Yellow, Dark Blue, Red and White

The top of the hour show will be dedicated to National Indigenous History Month throughout the month of June.


The bottom of the hour rainbow show will be dedicated to Pride Month every night in June.


National Deafblind Awareness Month


National Hemochromatosis Week


BGC Club Day


ALS Awareness Month and Lou Gehrig Day


Rugby In The Square - 200th year of Rugby


National Day Against Gun Violence in Canada


National MG (Myasthenis Gravis Disease) Awareness month

Blue, Magenta and Yellow

National AccessAbility Week

Red and White

Canadian Armed Forces Day


Second Harvest’s « Rescue Party » in support of food recovery and reducing environmental impact of avoidable food waste


Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) Awareness Week


World Environment Day/Canadian Environment Week


Spinal CSF Leak Awareness Week

Blue and Green

Brain Injury Awareness Month

Blue and Yellow

Relay for Life in support of the Canadian Cancer Society

Blue and Orange

Action Anxiety Day

Blue, Green and White

Hydrocephalus and Spina bifida Awareness Month

Red, White and Teal

National Blood Donor Week and World Blood Donor Day

Lime Green

World Kidney Cancer Day


World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Lime Green and Green

International CDKL5 Awareness Day


Father’s Day and Prostate Cancer Awareness

Yellow and Orange

International Pollinator Week

Red and White

World Sickle Cell Awareness Day

Yellow, Dark Blue, Red and White

Indigenous Peoples Day


Migraine Solidarity Day

Blue, Light Blue and Red

#ShowYourStripes Day - Climate Change Awareness


National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism

Red and Blue

Global Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) Awareness Day

Purple and White

XLH Awareness Day

Blue and White

Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day


Toronto Pride Parade

Red and White

CN Tower’s Birthday: Today, the CN Tower turns 47

Red and White

Canadian Multiculturalism Day


Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC) Awareness Day


Special lighting notes

On the day a Canadian soldier is repatriated, structural lighting will be dimmed and the CN Tower will remain dark in the skyline for five minutes at the top of every hour throughout that night to honour the soldier who has made the ultimate sacrifice. 

The CN Tower lights in rainbow colours nightly, at the bottom of each hour as a symbol of strength, unity and hope.

As we do when any of Toronto’s major league teams reach the playoffs, the CN Tower is illuminated in the team’s colours during the first home game of each series and then for the final game. Should any of the playoff games occur on a night when the CN Tower has a previous commitment, our usual 10-minute light show at the top of the hour will instead be dedicated to the team colours.

Watch the lighting live!