TORONTO (July 2, 2016) – On Sunday July 3, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), Canadian Football League (CFL), You Can Play Project (YCP) along with over 100 athletes and sports leaders, will march under the #OneTeam banner in the Toronto 2016 Pride Parade. 

An official media availability will be held at The 519 at 1p.m. with athletes and representatives from sport organizations marching under the #OneTeam banner.

Media Availability 
Sunday July 3, 2016
1:00 p.m. EDT – 2:00 p.m. EDT

Pride Parade starts at 2 p.m. EDT
The 519
519 Church Street
Toronto, ON

Parade starts on the corner of Bloor Street and Church Street
Toronto, ON
Parade Route:
Therese Brisson, Nagano 1998, Salt Lake City 2002, Ice Hockey, Vice President, COC Board of Directors
Anastasia Bucsis, Sochi 2014, Speed Skating
Rosie Cossar, London 2012, Artistic Gymnastics 
Vincent Lavoie, Gymnastics 
Vicky Leblanc, Softball
Eric Mitchell, Vancouver 2010, Ski Jump
Karen Sagle, Curling
Mark Tewksbury, Three-time Olympic medallist, Swimming
Patrick Burke, Co-Founder, You Can Play Project
Jeffrey L. Orridge, CFL Commissioner
Chris Overholt, CEO, COC
Brian Bulcke, Toronto Argos 
Connor Taras, 2011 Pan American Games, Kayak
John Epping, Curling
Daren Millard, Sportsnet

Paulo Senra

Director, Communications, Canadian Football League

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