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Toronto Parades

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Apr 28 to Apr 30
This annual Easter parade celebrates the community spirit of Toronto's vibrant Beaches community. Floats range from souped up cars to mobile creations adorned with colourful floral arrangements. The event is family-friendly.
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On May 5, 2015 join Schizophrenia Society of Ontario for the 22nd annual Peace of Minds Walk.
Walk with families, friends and supporters as they come together in communities across Ontario to rally support and awareness while raising funds to help individuals and families affected by schizophrenia and psychosis. The Peace of Minds Walk is SSO’s largest fundraising event with all donations going towards crucial programs and service that support people living with schizophrenia. Take part in a day of fun that includes exercise, live music, food and festivities.
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On Thursday, May 21st from noon to 2:00pm at Yonge-Dundas Square, White Ribbon invites the men (and women) of Toronto to show some swagger in their most fabulous footwear at the 6th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. Get pumped and help raise awareness and funds for White Ribbon, the world’s largest effort of men working to end violence against women.
To register for the event, and for more information, visit walkamiletoronto.ca
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Jul 18 to Jul 19
On July 18-19, 2015, come celebrate the 43rd Annual Festival of India in the heart of downtown Toronto. The festival consists of an upbeat, colourful parade down Yonge Street (beginning at Bloor and continuing south to Lake Ontario) and two days of celebrations at Centre Island expected to draw close to 40,000 people!

Also, to mark the festival’s 43rd anniversary, a special launch party will be held at Yonge and Dundas Square on Saturday, June 7th, 2015. This pre-festival celebration will provide an enticing preview of the upcoming weekend’s festivities.

The festival is free and open entirely to the public. The biggest highlight is the amazing, free vegetarian feast served to all who attend! The festival will also feature a stunning music, dance and drama showcase, a spiritual yoga festival, a South Asian bazaar, cultural exhibits, a children's area, face-painting, and much more!
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The Warriors' Day Parade, the longest-running parade of its type, celebrates over 90 years of honouring our Veterans and members of the Canadian Armed Forces. The Parade will be held at The Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. The Parade reminds Canadians to remember the sacrifices of our Veterans and members of Canadian Armed Forces. All military and para-military contingents are welcome to march in the parade. The public are invited to join us as spectators to participate in this spectacular and historic event. Support Canada's Veterans and Troops!
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Toronto's very first Santa Parade graced the streets in 1905. Since then it has steadily grown in extravagance to include a great number of impressively creative and colourful floats and performers. Thousands come to watch and greet Santa as he makes his way through the central city, beginning at the corner of Bloor and Christie Streets to finish at the corner of Front and Church Streets.



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Celebrate a favourite date among the Irish at this annual parade. The parade consists of marching bands, Irish organizations and floats, along with a celebrity parade marshal. The event starts at noon at Bloor and Devonshire and proceeds down Bloor Street, ending at Nathan Phillips Square.



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