Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto: WorldPride Human Rights Con, Open Roof, James Adomian, Punk Rock Bingo, City's in Flame

Today in Toronto the WorldPride Human Rights Conference (June 25-27) begins at U of T, and comedian James Adomian is in town for Laugh Out Proud. The Open Roof Fest will present the music of Os Tropies and a screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel - if you love Open Roof's concept, enter to win a season pass right here. While the huge mass gay wedding at Casa Loma is tomorrow, a smaller LGBT mass wedding will take place today at 3pm at Toronto Botanical Garden. Bring a hanky. Don Pyle will screen Will Munro's Dirty Load (2007) plus An Afternoon at New Rose with the Viletones (1978) and more at the Fort York Public Library. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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