Accessibility For Festival Weekend

Pride Toronto strives to make our festival footprint, materials, and events as accessible as possible! Each year, we are committed to continually increasing access to ensure our communities’ needs are met. Pride Toronto offers an Accessibility Hub, or ASH for short, which is the main hub for all things accessibility! It is located on Wellesley St E (West of Church St in front of Paul Kane Parkette)

Operating Hours:
  • Friday – 7pm – 11pm
  • Saturday – 1pm – 11pm
  • Sunday – 1pm – 11pm
At the ASH, you will find everything pertaining to accessibility, including but not limited to:
  • ASL Schedule and ASL workers
  • Personal Support Workers Schedule
  • Rentable Mobile Devices
  • A UbiDuo Communication system for use
  • Accessible versions of the Pride guide including large print versions
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to , and for information about accessibility year-round, visit Accessibility 365 .

Pride Toronto accessibility services include the following:

Mobility Services

Designated Accessibility Areas

  • BudLight Wellesley Stage
  • TD Main Stage
  • Community Stage
  • Rogers South Stage
  • Yonge St and Isabella St (South/East)
  • Yonge St and Wood St
  • Yonge St and St Mary St (South/West)
  • Yonge St and Breadalbane St
  • Yonge St and Elm St (North/West)

American Sign Language (ASL) English Interpreters & Attendant Care Workers:


Pride Toronto is organizing a variety of accessibility services for our upcoming events during the festival. 
Below are the dates, times, and locations for the performance interpreters at the festival:
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Attendant Care Workers

If you require assistance, an Attendant Care Worker will be able to help; however, they will not assist with lifting or personal care. If you have more questions, please visit the Accessibility Services Hub. Below are the dates, times, and locations for all the Attendant Care Workers at the festival:
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Barriers To Prepare For

Mental Health

LGBT2Q+ Youthline

Senior Safety Line

Toronto PFLAG Support Line

Assaulted Women’s Helpline

Toronto Distress Centre

Trans Lifeline

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