Bienfait celebrated Canada Day with an abundance of activities on July 1.
The day began with the annual pancake breakfast at Weldon School. Up next was one of the main attractions, the parade, which featured 45 entries.
There was a contest for the best float, and it was divided into two categories, commercial and non-commercial.
In the commercial category, the Turnbull Excavating entry earned first place. The Avon float won in the non-commercial category.
Other activities throughout the day included the Gypsy and Rose musical show, Bingo and karaoke. Those activities were at the school.
The Bienfait Coalfields Historical Museum was also open throughout the day.
Fifteen homes were entered a best decorated home contest. First place went to Bill Lester and second went to Darcy and Dianne Doerr.
The festivities wrapped up with the annual fireworks show, which attracted a very large crowd.