Dyke march 2014

25 loud and proud photos of the 2014 Dyke March

Thousands took to the streets yesterday afternoon for annual Dyke March, one of World Pride's key events on its last busy weekend in Toronto. The ceremonies got underway shortly after noon in Allan Gardens before the march commenced at 2:00pm. Among the high profile attendees, both Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and mayoral candidate Olivia Chow were spotted among the participants. There were roaring motor bikes, hundreds of rainbow flags, some wickedly pointed signs, and an atmosphere that combined protest and celebration. In other words, it was an ideal day for Toronto's dyke community.

Check out all the action from the 2014 Dyke March in our photo gallery.


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