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Canada Day events affect transit,
June 30 and July 1



Canada Day and other special events will affect transit service in Ajax, Aurora, Barrie, Bowmanville (Clarington), Brampton, Burlington, Downsview (Toronto), East York (Toronto), Guelph, Hamilton, Maple, Markham, Milton, Mississauga, Newmarket, Pickering, Oshawa, Scarborough (Toronto), Stouffville and Toronto this holiday.


The events affect these routes:

Barrie Transit10 Livingstone, 12 Blake, 15 Letitia South, 20 RVH, 24 Edgehill, 28 East Hanmer, 31 Essa, 33 Innisdale, 41 Allandale.

Brampton Transit1 Queen, 8 Centre, 12 Grenoble, 15 Bramalea, 17 Howden, 19 Fernforest, 66 Wonderland, 77 Highway 7, Free shuttle buses to Chinguacousy Park.

Burlington TransitFree shuttle bus to Spencer Smith Park.

City of PickeringFree shuttle bus to Kinsmen Park.

Durham Region Transit501 Aspen Springs, Free shuttle bus to Lakeview Park.

GO Transit: 65 Barrie.

Guelph Transit1 Woodlawn; Free shuttle bus to Riverside Park

Hamilton Street RailwayFree shuttle bus to Pier 4 and Bayfront Parks.

Milton Transit: Free shuttle service to Milton Fairgrounds

Mississauga Transit: 3 Bloor; 26 Burnhamthorpe; 74 city Centre Shuttle.

Stock TransportationFree shuttle bus to Mackenzie Glen Park.

Toronto Transit Commission5 Avenue Road, 21 Brimley, 29 Dufferin, 87 Cosburn; 94 Wellesley, 129 McCowan North.

Town of AjaxFree shuttle buses to Rotary Park

Town of MarkhamFree shuttle bus to Milne Park

York Region TransitViva blue; Viva orange; VIVA purple; 1 Highway 7; 15 Stouffville Local; 32 Aurora South; 33 Wellington; 40 Unionville Local; 41 Markham Local; 77 Highway 7 — Centre; 98 Yonge North.


The June 30 events include: Bowmanville’s 150th Anniversary Party; CHIN Canada Day Picnic; Promenade Days; Stouffville Strawberry Festival.

The July 1 events include: Bowmanville’s 150th Anniversary Party;
Canada Day events at:

Bayfront Park in Hamilton; Chinguacousy Park in Brampton; Downsview Park in Downsview (Toronto); Fairy Lake Park in Newmarket; Kinsman Park in Pickering; Lakeview Park in Oshawa; Milne Park in Markham; Pier 4 Park in Hamilton; Queen’s Park in Toronto; Rotary Park in Ajax.

Canada Day parades in:

Aurora; East York (Toronto); and Scarborough (Toronto).

and

CHIN Canada Day Picnic; Promenade Days.

The Stouffville Strawberry Festival continues on July 1 but does not affect transit services.


Ajax

Town of Ajax Canada Day Events — Rotary Park

From 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 1 various Canada Day events take place in Rotary Park on the lakeshore from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Town is sponsoring two free shuttle routes to help everyone travel to and from the park.

Two free shuttle bus routes to Rotary Park

North Route:

Buses leave the Ajax Sportsplex at Taunton Road East and Audley Road North every 30 minutes from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Ten minutes after leaving the Sportsplex, the buses stop for passengers at the north parking lot for J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate / Notre Dame Catholic High School on Harwood Avenue North, and arrive at Rotary Park 25 minutes after leaving the Sportsplex.

Buses operating on return trips leave Rotary Park every 30 minutes from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., stopping at the Richardson / Notre Dame north parking lot and arriving at Sportsplex 25 minutes later.

You can view the schedule for the North route here.

South Route:

Buses route leave the McLean Community Centre, 95 Magill Drive, east of Westney Road North, every 30 minutes from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Ten minutes after leaving McLean, the buses stop for passengers at the parking lot for Ajax Town Hall, 65 Harwood Avenue South. Fifteen minutes after leaving McLean, the buses stop for passengers at the north doors to the Ajax Community Centre, 75 Centennial Road, and arrive at Rotary Park 25 minutes after leaving the Sportsplex.

