Start: Church and Bloor Street
End: Yonge-Dundas Square
Pride Toronto is the largest Pride celebration in North America and has become a major Canadian arts and cultural event. This year is the 38th Pride Toronto and it culminates in the annual Pride Parade on Sunday 24 June, attracting around 1.2 million spectators each year.
June 2018 will actually be Toronto’s third Pride Month, with events running the whole duration. Pride Toronto is the climax of these LGBT activities. While the line-up is still TBC, the key Pride Toronto events usually take place in the city's Church Street area, at the junction with Wellesley Street, Toronto’s gayborhood.
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