With gatherings banned due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Canada Day celebrations will get put on the internet, the federal governing administration announced Friday.

Canadian Heritage Minister Stephen Guilbeault said his division is doing work with artists to create a digital display on July one.

“Jointly, in a digital environment, we will rejoice our power and resilience,” Guilbeault said in a information launch.

Far more particulars about the celebration, and how Canadians can take part, will be launched before long. The lineup for the Canada Day display is ordinarily launched about a month in advance of July one.

The event had previously been moved from Parliament Hill because of ongoing development on Centre Block.