Buses operating on return trips leave Rotary Park every 30 minutes from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., stopping at the Ajax Community Centre and Ajax Town Hall, arriving at McLean 25 minutes later.

You can see a schedule for the South route here.


Aurora:

Aurora Canada Day Parade:

Until about noon on Tuesday, July 1, the Town of Aurora and the Region of York will close Yonge Street between St. John’s Sideroad and Industrial Parkway South to accommodate the parade.

GO Transit and York Region Transit will detour bus service during the event.

GO Transit

65 Barrie:

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge Street and St. John’s Sideroad, then detour:

eastward along St. John’s Sideroad East;
southward along Industrial Parkway North; and then
westward along Wellington Street East to Aurora GO Station,
resuming their regular route.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

YRT

32 Aurora South:

Southbound buses start their trips at Wellington Street West and Temperance Street, then proceed:

southward along Temperance;
westward along Tyler Street;
northward along George Street;
westward along Wellington Street West;
south- and eastward along Murray Drive;
south- and westward along Richardson Drive; and then
southward along Lea Gate to Henderson Drive,
resuming their regular route westward along Henderson.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Henderson Drive and Lea Gate, then detour:

northward along Lea;
east- and northward along Richardson Drive;
west- and northward along Murray Drive; and then
eastward along Wellington Street West to Temperance Street.

Viva blue:

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge Street and St. John’s Sideroad, then detour:

eastward along St. John’s Sideroad East; and then
southward along Industrial Parkways North and South to Yonge,
resuming their regular route southward along Yonge.

Northbound buses reverse the routing.

33 Wellington:

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Wellington Street East and Wells Street, then detour:

southward along Wells Street South to Moseley Street, where they end their trips.

Eastbound buses start their trips at Wells Street South and Moseley Street, then proceed:

eastward along Moseley Street; and then
northward along Berczy Street to Wellington Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Wellington.

98 Yonge North:

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge Street and St. John’s Sideroad, then detour:

eastward along St. John’s Sideroad East; and then
southward along Industrial Parkways North and South to Yonge,
resuming their regular route southward along Yonge.

Northbound buses reverse the routing.


Barrie:

Promenade Days

From Saturday, June 28 until Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1, the City of Barrie will close Dunlop Streets East and West between Mulcaster and Toronto Streets to accommodate the Downtown Barrie Business Association’s 32nd annual event.

Barrie Transit will revise transit services during the event.

41 Allandale:
12 Blake:
28 East Hanmer:
24 Edgehill:
31 Essa:
33 Innisdale:
15 Letitia South:
10 Livingstone:
20 RVH (Royal Victoria Hospital):

Passengers should expect detours and delays, while buses travel along nearby streets to and from the Downtown Barrie Bus Terminal.


Bowmanville

Bowmanville’s 150th Anniversary

On Monday, June 30 and Tuesday, July 1, the Municipality of Clarington will close Wellington Street between Division and Scugog Streets all day on June 28, 29, 30 and Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1 to accommodate various events celebrating the anniversary.

Durham Region Transit will divert bus service during the events.

501 Aspen Springs:

Westbound buses enter service from the 502 Liberty route at Wellington Street and George Street North, instead of Temperance Street North and Church Street then proceed:

southward along George; and then
westward along Church to Temperance,
resuming their regular route westward along Church;

Eastbound buses operate along their regular route.


Brampton

City of Brampton Canada Day events — Chinguacousy Park

The City of Brampton will again celebrate Canada Day in Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park this year. Events start at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 1 and end with a fireworks display at 10 p.m. The City will offer free shuttle bus services and close various streets around the park to accommodate the large crowds visiting the park.

Brampton Transit and York Region Transit will revise bus services during the event. (YRT lists its detour on its website. Brampton Transit has not announced detours, although buses cannot operate along their regular routes with so many closed streets around Chinguacousy Park.)

Brampton Transit

From 2:30 until 9:30 p.m., Brampton Transit will operate free shuttle buses from the Downtown Brampton, Shoppers World and Trinity Common transit terminals, Mount Pleasant GO Station and the Fortino’s store on Mountainash Road to Chinguacousy Park. Buses operate every 30 minutes. The shuttles leave the park for one of the five terminals every 30 minutes from 3 until 9 p.m. with three more trips at 10:30, 11 and 11:30 p.m. (after the fireworks display.)

