How To Watch WE Celebrate: Class Of 2020
SUDBURY -- What It’s About: WE Celebrate: Class of 2020 is a party for the ages that will give students back the opportunity to celebrate the end of the school year with their classmates, communities and peers across Canada. The event kicks off with a week-long virtual coast-to-coast-to-coast road trip across Canada to commemorate the social impacts students have made culminating with the final stop – the biggest living room party of the school year
When & Where You Can Watch It: This one-hour primetime special airs Saturday, June 6 at 8 .p.m et/pt exclusively on CTV, and will be available to stream on CTV.ca, CTV App and everywhere CTV content can be found.
Who’s In It: WE Celebrate: Class of 2020 features a star-studded lineup delivering Canada’s 2020 valedictorian addresses, one-of-a-kind performances, and heartfelt surprises to celebrate students and educators who have been making a difference throughout the school year, and who continue to step up to support their communities during COVID-19. Hosted by Lilly Singh, WE Celebrate: Class of 2020 will feature Shawn Mendes, Tyrone Edwards, Selena Gomez, Brett Kissel, Shay Mitchell, Natalie Portman, Jacob Tremblay, Liz Trinnear, Chloe Wilde, alongside WE Co-founders, Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger.
Update: Additonal stars include Joe Jonas, Alessia Cara, Winnie Harlow, Johnny Orlando, and a special performance by Julia Michaels and JP Saxe.
Update: Beloved and iconic The Muppets Disney including Miss Piggy and Gonzo, TV personalities and podcast hosts Drew Scott and wife Linda Phan, singer-songwriter Lennon Stella, and NHL all-star P.K. Subban are joining the star-studded list of celebrities. Also set to join the celebration with spirited contributions are 6x JUNO Award-winning rock band Arkells with a special surprise appearance, and Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor.
Why It’s Important: WE Celebrate: Class of 2020 will motivate viewers with tangible ways they too can make a positive impact at home and beyond, bringing hope, optimism, and ideas that will inspire viewers to get doing, and create big, lasting change.
More About The Event: The televised broadcast of WE Celebrate: Class of 2020 will capture the ‘best of’ moments from the week-long virtual coast-to-coast road trip. These WE Day inspired 45-minute interactive virtual events will include inspiring educational content to share with students as part of their end of school year celebrations.
Featuring inspiring stories of local youth making a difference, inspirational speeches and celebrity performances, the WE Celebrate: Class of 2020 virtual road trip will take place the week of May 25th and will make online stops in Ontario, Atlantic Canada and Quebec, the Prairies and B.C. and the Territories. Visit www.we.org/celebrate for more information on dates and times to be announced.
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About WE: WE is made up of a family of organizations that make doing good, doable, including WE Charity, empowering domestic and international change and ME to WE, a social enterprise that creates socially conscious products and experiences to help support the charity.
WE engages 4.2 million young people each year across North America and beyond through its free, yearlong service-learning program WE Schools. Designed to enhance a school or community’s existing social initiatives or spark new ones, WE Schools provides teachers with educational resources and action campaigns to encourage students to further their curricular learning and develop social and emotional skills to succeed beyond the classroom. WE Schools operates in over 20,000 schools and is proven to increase academic engagement, civic engagement and college and workplace readiness.
WE enables youth and families to better the world—supporting 7,200+ local and global causes by volunteering millions of hours of service and raising millions of dollars that directly benefit their local communities and the world.
Join the movement today at WE.org.