Doug Ford Cancelled Canada Day Celebrations At Queen's Park & Torontonians Are Outraged - 2019-06-21

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F0.png Doug Ford Cancelled Canada Day Celebrations At Queen's Park & Torontonians Are Outraged June 21, 2019, Helena Hanson, Narcity

It has been a dodgy few days for Ontario's Premier, Doug Ford. After announcing a major cabinet reshuffling on Thursday, then hiring and un-hiring several employees within 24 hours after accusations of nepotism, he has now angered Ontarians even more. Doug Ford has cancelled Canada Day celebrations at Queen's Park in Toronto and people are not happy.

The Queen's Park Canada Day celebration has been a tradition for over five decades, with the first event taking place back in 1967. However, it looks like the tradition ends here, as reports from Global News suggest that Doug Ford's government has cancelled the park's front lawn celebrations, in favour of moving Ontarians to other attractions across the province.

According to Global News, it was confirmed by numerous sources that the Ford government decided months ago to cancel the event at Queens Park.

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{{cite news | first = Helena | last = Hanson | title = Doug Ford Cancelled Canada Day Celebrations At Queen's Park & Torontonians Are Outraged | url = https://www.narcity.com/news/ca/on/toronto/doug-ford-cancels-canada-day-celebrations-in-torontos-queens-park-and-people-are-furious | work = Narcity | date = June 21, 2019 | accessdate = September 28, 2019 }}