Starting at 1:00 pm at Queen’s Park

Assembly Location: Queen’s Park – In front of the Ontario Legislature Building  (located by Queen’s Park Crescent West & University Avenue)

    • Start Time: 1:00 pm 
    • The March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate will have 4 contingents. Click here to learn more! The graphic below shows the assembly order for the 4 contingents at 1pm.

Assembly Order V4

March Route:

July 5th March Route V2

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  • We will march down University Ave from Queen’s Park
  • Turn left onto Dundas Street
  • Turn left onto Jarvis Street and end at Allan Gardens. 
  • To find out about the March Order, click here

Notes on Accessibility:  

  • Nearest Accessible TTC Stop – Queen’s Park 
    • If you’re taking the Bloor-Danforth Subway line, keep in mind that there will be no service between St. George & Pape stations until noon on July 5th. For more information, visit the TTC website
  • There will be accessibility vehicles that can transport people with reduced mobility the length of the march on hand at Queen’s Park 
  • Other questions about accessibility? Please email cam@350.org 

End Location:  The march will end at Allan Gardens, a park relied on by many homeless and poor people. Through its storied history, it has been a site of struggle between two visions: a heavily-policed space for the exclusive use of the rich, or a vibrant public area for cultural expression, political dissent and recreational use by all. The march organizers stand by the second vision, and insist that a society that abandons its most impoverished people will never respect the environment or sustainably manage natural resources.To learn more about the historical significance of Allan Gardens as a space for political mobilization in the city, click here

    • End of March Celebrations: 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
    • We will end with a community block party to celebrate the end of the March and resilient, just solutions to the climate crisis. Details will be announced soon.

Join the Action

On Sunday July 5, thousands of people will take to the streets of Toronto to call for a just transition from dirty energy into a clean energy future. Sign up here to join the action.