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June 28, 2005
Parking by-law enforcement for the Canada Day holiday
The City of Toronto and the Toronto Police Service would like to remind
motorists to park lawfully and watch time limits at pay and display machines on
the Canada Day holiday,
July 1.

Most City parking bylaws remain in effect on statutory holidays with the
exception of bylaws that prohibit street parking during normal rush-hour
periods (7 a.m. - 10 a.m., and 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., Monday to Friday). Vehicles
parked with expired parking receipts at pay and display machines and in areas
where parking is prohibited may be ticketed pursuant to City of Toronto bylaws.

This reminder comes as part of the City of Toronto and the Toronto Police
Service’s effort to urge motorists to park responsibly, to ensure community
safety and to allow customer turnover at local businesses. Motorists in the
city are encouraged to use ‘Green P’ municipal off-street parking lots as a
convenient, alternative choice for longer-term parking.

For more information on the Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement Unit and
‘Green P’ municipal off-street parking lots visit and

Media contacts:

Maurice Anderson
Toronto Parking Authority

Cindy Bromley
Finance Communications Manager

Superintendent Gary Ellis
Toronto Police Service

Anthony Fabrizi
Water & Parking Tags Manager



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