Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada leads Toronto & # 39; s massive Pride Parade greeting spectators and waving the LGBTQ2 flag while walking in one of the largest processions in North America
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau proudly led the Pride parade on Sunday in Toronto
- He walked with Toronto Mayor John Tory and waved an LGBTQ2 flag
- Toronto & # 39; s festivities marked one of the largest parade parade in North America
- The 47-year-old prime minister was greeted with enthusiasm by admiring crowds, shaking their hands
- He appeared in the Toronto Pride parade in 2016 and 2017 and attended the parade in Vancouver in 2018
- The parade, which ran from Church and Bloor Street to Dondas Square Stage, was full of around 200 groups on floaters, marching on foot and playing en route
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, led the party parade on Sunday at the Pride Parade in Toronto, where the thousands took to the streets with rainbow flags and sporting outfits.
Trudeau proudly waved a flag that combined the LGBTQ rainbow flag with the iconic maple of Canada as he walked with mayor of Toronto John Tory in one of the largest parade parades in North America.
Trudeau walked with other local politicians, greeted fans, and shook hands along the way while marching in the name of peace, love, acceptance, and inclusion.
Crazy fans were seen responding in awe and cheerfulness by shaking hands with the prime minister as he led the parade on Sunday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau proudly led the Pride parade in Toronto on Sunday, waving a LGBTQ2 flag proudly
The worship of crowds stretched out their hands to greet the 47-year-old prime minister and took selfies with him
Trudeau led the massive parade – which is one of the largest in North America – along with Mayor of Toronto, John Tory
Some partygoers were left in complete shock and awe when shaking hands with the beloved Prime Minister
The parade, which ran from Church and Bloor Street to Dondas Square Stage, was packed with performances, lively floats and thousands of demonstrators.
Trudeau looked relaxed in a white shirt with a button-down and khakis, waving enthusiastically at the crowds.
After Trudeau and Tory, about 200 groups were for the electric procession.
On Sunday, Trudeau returned a message from Tourism Minister Mélanie Joly on Twitter: & # 39; In our country, everyone can be proud of who they are and who they want to be. With pride we celebrate the power and beauty of diversity by making our # LGBTQ2 communities shine. & # 39;
Trudeau was a praised presence at the Pride Parades in Toronto, and appeared in 2016 and 2018, known for leading the parade with a smile and lovingly greeting the locals. Last year he missed the Toronto parade to support the festivities in Vancouver and Montreal.
Trudeau led the massive parade on Sunday alongside local politicians while 200 groups succeeded each other
Thousands took to the streets in Toronto for the lively and electric event, where partygoers wore a rainbow and waved the flags of Canada and LGBTQ2
Trudeau was drenched as he made his way on Sunday past the joyful parade in Toronto, Canada
Thumbs up! The prime minister smiled as he walked the streets of Toronto with the procession
One of the first lively floats in the parade was Casey House, where muscular dancers wore red shorts and performed for thousands of spectators.
& # 39; This is the best thing ever. Doesn't make you proud of this city, & said the local wife Felicia Feather The star.
The Pride parade this year fell on the 50th anniversary of Stonewall.
Stonewall born the gay rights movement when a group from the LGTBQ community fought during a police raid at Stonewall Inn in Greenwich village in New York.
& # 39; What Stonewall really represents is the struggle for the right of this community to be treated just like everyone else. We are truly overwhelmed by the love and support we have had this year. You will see that fully demonstrated in the context of the parade, & said Director Olivia Nuamah of Pride Toronto to the outlet.
The people man! Trudeau greeted supporters of the LGTBQ community during the parade on Sunday
Trudeau was a praised presence at the Pride Parades in Toronto, and appeared in 2016 and 2018, known for leading the parade with a smile and lovingly greeting the locals. Last year he missed the Toronto parade to support the festivities in Vancouver and Montreal
Can't get enough! Hundreds of parade spectators could not grasp their enthusiasm when they met Trudeau
The parade, which ran from Church and Bloor Street to Dondas Square Stage, was full of performances, lively floats and thousands of marchers
Trudeau pictured waving to fans on buildings and high-rise buildings enjoying the view of the Pride parade
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