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Road closures for World Pride Parade
You will run into road closures downtown due to the World Pride festival
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If you're planning on staying in Toronto this weekend, there's a few road closures you'll want to know about. Predominantly in the Church and Wellesley area.


WORLD PRIDE PARADE

The parade will take place in the downtown core and road closures will begin at 12 p.m. Sunday.

- Yonge Street will be closed from Gerrard Street to Queen Street
- Dundas Street will be closed from Bay Street to Church Street
- Victoria Street will be closed from Dundas Street to Shuter Street

The closing ceremonies will begin at 7:30 p.m., and the concert will start at 9 p.m.
All roads are expected to be reopened by approximately 12 a.m. the following day.

The TTC Dundas Street streetcar route will be out of service during the road closures.

For more information about World Pride events click here. 

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  1. Andrea posted on 06/27/2014 01:59 PM
    World Pride parade is on Sunday, June 29th at 1 pm. (You don't list the date.) It begins at Church and Bloor and heads east to Yonge, goes south to Dundas.
  2. Mark7 posted on 06/28/2014 09:05 PM
    Utterly disgusting, revolting and shameful.
    1. kenfromcanada posted on 06/28/2014 09:45 PM
      @Mark7 You troll, you just described your entire posting career here. Thanks for being so self descriptive.


      lol
      They make it so easy.
    2. Mark7 posted on 06/29/2014 10:16 AM
      @kenfromcanada Spare me s.a.TAN follower. Tis a pity you cannot admit you are in the wrong.
    3. Karl Burgin posted on 06/30/2014 09:13 AM
      @kenfromcanada Not to be rude KENFROMCANADA, but since when did the pendulum swing so far the other way, that if those who are against the parade (like MARK7), that such people are seen as hateful.
      Playing devil's advocate here, isn't that what this "celebration" is all about- being open to everyone's view on life and morality- and all that it entails; as long as its not harmful to others.

      People should have the right to disagree with what's going on downtown, and not be demonized for it.
  3. kenfromcanada posted on 06/29/2014 02:22 PM
    Whether u are straight as a pipe or kinky as a fun straw there is a not doubt that PRIDE is good for the economy and long after the show is over the money remains.
  4. kelvinj posted on 10/12/2014 11:44 PM
    Thank you for the information about the world pride parade. I'm so glad to know this.
    motorterbaru
    motornang
    motorterbaru
  5. kelvinj posted on 10/12/2014 11:44 PM
    Thank you for the information about the world pride parade. I'm so glad to know this.
    motorterbaru
    motornang
    motorterbaru
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If you're planning on staying in Toronto this weekend, there's a few road closures you'll want to know about. Predominantly in the Church and Wellesley area.


WORLD PRIDE PARADE

The parade will take place in the downtown core and road closures will begin at 12 p.m. Sunday.

- Yonge Street will be closed from Gerrard Street to Queen Street
- Dundas Street will be closed from Bay Street to Church Street
- Victoria Street will be closed from Dundas Street to Shuter Street

The closing ceremonies will begin at 7:30 p.m., and the concert will start at 9 p.m.
All roads are expected to be reopened by approximately 12 a.m. the following day.

The TTC Dundas Street streetcar route will be out of service during the road closures.

For more information about World Pride events click here. 

Leave a comment:

showing all comments · Subscribe to comments
  1. Andrea posted on 06/27/2014 01:59 PM
    World Pride parade is on Sunday, June 29th at 1 pm. (You don't list the date.) It begins at Church and Bloor and heads east to Yonge, goes south to Dundas.
  2. Mark7 posted on 06/28/2014 09:05 PM
    Utterly disgusting, revolting and shameful.
    1. kenfromcanada posted on 06/28/2014 09:45 PM
      @Mark7 You troll, you just described your entire posting career here. Thanks for being so self descriptive.


      lol
      They make it so easy.
    2. Mark7 posted on 06/29/2014 10:16 AM
      @kenfromcanada Spare me s.a.TAN follower. Tis a pity you cannot admit you are in the wrong.
    3. Karl Burgin posted on 06/30/2014 09:13 AM
      @kenfromcanada Not to be rude KENFROMCANADA, but since when did the pendulum swing so far the other way, that if those who are against the parade (like MARK7), that such people are seen as hateful.
      Playing devil's advocate here, isn't that what this "celebration" is all about- being open to everyone's view on life and morality- and all that it entails; as long as its not harmful to others.

      People should have the right to disagree with what's going on downtown, and not be demonized for it.
  3. kenfromcanada posted on 06/29/2014 02:22 PM
    Whether u are straight as a pipe or kinky as a fun straw there is a not doubt that PRIDE is good for the economy and long after the show is over the money remains.
  4. kelvinj posted on 10/12/2014 11:44 PM
    Thank you for the information about the world pride parade. I'm so glad to know this.
    motorterbaru
    motornang
    motorterbaru
  5. kelvinj posted on 10/12/2014 11:44 PM
    Thank you for the information about the world pride parade. I'm so glad to know this.
    motorterbaru
    motornang
    motorterbaru
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