There’s a zero percent chance you’re going to get into Nathan Phillips Square at this point today.
- 3 downtown subway stations now closed due to overcrowding
- Some idiots climbed on top of the arches at Nathan Phillips Square (PHOTOS)
- People have literally parked their cars on the Gardiner to watch the Raptors parade (PHOTOS)
To help deal with some of the overcrowding in the downtown streets, Yonge-Dundas Square is now projecting the festivities on a massive screen.
So if you’re in the area and had given up hope on getting any good view of the happenings, head to this central hub of the city and get a decent spot while you can.
#TrafficAlertTO Updates to road closures for the @Raptors championship celebration: Yonge Street is closed from Richmond to north of Dundas. Dundas is closed Bay to Church. @YDSquare is now an alternate viewing site. #WeTheNorth #WeTheNorthDay pic.twitter.com/NFrduIZvQ0
— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) June 17, 2019