Nearly 80,000 people took part in Sikh day parade

Toronto turned into a sea of colourful turbans as an estimated 85,000 people took part in the annual Khalsa Day parade marking the beginning of the Sikh new year. No one went hungry. Hundreds of people lining the route offered free food and drink to all passersby — an act known as

Hundreds of people were lining up throughout the route, who offered free food and drink to the people passing by.

The parade had begun at Exhibition Place and ended at Nathan Phillips Square.