people, organizations and performers together to celebrate our nation’s birthday.

Congratulations to Courtenay’s Canada Day Parade winners, including:

Best overall Float – The Gardens on Anderton (Runner up – Comox Military Resource Centre)

Best Themed Float – Comox Valley Child Development Centre (Runner up – CV Prostate Cancer Support Group)

Best Commercial Float – My Tech Guys (Runner up – Engels & Volkers Realtors)

Best Organization Float – Comox Valley Youth Music Centre (Runner up – Comox Valley United Soccer)

Honorable Mention – Brick House Betty’s Roller Derby (Runner up – Comox Valley Geek Society)

Best Antique Car – 19 Wing Commander – Model T (Runner up – Red Car with Coca Cola Trailer/Diner)

Best Decorated Car – North Island College (Runner up – Metropolitan with trailer of zoo animals)

–Submitted by City of Courtenay

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