City of Toronto Cancels 2021 In-Person Events and Festivals Including Canada Day Until July 1

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City of Toronto

The city of Toronto has announced that it is cancelling in-person major outdoor events to July 1, including Canada Day parades, festivals and fireworks.

All City-led major mass participation events, festivals, conferences and cultural programs, and all City permits for major mass participation events organized by external groups at civic centres and squares, parks, public spaces, through July 1, 2021 will be cancelled.

Most of the events will proceed online as virtual events.

Major events cancelled include:

  • Toronto Marathon, half Marathon, 5k, 10k and relay (will be a virtual event)
  • Sporting Life 10k (will be a virtual event)
  • Canadian Music Week (will be a virtual event)
  • Doors Open Toronto (cancelled)
  • Juno Awards (will be a virtual event)
  • Ride for Heart (will be a virtual event)
  • NXNE Music Festival (will be a virtual event)
  • Luminato (virtual option to be determined)
  • The Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer (will be a virtual event)
  • TD Toronto Jazz Festival (virtual option to be determined)
  • Indigenous Arts Festival (will be a virtual event)
  • Trans March, Dyke March & Pride Parade (will be a virtual event)
  • Scarborough Canada Day Parade & Celebration (cancelled)
  • Canada Day Celebrations at Mel Lastman Square (cancelled)
 

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