We are on a mission to find Canada's top summer event, as chosen by our Canoe.ca and Sun Media readers. We know there are so many amazing summer festivals and events across Canada and that's where you come in!
First we asked our readers to help us determine the top summer event in each province and territory. The results of that survey can be found in this photo gallery or in the list below.
Last year's overall winner, Seafest in Nova Scotia took the title of top summer event in Nova Scotia, while the Calgary Stampede won by a landslide once again in Alberta. Toronto's CNE narrowly beat out Ottawa's Canada Day festivities as the top summer event in Ontario, while the PNE in B.C. took the title of top summer event in that province.
LAST YEAR'S WINNERS
Want to see 2013's winners? Check out the events named the best in each province or territory in our gallery here and see the overall winner for Canada in our gallery here.
Are you ready to cast your vote again, as we determine what the top summer event for 2014 in all of Canada is? We've listed all the provincial winners in the poll below. Ready, set, vote! We'll reveal the winners on August 29.
Provincial Winners (Event, percentage of votes received, total number of votes for that specific poll)
Newfoundland & Labrador: Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival, St. John's. 51% of 637 votes.
Yukon: 24 Hours of Light, Whitehorse. 45% of 627 votes.
Nunavut: Inummarit Music Festival, Arviat. 50% of 567 votes.
Northwest Territories: Yellowknife Summer Solstice Festival. 67% of 612 votes.
British Columbia: PNE, Vancouver. 48% of 856 votes.
Alberta: Calgary Stampede. 88% of 1,233 votes.
Manitoba: Winnipeg Folk Festival. 54% of 739 votes.
Saskatchewan: Craven Country Jamboree. 59% of 742 votes.
Ontario: CNE, Toronto. 43% of 1,180 votes.
New Brunswick: Moncton Highland Games and Scottish Festival. 56% of 662 votes.
Quebec: Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, Montreal. 52% of 824 votes.
Nova Scotia: Seafest, Yarmouth. 46% of 1,027 votes.
Prince Edward Island: Cavendish Beach Music Festival. 70% of 692 votes.