Free admission to various attractions, cancelled Queen's Park party prompt mixed feelings on Canada Day - 2019-07-01

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F182.png Free admission to various attractions, cancelled Queen's Park party prompt mixed feelings on Canada Day July 1, 2019, Desmond Brown, CBC News

Torontonians had mixed feelings as they went about their Canada Day celebrations Monday after Premier Doug Ford's decision to cancel the annual party on the front lawn of the Ontario legislature, while offering free admission to 10 attractions across the province.

Free Canada Day admission was offered to the first 500 people at Ontario Science Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum as well as a number of others across province.

But while many said they welcomed the free admission, some also questioned the wisdom of Ford's decision to axe the traditional celebration.

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{{cite news | first = Desmond | last = Brown | title = Free admission to various attractions, cancelled Queen's Park party prompt mixed feelings on Canada Day | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/reactions-cancellation-canada-day-festivities-1.5196390 | work = CBC News | date = July 1, 2019 | accessdate = July 3, 2019 }}