Tens of thousands of Raptors fans celebrated peacefully

Tens of thousands of Raptors fans celebrated peacefully

Raptor Fred VanFleet took to Instagram Live to show Toronto fans celebrating the team's first-ever National Basketball Association championship.

There will be big screens, open-air double decker buses for the players, and surely, thousands of crazed fans. The threat to public safety ended as soon as police made arrests, according to Toronto police. Trudeau joined the celebrations at a stage in the square.

The Raptors' championship win last week came in Game 6 of a rollercoaster series that captured national attention.

This is not a drill: Canada is about to celebrate its first-ever NBA Championship title, and things will get insane.

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"It's the culmination of playing for 24 years". Not only do the Raptors want to re-sign Leonard, he just gave them their first championship in franchise history.

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First they went to Las Vegas to celebrate and then on Monday they partied with fans in Toronto at one of the longest victory parades you'll hopefully ever see. They are still looking for another person of interest who allegedly left the scene of the shooting. He had been waiting since morning to watch the parade.

Lowe also asked Nurse about what the most pivotal moments were for him during the regular season, personally, and he picked two.

The parade will start at 10 a.m.at Exhibition Place and travel along Lakeshore Blvd.to York St. before heading north to University Ave. and Armoury St. and ending at Nathan Phillips Square. Several nearby subway stations are closed because of overcrowding. He was seen wearing a black sweater with a red and yellow design, black trousers, and a black head covering.

The parade route ends in a square outside City Hall, where police have begun to lift those seeking safety over barricades to help them escape the crush.

"This victory is also for the passionate Toronto Raptors fans, who are the best in the league and filled Jurassic Parks in Toronto and across the country". The mayor, dressed in his now-famous black-and-gold Raptors blazer, urged all fans to celebrate the team's historic win.

City of Toronto staff were given the option, when possible, of going to the game, without having to use vacation time, said spokeswoman Christina Barnes.

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