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In Russia, G20 is another way to say party!

What to celebrate the G20’s last day in Toronto? Join the Russians at Yonge-Dundas Square.

On June 27, the Russian Festival will be kicking off in the centre of the city and its organizers are hoping thousands of foreign guests -- from diplomats to members of the press -- come check it out. Traditional Russian food and drinks – check. Authentic souvenirs – check. Music and dancing – check.

This already sounds way more fun than road closures and security checkpoints.

The festivities begin at 11 a.m.


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