Stay Close to Major Points of Interest in Toronto and Mississauga

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Friday, May 22, 2015 - Sunday, May 24, 2015
Join in the celebration and experience the tastes and sounds of more than 72 countries at the largest multicultural Festival in Ontario.
In 2015, 28 Pavilions representing over 70 cultures located in various cultural and recreation centres in Mississauga will give visitors the opportunity to “travel the world” without leaving the City. During the three days, visitors moved from one Pavilion to another having their Passports stamped as they enter each Pavilion.


Saturday, August 01, 2015 - Sunday, August 02, 2015
The Caribana parties and events are great but the main attraction of Toronto's Caribbean Carnival is the Grand Parade (North America's largest Caribbean Parade). With over a million people set to attend, this year's Caribbean Carnival Parade will start off inside Exhibition Place as the competing Masquerade Bands (also known as Mas Bands) will fill the stadium with live Soca, Calypso and Steeplan music! The elaborate costumes, props and lively dancers bring everything to life and add to this incredible experience that happens only once a year.


Friday, June 19, 2015 - Sunday, June 28, 2015
Pride Toronto is the not-for-profit organization that hosts Pride Week, an annual event in downtown Toronto, which takes place each year during the last week of June. Pride Week celebrates our diverse sexual and gender identities, histories, cultures, creativities, families, friends and lives. It includes a three-day street festival with over eight stages of live entertainment, an extensive street fair (including community booths, vendors, food stalls), a special Family Pride program, a politically charged Dyke March, a Trans March and the famous Pride Parade. - See more at: http://www.pridetoronto.com/about#sthash.oj1n6Dbv.dpuf 

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