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Some parking bylaws won’t be enforced in Toronto on upcoming holidays

Cars parked on Albany Avenue in Toronto's Annex neighbourhood are photographed on March 15, 2021. Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail via CP

Toronto police say some on-street parking bylaws won’t be enforced in the city on upcoming holidays.

The Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement Unit won’t enforce bylaws at pay-and-display/metered areas, as well as at rush-hour routes, on the following days:

  • Christmas Day (Dec. 25)
  • Boxing Day (Dec. 26)
  • New Year’s Day (Jan. 1)

But drivers still need to pay attention to other regulations.

Police said all other areas and offences will still be enforced.

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