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Officers won’t enforce pay parking on Labour Day: Toronto police

Last Updated Sep 2, 2017 at 5:42 pm EDT

A man pays for street parking at a Toronto Parking Authority meter on April 18, 2017. CITYNEWS

Toronto police say they won’t be issuing tickets for some street parking bylaws on Labour Day Monday.

This includes parking meters, rush-hour routes and signs for bylaws normally enforced Monday to Friday. All other areas and parking offences — including no stopping, no standing and parking in front of a fire hydrant — will be enforced.

The city says the bylaws do apply on holidays, but the parking enforcement unit can choose whether to enforce them.

“Payment for parking is required 365 days a year,” the city says on its website.

“There is no exemption from the requirement to pay for on-street machines and meters on statutory holidays, however Toronto Police have the discretion to enforce the payment requirement.”


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