SOURCE: Scotiabank

Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

October 18, 2014 06:30 ET

REPEAT: More Than 26,000 Runners Hit the Streets for the 25th Anniversary of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - October 18, 2014) - Road Closure Notice - Sunday, October 19, 2014

On Sunday, October 19, more than 26,000 elite and recreational runners from over 50 countries will hit the streets for the 25th anniversary edition of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Many of these runners will be fundraising for 173 local and national charities through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge, which aims to raise over $4 million this year. Thousands of spectators are expected to cheer on the runners and walkers along the race route to the finish line at Queen and Bay Streets.

RACE ROUTE CLOSURES FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19

STREET CLOSED SIDE FROM TO CLOSED
FROM
 OPEN 
SUNDAY
Bay St Full Road Dundas St W Queen St W Sat. 12:00 19:00
Hagerman St Full Road Elizabeth St Bay St Sat. 12:00 19:00
Elizabeth St Full Road Dundas St W Hagerman St Sat. 12:00 19:00
Albert St Full Road Bay St Court House Drvwy Sat. 12:00 19:00
University Ave Full Road Dundas St W Front St W Sun. 4:00 11:00
Bay St Full Road Queen St W Lake Shore
Blvd W
 Sun. 4:00 15:30
Armoury St Full Road University Ave Chestnut St Sun. 4:00 16:00
Centre Ave Full Road Dundas St W Armoury St Sun. 4:00 16:00
Chestnut St Full Road Double Tree Hotel Armoury St Sun. 4:00 16:00
Lake Shore
Blvd
 Full Road Windermere Ave Don Roadway Sun. 5:00 13:00
Queen St W Full Road Simcoe St Yonge St Sun. 6:00 11:00
Queen St W Full Road York St Yonge St Sun. 6:00 15:30
Richmond St W Full Road Simcoe St York St Sun. 6:00 11:00
Richmond St W Full Road Sheppard St Yonge St Sun. 6:00 15:30
Adelaide St W Full Road Simcoe St York St Sun. 6:00 11:00
Adelaide St W Full Road Sheppard St Yonge St Sun. 6:00 15:30
York St Full Road Queen St W Richmond
St W
 Sun. 6:00 11:00
Harbour St Full Road Lower Simcoe St Bay St Sun. 6:00 13:00
Bay St Full Road Lake Shore
Blvd W
 Queens Quay Sun. 6:00 13:00
Temperance St Full Road Sheppard St Yonge St Sun. 6:00 15:30
Wellington St Full Road York St Church St Sun. 6:00 15:30
Front St E Eastbound
 Church St Jarvis St
 Sun. 6:00
 15:30
Queens Quay Eastbound Bay St Parliament St Sun. 7:00 13:00
King St W Full Road York St Yonge St Sun. 7:30 15:30
University/
Queens Park
 Full Road Bloor St W Dundas St W Sun. 8:00 10:00
Bloor St W Full Road Bathurst St Bay St Sun. 8:00 10:15
Bathurst St Full Road Bloor St W Lake Shore
Blvd W
 Sun. 8:00 10:45
Fort York Blvd Westbound Lake Shore
Blvd W
 Bathurst St Sun. 8:00 11:00
Cherry St N Full Road Mill St Lake Shore 
Blvd E
 Sun. 8:00
 13:30
Lawren Harris Sq Full Road Lower River St Bayview Ave Sun. 8:00 14:00
Bayview Ave Full Road Rosedale Valley Rd Lawren Harris Sq Sun. 8:00 14:00
Coxwell Ave Northbound Eastern Ave Lake Shore
Blvd E
 Sun. 8:00 15:00
Lake Shore
Blvd E
 Full Road Leslie St Woodbine Ave Sun. 8:00 15:00
Woodbine Ave Full Road Queen St E Lake Shore
Blvd E
 Sun. 8:00
 15:00
Queen St E Full Road
 Woodbine Ave
 Beech Ave
 Sun. 8:00
 15:00
Eastern Ave/
Front St
 Full Road Jarvis St Kingston Rd Sun. 8:00 15:30
           
           

The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon works closely with the City of Toronto, Toronto Police, Toronto Transit Commission and City Councillors to minimize disruptions and inconveniences for Toronto residents.

For more information about road closures and re-openings during race weekend, please visit www.torontowaterfrontmarathon.com/en/faq/faqclosures.htm. For live Canada Running Series information updates on road closures and re-openings during race weekend, tune into 680 News.

About the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon
The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is Canada's premier, national running event, attracting more than 26,000 participants from over 50 countries and aiming to raise over $4 million for 173 local and national charities through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge. www.torontowaterfrontmarathon.com.

About Scotiabank
Scotiabank is a leading financial services provider in over 55 countries and Canada's most international bank. Through Bright Future, our global philanthropic program, Scotiabank and its employees support causes at a grassroots level across six pillars: health, education, social services, arts and culture, environment and sports. Recognized as a leader for our charitable donations and philanthropic activities, Scotiabank has contributed on average $50 million annually over the last five years to community causes around the world. Visit us at www.scotiabank.com.

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