https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ ... -1.5179508
"Brad Ross, the city's chief communications officer, insisted there were barricades set up along the five-kilometre route to keep the crowds back, but "in their exuberance," a wave of revellers dressed in red, white and black jumped over them.
"They were quickly ignored and people just took to the streets in an attempt to celebrate and be close to the team," he said Tuesday in an interview with CBC Radio's Metro Morning."
Brad Ross, you are a liar.
There were barriers on the east side of university between Wellington and King.
But not on the west.
Hmmm....see what happens when you do not put them on the west side.
Lying sack of crap Brad Ross.
Guess what liar Brad Ross. People on the west side respected the barrier.
I feel for people with no food or water.
I choose to suck it up and was rewarded with a bus and players 6 feet away on the route.
I knew I'd have to choose between parade or NPS.
Very poorly planned. They are very very lucky the small incident was all that happened.