Fort Saskatchewan's Canada Day parade starts at noon this year.
Most years the parade gets going at 11 a.m., but with July 1 landing on a Sunday in 2018, a change was made to the schedule.
"Every time Canada Day falls on a Sunday we move everything back an hour. That's just to allow all the church services to still hold their regular service and not be impacted by the road closures," said Diane Yanch, director of culture services.
Free public transit to the parade is suggested.
The hour-long parade attracts thousands of spectators every Canada Day.
For a schedule and details on Canada Day activities in the area click here.