Presented by the Legacy Council, Kaha:Wi Dance Theatre's production featured an interpretive dance performance that told the story of the First Nations involvement in the War of 1812.
A special ceremony took place to commemorate the Battle of Beaverdams and the First Nations involvement.
Laura Secord's infamous trek to warn the British troops was commemorated by thousands of participants who retraced her steps in a 32km walk from her homestead to DeCew House in Thorold.
To commemorate the Engagement at the Forty, a land and water Re-enactment took place June 8, 2013, at Grimsby's 1812 Peace Garden- Historic Heritage Park. Thousands attended to commemorate!
Re-enactors from all over North America descended upon Fort George to re-enact one of the pivotal events in Niagara during the War of 1812. This commemorative weekend included an evening "bombardment" with a spectacular sound and light show, finishing with fireworks!
Local dignitaries, community partners and history enthusiasts gathered at the official opening of the special exhibit, "1812," on loan from the Canadian War Museum.
The United States Navy made a stop in Buffalo during the week of September 10-16, part of their tour commemorating the War of 1812 bicentennial. Over 100,000 people attending the event.
After a major renovation and addition was added, the city unveiled the impressive museum that now boasts a permanent War of 1812 exhibit.