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16 Amazing Photos From Toronto Pride Parade That Show Just How Great Our City Is

Torontonians were out in full force this weekend to celebrate one of the cities most anticipated events, Pride Parade. There's never been such a fabulous display of people celebrating love, justice and equality.

Toronto is often seen as one of the most accepting cities for the LGBTQ community, and this week (and month) just validates that. We know that love is love and it seems all the city was decked out in rainbow coloured gear to prove it. Here are just some of our favourite photos from Pride that'll make you proud to call yourself a Torontonian.

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