2022’s Canada Day parade is set to begin in East York.
The parade, in its 65th year, will start at Dieppe Park at 10:30 a.m. and then wind its way to Stan Wadlow Park.
The parade will include floats, bands, antique cars, community groups, entertainers and local businesses.
On its website, the East York Canada Day Festival said that beginning at 11 a.m., there will be main stage entertainment, a midway, children’s activities, an artisan market, food vendors and a beer garden at Stan Wadlow Park.
“Our day ends with a spectacular fireworks show presented by the City of Toronto,” the website reads.
Toronto Mayor John Tory said he hopes everyone is “safe” and that they “have a good time.”
“And that everybody engages in responsible behavior,” he said. “Because we’ve seen a bit of partying that gets out of hand and you know, that spoils it for everybody, and I just hope that that doesn’t happen again.”
“I think most people have got that message and certainly our wonderful police are going to help us with that,” he continued.