Pride Toronto 2024 Recap

What a thrill Pride Toronto was this year! I can't help but be filled with gratitude for everyone who helped create such an outstanding event. None of this was possible without the organizers, volunteers, and everyone else who made it such a fantastic event.

 


The week was filled with memorable events that remind us of both our joy and our struggles, such as the 519’s Green Space Festival and the AIDS Candlelight Vigil. However, nothing compares to the excitement we all felt during the Pride March. It was an honour to march with Mayor Chow, my fellow Council colleagues, and the Toronto Public Service. The march is a vibrant reminder of our city's diversity, unity and resilient spirit.

Pride Toronto is a reminder of our community’s unbreakable resilience and the significance of being true to ourselves while standing as one. As your city councillor, I am committed to fostering an inclusive, united city. Here's a heartfelt thank you to everyone who contributes to making our community vibrant, and see you next year!

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