You can view the schedules for the five shuttle routes here.

15 Bramalea:

The City is closing Bramalea Road between Central Park Drive and Kensington Road from 7 p.m. until midnight. Although Brampton Transit has not announced detours for buses operating on the 15 Bramalea route, here is how buses will likely detour after 7 p.m.:

Southbound buses likely operate along their regular route to Bramalea Road and Central Park Drive, then detour:

eastward along Central Park;
southward along Torbram Road;
westward along Clark Boulevard; and then
northward along Bramalea to Knightsbridge,
resuming their regular route westward along Knightsbridge.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

8 Centre:

After 2 p.m.,

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Queen Street West and Dixie Road, then detour:

southward along Dixie; and then
westward along Clark Boulevard to the Bramalea Transit Terminal.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

19 Fernforest:

After 2 p.m.,

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Central Park Drive and Howden Boulevard, then detour:

westward along Howden;
southward along Dixie; and then
westward along Clark Boulevard to the Bramalea Transit Terminal.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

12 Grenoble:

After 7 p.m.,

Southbound buses will operate along their regular route to Central Park Drive and Glenvale Boulevard, then detour:

eastward along Central Park;
southward along Torbram Road;
westward along Clark Boulevard; and then
northward along Bramalea Road to Knightsbridge Road,
resuming their regular route.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

77 Highway 7:

After 7 p.m.,

Eastbound buses operate on their regular route to Knightsbridge and Bramalea Roads, then detour:

southward along Bramalea;
eastward along Clark Boulevard; and then
northward along Torbram Road to Queen Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queen.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

17 Howden:

After 2 p.m.,

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Howden Boulevard and Dixie Road, then detour:

southward along Dixie; and then
westward along Clark Boulevard to the Bramalea Transit Terminal.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

1 Queen:

After 7 p.m.,

Eastbound buses operate on their regular route to Knightsbridge and Bramalea Roads, then detour:

southward along Bramalea;
eastward along Clark Boulevard; and then
northward along Torbram Road to Queen Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queen.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

66 Wonderland:

After 7 p.m.,

Eastbound buses operate on their regular route to Knightsbridge and Bramalea Roads, then detour:

southward along Bramalea;
eastward along Clark Boulevard; and then
northward along Torbram Road to Queen Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queen.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

York Region Transit

77 Highway 7 — Centre:

After 7 p.m.,

Eastbound buses operate on their regular route to Knightsbridge and Bramalea Roads, then detour:

southward along Bramalea;
eastward along Clark Boulevard; and then
northward along Torbram Road to Queen Street East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queen.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.


Burlington

City of Burlington Canada Day events — Spencer Smith Park

The City’s event takes place in the park on the lakeshore from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m., ending with a fireworks display at dusk after 9 p.m.

Burlington Transit offers free shuttle bus service between the Central Library and the Downtown Burlington Bus Terminal from 7 until 11 p.m.


Clarington: See Bowmanville


Downsview

Downsview Park Canada Day Celebration

From 11 a.m. until midnight on Tuesday, July 1, YRT will divert its buses so they can remain on schedule and avoid heavy traffic heading to the park along Sheppard Avenue West.

Viva orange:

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Keele Street and Finch Avenue West, then detour:

eastward along Finch; and then
southward along Dufferin Street and William R. Allen Road to Sheppard Avenue West,
resuming their regular route eastward along Sheppard and into Downsview Station.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.


East York

East York Canada Parade

The City will close Cosburn Avenue between Oak Park and Cedarvale Avenues and Haldon Avenue south of East York Acres (and other streets in the neighbourhood) on Sunday, July 1 from 9 until 11:30 a.m. to accommodate the Parade.

The TTC will likely divert bus service during the event, but has not announced specific routings.

87 Cosburn:

Westbound buses likely operate along their regular route to Lumsden and Westlake Avenues, then detour:

westward along Lumsden; and then
northward along Woodbine Avenue to Cosburn Avenue,
resuming their regular route westward along Cosburn.

Eastbound buses likely reverse this routing.


Guelph

City of Guelph Canada Day Fireworks Display — Riverside Park

From 9:15 a.m. until 8:45 p.m., on Tuesday, July 1, Guelph Transit buses will operate every 30 minutes from St. George’s Square. special Canada Day service, July 1.

