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Easter is just around the corner and Toronto is getting ready for the annual Easter parade. While many Torontonians might have already hit the road to enjoy the long weekend, those who have decided to stay back will be eagerly looking forward to Easter festivities in the city.
Though Easter parades are spectacular to look at and fun to be a part of, the roadblocks that come along with it can dampen your holiday mood. In the spirit of Easter, we decided to make your travel across Toronto easier by giving out the information of roads that will be shut for the parades.
Here is the list of parades that will affect the vehicle movement in the city:
Beaches Lions Easter Parade
It is one of the oldest Easter Parades in the world and is undoubtedly the main attraction of Toronto’s Easter celebrations. This year, Beaches Lions Parade will take place at Queen East on April 1st between 2 pm to 4 pm. Here are the roads that will be closed for the vehicles:
|Queen St. E. lane closed Munro Park Ave. to Fallingbrook Rd.||10 am to 1:30 pm|
|Nursewood Rd. closed Queen St. E. to 24 Nursewood Rd.||11 am to 1:30 pm|
|Queen St. E.closed Woodbine Ave. to Fallingbrook Rd.||1:30 pm to 4:30 pm|
|Woodbine Ave. closed Queen St. E. to Lake Shore Blvd. E.||2 pm to 4:30 pm|
|Lake Shore Blvd. E. closed Woodbine Ave. to Coxwell Ave.||2 pm to 4:30 pm|
*St – Street Rd- Road Ave – Avenue Blvd – Boulevard E – East
Sidh Shakti Parade
Apart from the Beaches Parade, look out for the Sidh Shakti parade which is also happening on April 1st. The following roads are expected to be closed from 12:30 pm to 5 pm:
- Lake Shore Boulevard West closed Ninth Street to Second Street
- Second Street closed Lake Shore Boulevard West to Birmingham St
- Ninth Street closed Lake Shore Boulevard West to Birmingham St
- Birmingham Street closed Ninth Street to Second Street
Now that you know the roads that you need to avoid, plan your travel accordingly. Happy Easter!