Canada Day 2014 is a Habbo event celebrated on the 1st of July to celebrate a holiday that's commonly known as Canada's birthday. The first event was held in 2014, which was a maze created by the official Habbo events team and in 2015 another maze was created by the fansite FlyHabbo. Both events were rated as easy and a badge was received upon completion both years.
This year's maze was created by Habbo staff and consisted of 6 rooms. The rooms consisted of the following challenges:
- Telephrase maze. A quiz where the correct answers are needed to progress.
- Snake. Walk along the rollers to the other side.
- Banzais. Step on the banzais until you were teleported to the next area.
- Avoid the cakes/ Ttouching the cakes teleported you out of the area.
- Sitting the pods in the correct order
- Find the rose. The correct rose teleported you to the next area.
Completing all 6 of these obstacles lead you to a final teleporter, which teleported you to a badge room and awarded you with a red cake badge (right)
This year's maze was created by an Official Habbo Fansite, FlyHabbo, and consisted of 4 obstacles. Although there were less obstacles this year, they were found to be more of a challenge than the previous year. The rooms consisted of the following challenges:
- Furni interaction. Interact with various furniture and one would teleport you to the next area.
- Telephraze maze. A quiz where the correct answers are needed to progress.
- Dodge the bouncers and score a goal. Touching the bouncers would teleport you out of the area, but in order to progress you needed to kick the Puck into the Goal and score, while avoiding the bouncers at the same time.
- Flick the switches. There were 4 switches in the room with obstacles to get to them, including a series of pods that needed to be sat on and banzais that teleported you to random areas. You had 1 minute to get to and flick both switches in order to rotate the gates and get to the teleporter.
Completing all 4 of these obstacles lead you to a final teleporter, which teleported you to a badge room and awarded you with a red maple leaf badge (right)