At 8:45 p.m., buses operating on all regular Guelph Transit routes will go out of service and Guelph Transit will start a free shuttle service, leaving St. George’s Square in front of Old Quebec Street, to transport passengers to Riverside Park for the fireworks display. Buses will let passengers off on Woodlawn Road East, opposite Riverside Glen. The shuttles leave St. George’s Square until 9:15 p.m.

Shuttle service from Riverside Park to St. George’s Square will resume after the fireworks display. Passengers may board the shuttle buses on Woodlawn Road (opposite Riverside Glen). The shuttles leave Riverside Park from 9:45 until 10:15 p.m.

Regular transit service will resume once all shuttle buses have arrived in St. George’s Square from Riverside Park. The last trip will depart St. George’s Square at 12:15 a.m.

1 Woodlawn:

Buses will detour after 8:30 p.m. while Woolwich Street is closed between Woodlawn Road and Speedvale Avenue.


Hamilton

City of Hamilton Canada Day Events — Bayfront and Pier 4 Parks

The Hamilton Street Railway will operate free shuttle buses between downtown Hamilton and Bayfront and Pier 4 Parks from 6 p.m. until 11:45 p.m. to accommodate passengers hoping to enjoy the fireworks display.

The HSR hasn’t yet posted this year’s route and schedule on its website, but here’s the 2007 route:

Northbound buses start their trips from a stop on John Street North, just north of King Street East and proceed:

northward along John Street North;
westward along Guise Streets East and West;
looping along Leander Drive at Pier 4.

Northbound buses will stop to pick up passengers only at John and Barton Street East.

Southbound buses start their trips at Pier 4 and proceed:
eastward along Leander Drive and Guise Street West;
southward along James Streets North and South;
eastward along Main Street East; and then
northward along John Streets South and North,
ending their trip at a stop on John, just north of King Street East.

The southbound buses stop to pick up or unload passengers only at James and Strachan Streets (for passengers going to and coming from Bayfront Park), James and Colborne Streets and James opposite King William Street.


Maple

City of Vaughan Canada Day Events — Mackenzie Glen Park

Canada Day events take place in the park on Tuesday, July 1 from 4 until 8 p.m.

The City has contracted Stock Transportation to operate free shuttle buses on two routes to the park.

Shuttle Route A:

Park at Fortino’s on Major Mackenzie Drive or at Michael Cranny Public School, 155 Melville Avenue. Buses pick up passengers on Major Mackenzie in front of the TD Canada Trust branch, then proceed:

eastward along Major Mackenzie;
northward along Melville Avenue, stopping in front of the school to pick up passengers.

They then continue:

north- and westward along Melville; and then
southward along Cranston Park Drive to Mackenzie Glen Park.

They then reverse the routing to Major Mackenzie Drive.

Shuttle Route B:

Park at Lowe’s, 200 McNaughton Road or at the Maple Community Centre, 10190 Keele Street. Buses pick up passengers at a stop on McNaughton, north of Major Mackenzie Drive and proceed:

westward along McNaughton; and then
southward along Keele Street to the TTC bus loop at the Maple Community Centre, where they pick up passengers.

They then proceed:

northward along Keele;
westward along Drummond Drive; and then
southward along Cranston Park Drive to Mackenzie Glen Park.

They then reverse the routing to McNaughton Road.

You can see a map of the two shuttle routes here. (.pdf)


Markham

Town of Markham Canada Day Events — Milne Park

On Tuesday, July 1, the Town of Markham and the Region of York will close McCowan Road between Milne Park and Heritage Road from 3 to 11 p.m to accommodate the annual event. The event includes a parade along McCowan Road at 4 p.m. and fireworks at 9:30 p.m.

The Town of Markham will sponsor free shuttle bus service between Markville Mall and Milne Park. Buses operate every 15 minutes from 2:30 p.m. until midnight.

The Toronto Transit Commission and York Region Transit will divert bus service during the event.

TTC

129 McCowan North:

The TTC has not announced detours, but southbound buses likely will operate along their regular route to McCowan and Carlton Roads, then detour:

westward along Carlton;
southward along Kennedy Road; and then
eastward along 14th Avenue to McCowan,
resuming their regular route southward along McCowan.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

YRT

1 Highway 7:

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Highway 7 and Laidlaw Boulevard, then detour:

northward along Laidlaw; and then
west- and southward along Bullock Drive to Highway 7,
resuming their regular route westward along Highway 7.

