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Roll out on St. Patrick's Day... The St. Patrick's Day Parade in Toronto for 2018 will take place on Sunday, March 11th, beginning at 12pm and will march its traditional route from Bloor and St George, winding its way down Yonge Street and finishing before the review stand on Queen Street at Nathan Phillips Square. With over 4,000 participants in the parade, there is colour and flavour representing the city’s distinct and diverse community. 30 marching bands and entertainment entries participate,…Find out more »
This year marks the 38th annual Pride Parade. The parade starts from the corner of Church St and Bloor St all the way down to Yonge-Dundas Square. Tell your stories through art direction, costume design, choreography, music and special effects. Go glitz & glam. Be colourful and creative. Go big. And have fun! Pride Toronto expects everyone to behave with openness, respect, and support. The Pride Parade celebrates diversity and the variety of life in Toronto. All while respecting differences…Find out more »
The Toronto Chinatown Festival is back for its 18th year. Our theme for 2018 is “Leap through The Dragon’s Gate.” In the folktale the Carps swim upstream to try hard to jump through the dragon’s gate. It reminds people to work hard in order to be successful. The Festival will host related engaging performances alongside vendors and interactive activities. Both will showcase Canada’s cultural and communal diversity while helping to improve local tourism and economy. Features and Attractions Dragon Dance…Find out more »
Pride Toronto expects everyone to behave with openness, respect, and support. After all, the Pride Parade is not only about Pride in Toronto’s LGBTTIQQ2SA community, but celebrating diversity and the variety of life in Toronto while respecting differences amongst its citizens and visitors, and creating an inclusive experience for all. The parade will kick off at 2 pm this Sunday, June 23 Celebrating 50 years of global marches, thousands will be marching tall and proud in one of the largest…Find out more »
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