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Victoria Day 2011 fireworks in Toronto

The 2011 Victoria Day fireworks in Toronto are set to take place tomorrow (May 23rd) at Ashbridge's Bay at around 9:45 p.m. In the past, Ontario Place would host the big waterfront show on the May 24 weekend, but they won't light up the sky until Canada Day this year. The Beaches show is a smaller affair, scheduled to run for about 15 minutes or so. In other words, if you're planning to take it in, make sure to get there nice and early. Parking at the park will cost $5, but the show itself is free.

Those looking for something a bit more dramatic still have an option in the form of Canada's Wonderland, but it's rather costly if all you're interested in is some pyrotechnics. Single day admission to the park is $44.99, and the fireworks run tonight (May 22nd) at around 10 p.m., weather permitting.

For information on what's open and closed on Victoria Day, check here.

Big props to bigdaddyhame for the Gregory Crewdonsesque photo.


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