Eastbound buses reverse this routing.

41 Markham Local:
40 Unionville Local:

Buses start and end their trips at Markville Mall as usual, but travel along Bullock Drive instead of Highway 7 between the Mall and McCowan Road.

Viva purple:

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Highway 7 and Laidlaw Boulevard, then detour:

northward along Laidlaw; and then
west- and southward along Bullock Drive to Highway 7,
resuming their regular route westward along Highway 7.

Eastbound buses reverse this routing.


Milton

Town of Milton Canada Day Events — Milton Fairgrounds

The Town of Milton’s events start at 10 a.m. and end with fireworks at 10 p.m.

Milton Transit does not usually operate on holidays, but it will offer shuttle service to and from the event, sponsored by Mattamy Homes. The shuttle buses will run every 45 minutes from noon until 10:30 p.m. on a circular route to and from the fairgrounds.

Starting at the fairgrounds, buses proceed:

westward along Robert Street;
southward along Bronte Street South;
eastward along Laurier Avenue;
southward along Holly Avenue;
eastward along Yates Drive;
southward along Bartlett Boulevard;
eastward along Clark Boulevard;
southward along Fourth Line;
westward along Louis St. Laurent Avenue;
north- and westward along Kennedy Circle;
northward along Thompson Road South;
through the Drew Centre and the Milton GO Station parking lot;
eastward along Main Street;
northward along Sinclair Drive;
west- and southward along Maple Avenue;
westward along Woodward Avenue;
southward along Ontario Streets North and South;
around the MIlton Seniors Activity Centre;
westward along Childs Drive;
northward along Ontario Street South; and then
westward along Main Street;
north- and westward along Millside Drive;
southward along Martin Street;
westward along Main Street;
southward along Bronte Street South;
eastward along King Street; and then
southward along High Street to the fairgrounds.

You can see a bus schedule and route map here. (.pdf)


Mississauga:

City of Mississauga Canada Day Event — Civic Centre Area

On Tuesday, July 1, the City of Mississauga will close Burnhamthorpe Road West between Confederation Parkway and Duke of York Boulevard from 6:30 until 11:30 p.m., Princess Royal Drive between Duke of York and Living Arts Drive from 6 a.m. until 11:30 p.m., City Centre Drive between Duke of York and Living Arts from 6 a.m. until 11:30 p.m., Duke of York and Living Arts between Rathburn and Burnhamthorpe Roads West from 6 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. to accommodate the City’s official celebration.

Mississauga Transit will detour bus services during the event.

3 Bloor:

From 6 a.m. until 11:30 p.m., eastbound buses start their trips at the City Centre Terminal at Square One, and proceed:

westward along Rathburn Road West; and then
southward along Confederation Parkway to Webb Drive,
resuming their regular route southward along Confederation.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

You can see a map of the 3 Bloor detour here. (.pdf)

26 Burnhamthorpe:

From 6:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m., eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Burnhamthorpe Road West and Confederation Parkway, then detour:

northward along Confederation; and then
eastward along Rathburn Road West to the the City Centre Terminal at Square One,
resuming their regular route.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

You can see a map of the 26 Burnhamthorpe detour here. (.pdf)

74 City Centre Shuttle:

From 6:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m., buses leave the City Centre Terminal at Square One on a clockwise shuttle,
eastward along Rathburn Road West;
southward along City Centre Drive;
east- and southward along Robert Speck Parkway;
westward along Burnhamthorpe Road East;
southward along Hurontario Street;
westward along Mathews Gate;
north- and westward along Enfield Place;
northward along Kariya Drive;
westward along Burnhamthorpe Road West;
southward along Duke of York Boulevard;
westward along Webb Drive;
southward along Redmond Road;
eastward along Central Parkway West;
northward along Confederation Parkway;
eastward along Webb;
northward along Duke of York;
eastward along Burnhamthorpe;
northward along Kariya Gate;
east- and northward along City Centre;
westward along Centre View Drive;
southward along Duke of York Boulevard; and then
westward along Rathburn to the City Centre Terminal.

