halloween on church

A massive crowd took over Church Street for Halloween

The annual Church Street Halloween Party was a smashing success this year, with clear skies, a big turnout, and a dazzling array of costumes that ranged from the spooky to the hilarious. Even the dogs got in on the fun. A longstanding tradition in Toronto, the parade has its roots in drag culture and is a celebration of LGBT rights as much as Halloween festivity.

Take a look at all the photos from this year's Church Street Halloween party.


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