Thousands will be entertained by events in TO over the next 24 to 48 hours, and drivers should prepare for delays on the city’s main roads.
‘The Salsa on St.Clair‘, one of the largest Latino-themed cultural celebrations in Canada, is underway and shuts down the thoroughfare between Christie and Winona Drive until late Sunday night.
The ‘Taste of Lawrence‘ festival, a three-day food & music gathering, has closed Lawrence between Warden Avenue and Birchmount Road until Monday.
‘Thrill of the Grill‘ sees some of the Danforth’s best duking it out for the title of Toronto’s best rib. It shuts down the Danforth between Broadview and Jackman Avenues, Saturday.
Toronto chef’s, restaurants, food trucks, breweries and wineries will allow you to sample their finest during the ‘‘Lovin’ Local Food Fest’‘. The event will close Yonge Street between Dundas and Queen Streets all day Saturday.
On Sunday, the Toronto Triathalon festival will test the fitness of participants with several sprint and Olympic distance races for athletes of all capabilities. Avid triathletes and beginners will be able to swim in Ontario Place’s West Channel, take a long bike ride east on the Lakeshore and DVP, and 10 or 5 K run on Lakeshore West.