Start: Church and Bloor Street
End: Yonge-Dundas Square
Pride Toronto is one of the largest Pride celebrations in North America and has become a major Canadian arts and cultural event. Pride Toronto started in 1981, and since then it has evolved into an incredibly lively celebration in the city that continues to attract loads of party enthusiasts from near and far. Everything culminates to the annual Pride Parade which is said to attract around 1.2 million spectators each year.
June 2019 will actually be Toronto’s fourth Pride Month, with events running right up until Pride Toronto which is the climax of these LGBTQ activities. While the line-up is still TBC, the key Pride Toronto events usually take place in the city's gayborhood, which is in and around the junction of Church and Wellesley Streets.
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