The world will now get a taste of Toronto's famous Pride festivities, after the city won a bid to host the 2014 World Pride event.
World Pride promotes gay, bisexual and transgender issues internationally through parades, festivals and other cultural activities.
The world event will be hosted during Toronto's regular Pride week, but will have extra events including an opening ceremony, a human rights conference, and networking events, as well as Canada Day and U.S. Independence day parties.
Toronto beat out Stockholm with 78 per cent of the ballots in the second round of voting on Sunday.
Pride Toronto organizers say last year's Pride Week infused $136 million into Toronto's economy, created 762 jobs across the province, and drew close to 750,000 tourists for the festivities.
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