You can see a map of the 74 City Centre Shuttle detour here. (.pdf)

61 Mavis:

The bus on the last southbound trip after 6:30 p.m. operates along its regular route to the City Centre Terminal at Square One, then proceeds:

westward along Rathburn Road West; and then
southward along Confederation Parkway to Webb Drive,
resumng its regular route westward along Webb.

The bus on the last northbound trip after 6:30 p.m. reverses this routing.

You can see a map of the 61 Mavis detour here.


Newmarket

Town of Newmarket Canada Day Event — Main Street and Fairy Lake Park

From 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 1, the Town of Newmarket will close Main Street between Botsford and Water Streets during the Town’s annual celebration.

York Region Transit will divert transit services during the event.

54 Bayview North:

Southbound buses operate along their regular route to Main and Queen Streets, then detour:

eastward along Queen; and then
southward along Prospect Street to Water Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Prospect.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Prospect and Water Streets, then detour:

northward along Prospect Street to Davis Drive,
resuming their regular route eastward along Davis.


Oshawa

City of Oshawa Canada Day events — Lakeview Park

The City and the Auto Workers Community Credit Union are sponsoring the day’s program of events from noon until dusk. The program ends with a fireworks display.

Durham Region Transit will operate free shuttle buses every 15 minutes from noon until 9:15 p.m. between the General Motors parking lot at Park Road South and Wentworth Street West and the park. After the fireworks end, the buses will take passengers back to the parking lot.


Pickering:

City of Pickering Canada Day Events — Kinsmen Park

The City’s events take place from noon until dusk, when a fireworks display will illuminate the lakeshore. Free shuttle buses operate between Pickering GO Station, the Ontario Power Generation parking lot on Brock Road South, south of Bayly Street, and the park.


Stouffville

Stouffville Strawberry Festival

The Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville’s annual event takes place in Stouffville Park beside the Lebovic Centre on Monday, June30 and Canada Day, Tuesday, July 1.

York Region Transit will divert bus service during the event.

15 Stouffville Local:

On Monday, June 30 only,

buses will not travel along Park Drive or stop at the Lebovic Centre. Buses travel directly eastward along Main Street between Ninth Line and Eastern Gate Crescent.


Scarborough

Scarborough Canada Day Parade

The City of Toronto will close Brimley Road, between Lawrence Avenue East and Progress Avenue on Sunday, July 1 from 4 until 8:30 p.m. to accommodate the Scarborough Canada Day Parade.

The TTC will likely divert bus service during the event but has not announced specific routings.

21 Brimley:

Southbound buses likely operate along their regular route to Scarborough Centre Station, then detour:

southward along McCowan Road; and then
westward along Lawrence Avenue East to Brimley Road,
resuming their regular route southward along Brimley.


Toronto

Toronto events include:

CHIN Canada Day Picnic

Queen’s Park Canada Day Celebration

See also Downsview, East York and Scarborough.


CHIN Canada Day Picnic

Starting 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 28 until approximately 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, July 2, Exhibition Place will close various streets in the west end of the park to accommodate the annual event.

29 Dufferin:

The TTC has not announced detours, but will likely turn back buses on the 29B Dufferin (“Exhibition and Ontario Place”) branch at the Dufferin Gate loop while roads during the event as it did in 2007. TTC buses on the 29D Dufferin (Exhibition and Princes’ Gate) branch will likely operate along their regular route.


Queen’s Park Canada Day Celebration

The City of Toronto will close Queen’s Park Crescents East and West between Wellesley Street West and College Street from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. to accommodate the event.

The TTC will likely divert bus service during the event, but has not announced specific routings.

5 Avenue Road:

Southbound buses likely operate along their regular route to Avenue Road and Bloor Street West, then detour:

westward along Bloor;
northward along Bedford Road; and then
westward along Prince Arthur Avenue and into St. George Station.

Northbound buses likely start their trips at St. George Station and proceed:

southward along Bedford Road; and then
eastward along Bloor Street West to Avenue Road,
resuming their regular route northward along Avenue Road.

94 Wellesley:

Eastbound buses likely operate along their regular route to Harbord and St. George Streets, then detour:

northward along St. George;
eastward along Bloor Street West; and then
southward along Bay Street to Wellesley Street West,
resuming their regular route at eastward along Wellesley.

Westbound buses likely reverse this routing.


Vaughan: See Maple.