Capital Pride Parade live video

Watch the parade on Xtra.ca at 1pm ET

Catch the Capital Pride Parade on Sunday, starting at 1pm. The 24th annual Capital Pride Parade has over 75 parade entries and 1,200 participants. The parade attracts over 35,000 people annually and heads down Wellington passing the Supreme Court of Canada and Parliament Hill before turning down Elgin and ending at City Hall.

Looking for something to do in Ottawa this weekend? Check out our online event listings.

Not in Ottawa or can’t make it to the parade? OutTV is broadcasting the parade live online — you can watch their video feed below or on OutTV.ca, starting around 1pm ET on Aug 30.


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