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By Mark Thompson | Monday Jul 9, 2012
Toronto Pride is a two-time winner of "Best Festival in Canada" and one of the "Top 50 Festivals" in Ontario, as well as one of Toronto’s eight city-designated signature events.
Wednesday Jul 4, 2012
One of the world’s largest Pride celebrations with an estimated attendance of 1.2 million people, Toronto Pride’s ten-day Pride Week includes a three-day street festival, with nearly 300 entertainers performing on seven stages, as well as the Parade.
Tuesday Jul 3, 2012
Prism Festival’s Bootcamp featured DJs Hector Fonseca and Tony Moran and a performance by Erika Jayne as the military-themed event kicked off the final Friday night of Toronto Pride, one of the world’s largest Pride celebrations.
By Robert Israel | Tuesday Jun 12, 2012
Pride Toronto, now in its 32nd year, is the largest event of its kind in North America. With humble origins as Gay Day picnics, it continues to expand as plans are underway for World Pride in Toronto in 2014.
Wednesday Oct 26, 2011
Promising an unmatched level of service, Trump Toronto will be a sophisticated sanctuary for business and leisure travelers. Towering over 900 feet above the city, it will be Canada’s tallest residential building with an impressive 65 stories.
By Robert Israel | Saturday Jun 18, 2011
Pride Week in Toronto, set for June 24-July 3, 2011, promises once again to be brash, bold and boisterous. With humble origins that began with Gay Day picnics in the city’s parks 31 years ago, Pride Toronto has since blossomed into a city-wide event that promotes tolerance, civility and dialog with the city and its burgeoning LBGT population.
Tuesday Jun 14, 2011
You wouldn’t show up to a party the size of Toronto Pride without getting into Pride shape. Now with less than a month to go, a brand new workout program has been specially created to help you get festival fabulous.
By Jesse Trautmann | Tuesday May 24, 2011
One of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities boasts a very active major gayborhood, several minor ones, world-class restaurants, spaces made famous from TV’s Queer as Folk - and even an all-S&M bed-and-breakfast.
By Mark Thompson | Tuesday Nov 16, 2010
You’ve got to love a city that erects a bronze statue of a local gay magistrate accused of too closely examining the nether regions of three male suspects. There he is, Alexander Wood, at the corner of Church and Alexander in Toronto’s Gay Village.
By Mickey Weems | Saturday May 29, 2010
Toronto’s Pride has grown to be one of the biggest in North America - thanks in no small part to Prism, the series of major dance parties that take place during the huge celebration. EDGE spoke to Prism’s head to get the scoop on the hottest venues and DJs.
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